RSVP'S-YES ONLY-NO RSVP'S NOT NEEDED FOR THIS EVENT!
This is a multi-group monthly event which gets around 25 - 40 other members w/all playing levels coming out to play w/us.
Did you know that Ping Pong is the #1 Brain game along w/Aerobic, Cardio, Fun & Social benefits? Yes, its true! Something so easy & fun to play has all these mind & body benefits for us. So many people tell me that they are tired of the bar scene, but yet when an opportunity comes along to meet people in a new & different situation nobody is really interested. Oh well, typical guys & girls!
Did you know that Ping Pong is the upcoming sport in NYC @ Byrant Park & Beekman Beach Club? Yes! Do you remember playing at camp or with the family downstairs in your basement or friends? Come out & join us Wednesday, Sept. 19th - 7:00-10:00 PM to play some fun singles & doubles w/people on all levels from beginners - experts. This is the 4th meetup this year & all of them have been very successful & lots of fun.
Come out & Raise your Glass of your favorite beverage (Beer, Wine - Red & White, Lemonade, Bottled Water) along w/healthy & non-healthy snacks like Cheese & Crackers, Grapes, Peanut Butter Sandwiches on Whole Wheat, Healthy Nuts & Chips, Popcorn & more!
This event is only $15 in cash for three hours of unlimited ping pong including a private room w/ping pong tables for us to play along w/regular tables & chairs for us to socialize w/drinks & snacks included.
If you get tired of playing you can go outside the room & check out the pro's & champs that come here to play from 25 countries. This place is a haven for Ping Pong players. A new state-of-the-art-facility just opened up in May, 2011 to give Westchester & Ct players a place to come to play. It is a large air-conditioned space. Please wear some comfortable clothes along w/your sneakers. You can change & even use the showers in the locker rooms.
The founder & owner is Will Shortz, crossword editor of the NY Times. The manager is Robert Roberts, three-time table tennis champion of the Caribbean & one of the top players in the US.
The Westchester Table Tennis Ctr. is 37 minutes from Grand Central Station, 5 good size walking blocks from the train station in Pleasantville. Conveniently located off the Saw Mill River Pkwy both N & S. Check train & bus schedules!
www.mapquest.com for directions
You have to go under a small one lane tunnel & make a quick lefthand turn onto Tompkins Ave - go straight for a few blocks & you will see large parking lot & beige bldg on your righthand side go to next street w/V & make righthand turn along parking lot up 50 ft. make righthand turn into lot & see bldg. Westchester Table Tennis - it is a little tricky!
Go to end of parking lot & make righthand turn onto next street go 50 ft. up the street & quick righthand turn into parking lot & you will see Westchester Table Tennis entrance - This is a little tricky!