Posted Friday, February 14, 2020 3:30 pm By Mike Cook The Las Cruces Symphony Orchestra (LCSO) will feature some unique elements during its pops concert this weekend in Atkinson Recital Hall in the New Mexico State University Music Building, 1075 N. Horseshoe.Maestro Lonnie Klein and the orchestra will be joined by the
Michael McDevitt, Las Cruces Sun-News - Feb. 1, 2020Buy PhotoLandscape architect Norma Oder helps attendees lay out where they ideally want fields and sport courts to go at an East Mesa Public Recreation Complex public meeting Jan. 30, 2020. (Photo: Michael McDevitt/Sun-News)LAS CRUCES — In putting together the design for a
https://blog.pickleballcentral.com/2019/12/03/local-pickleball-guide-albuquerque-new-mexico/ Growing Pickleball by LauraAlbuquerque has some of the largest dedicated pickleball court facilities across the country, and best of all, they’re mostly free! This desert jewel hosted the National Senior Games at the Manzano Mesa courts in June 2019, and now you can enjoy playing in the same location at your leisure. The largest
Hannah Grover, Farmington Daily Times, July 27, 2019Farmington, Bloomfield and San Juan College have pickleball courts. Here is a brief description of the growing sport.FARMINGTON — The City of Farmington plans to spend nearly $69,000 to transform the tennis courts at Brookside Park into pickleball courts.“Instead of having three
Dianne L. Stallings, Ruidoso News, July 23, 2019 Pickleball advocates push for dedicated pickleball courts, citing the sport's big benefits for Ruidoso. Dianne L Stallings, Ruidoso NewsCourts offer sports for all ages and skill setsTo accommodate the growing interest in pickleball and the continuing dedication to tennis, a new complex opened
The sport of Pickleball has become the newest sport that is picking up interest across the country. The sport is a mix between tennis and badminton. There are a number of individuals playing the sport here in New Mexico.Content retrieved from: https://www.krwg.org/post/living-here-pickleball.
Last weekend, I played in the second annual Aaron Gifford Memorial Pickleball Tournament.It was fun. Met many enjoyable people from 11 different states, on two beautiful New Mexico spring days, and ran around a lot. Healthy exercise, and a chance for local pickleballers to play with referees and strict rule,