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Join us to Play Pickleball indoors in Gloucester Township at the Recreation Center.

Pickleball is a combination of ping pong, tennis, and badminton. The court is about 1/3 the size of a tennis court and you use a paddle and a whiffle type ball to hit over a 34" net. Games can be social or competitive. Pickleball is good exercise and a ton of fun! Dress comfortable and wear sneakers. Paddles and balls are provided for those who need them. Selkirk and Paddletek brand paddles are also available to purchase at a discount.

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Competitive Intermediate Pickleball

Gloucester Township Recreation Center

You've got your game tuned up and you're looking for some competitive action in a fun environment. Join us for Intermediate Pickleball 9am every Friday. Now there are 6 indoor courts. Players at the 3.0 to 3.5 level should know the rules, scoring and etiquette of the game, understand court coverage and have mastered the basic shots of the game. First game winners stay and split. Losers sit. After that everyone plays two games, win or lose. Line up paddles on bench and return to courts in order. Please sign up for just one Session. If you RSVP and can not come, change your RSVP to NO as soon as possible. You can do this right up until the meetup starts. If you don't show up when there is a waiting list, your name will be removed from the players list next time you sign up. You can help cover cost of balls, nets, Meetup. $1.00 Donation at door. What to bring Pickleball Paddle and court shoes Visit USAPA.org for more information on Pickleball. Call Denise Donald with any questions or if you want to purchase a Selkirk or Paddletek paddle at 10% off MSRP. [masked]

Beginner, Advanced Beginner and Social Pickleball

Gloucester Township Recreation Center

Learn to play, improve your skills and enjoy playing pickleball in a social environment. Everyone is invited. Friday from Noon to 2pm. Beginner Instruction is offered from Noon to 1pm. Now there are 6 indoor courts. Social Play: First game winners stay and split. Losers sit. After that everyone plays two games, win or lose. Line up paddles on bench and return to courts in order. Please sign up for just one Session. If you RSVP and can not come, change your RSVP to NO as soon as possible. You can do this right up until the meetup starts. If you don't show up when there is a waiting list, your name will be removed from the players list next time you sign up. You can help cover cost of balls, nets, Meetup. $1.00 Donation at door. What to bring - Court Shoes, a paddle if you have one. There are a few extra paddles in the box if you need one. Visit USAPA.org for more information on Pickleball. Call Denise Donald with any questions or if you want to purchase a Selkirk or Paddletek paddle at 10% off MSRP. [masked]

Open Pickleball at Atkinson Park

James G. Atkinson Memorial Park Pickleball

Open play on all courts. 4 lined courts with portable nets. Bring your own paddles and balls. No chairs are permitted on the courts. This meetup is on a repeating schedule weather permitting. Two courts for advanced play, two courts intermediate/beginners (court use will vary depending on level of participants). As a courtesy and for safety reasons do not walk behind courts while balls are in play and keep the noise (aka pickleball glee) to a minimum. See you at Atkinson!

Open Pickleball at Atkinson Park

James G. Atkinson Memorial Park Pickleball

Open play on all courts. 4 lined courts with portable nets. Bring your own paddles and balls. No chairs are permitted on the courts. This meetup is on a repeating schedule weather permitting. Two courts for advanced play, two courts intermediate/beginners (court use will vary depending on level of participants). As a courtesy and for safety reasons do not walk behind courts while balls are in play and keep the noise (aka pickleball glee) to a minimum. See you at Atkinson!

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Open Pickleball at Atkinson Park

James G. Atkinson Memorial Park Pickleball

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