https://www.reddeeradvocate.com/sports/video-players-flock-from-across-north-america-to-red-deer-pickleball-open/ VIDEO: Players flock from across North America to Red Deer Pickleball Open BYRON HACKETT - Aug. 9, 2019 Less than ideal August weather did not hold competitors back from the annual Red Deer Pickleball Open. With the new courts open and ready for action, close to 400 players packed the courts Friday for

Pickleball funding sent to budget talks, in Grand Prairie, Alberta

Highlights from city council’s Monday meeting Grande Prairie city council met Monday. Pickleball funding sent to budget talks Council voted in favour of sending discussions about funding for a permanent home for pickleball to fall budget talks. The tennis courts at Legion Field have been identified as a possible permanent home for the sport. Those

Pickleball courts open in Red Deer, Alberta

https://edmonton.ctvnews.ca/pickleball-courts-open-in-red-deer-1.4484041 Twenty new pickleball courts were unveiled at Motorworks Fields in Red Deer on Wednesday. Angie Mellen, CTV News Red Deer - June 26, 2019 The Red Deer pickleball community will now have a new space to play. On Tuesday, 20 new courts were unveiled at Motorworks Fields, making it one of the largest pickleball

Photo pack: Canadian Pickleball championship

Ian MacAlpine - Published on: June 28, 2019 Joe Willemsen of Brooks, Alberta, competes against Robert Rotaru of Waterloo during the open men's singles event at the Canadian Pickleball Championships at the Invista Centre on Friday, June 28, 2019. Rotaru won the match two games to none. Ian MacAlpine/The Whig-Standard/Postmedia Network

Pickleheads continue growth in 2019

Traditionally, the majority of members fell in the 55 and older age range, but Jones said the club has seen an influx in the younger generation. Josh Thomas Published on: May 18, 2019 | Last Updated: May 17, 2019 5:15 PM EDT Cindy Burton returns a ball while teammate Wayne Hackner looks on

Alberta, Canada, Pickleball Shootout

DIDSBURY-OLDS -Several communities in Mountain View County have drop-in pickleball at schools and recreation centres throughout the year. Those events are usually fairly laid-back with people coming out for fun and socialization as well as some exercise. For the more competitive types, there are a number of tournaments throughout the province,