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Aloha! Looking for a fun way to get healthy? Join us for a game of pickleball! This sport is a cross-over of ping-pong, badminton and tennis. It's SUPER easy to learn that anyone can play for a lifetime. No prior skills required. Come see for yourself why it's the fastest growing sport in the U.S.

Finding Places to Play is easy as 1-2-3.

Mobile APP version:

1. Click "See all Meetups." Scroll to view Upcoming or Past Meetups.

2. Check for skill level of open-play: Beginner, Novice, Intermediate, Advanced or All Levels.

3. Read details for directions and contact information.

Desktop version:

1. Click "See All" located on the right margin. Scroll to view Meetups. For a month view, click "Calendar" in the righthand corner above the first Meetup posting.

2. Check for skill level of open-play: Beginner, Novice, Intermediate, Advanced or All Levels.

3. Read details for directions and contact information.

JOIN our Meetup and never miss out on playing pickleball again! It's free to join and when you do, please take a moment to introduce yourself and to tell us if you have played pickleball.

Be sure to RSVP even if there's a remote chance you'll make a Meetup. If I'm like you, I'm more likely to go to an event if there are others going. Don't get discouraged if there are no RSVPs for more than likely there will be players going.

Note, in the spirit of our mission, we ask that you refrain from the promotion of any products or business in your introduction. We formed this Meetup with the "soul" purpose of connecting pickleball players and for the pure enjoyment of the sport.

Two more things before you go that will help you on your way to pickleball happiness...be sure to check our main website, https://OahuPickleballAssociation.org for we have "choke" resources such as where to find public pickleball courts where you may setup your own net; our most recent class and tournament schedule; pickleball activities and events around the island; and so much more! Lastly, "like us" on https://facebook.com/oahupickleballassociation for we want to remain in-touch with you.

Pickle-on and Pickleball Together!

Mahalo!

Donna

Email: info@oahupickleballassociation.org

Phone: 808-351-1567

Oahu Pickleball Association is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization. Our mission is to PROMOTE and GROW pickleball. We would appreciate hearing from you for any feedback and ideas that would make our pickleball community the best ever!

We invite you to read our Value Statement of Aloha, https://OahuPickleballAssociation.org/about/opas-values-of-aloha , for it's our hope we speak the same language in the way we approach community development through pickleball. After all, you're at the heart of what we do, and we want to do well by each and everyone of you.

Upcoming events (5)

DROP-IN PLAY - Mililani Pickleball

Mililani Neighborhood Park

Limited to twenty five (25) persons or less playing together. Pau.
More details: Governor David Ige COVID-19 Emergency Rule No. 15 and https://www.honolulu.gov/parks.html
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Skill: All levels (First-timers should do a clinic first, see below) Courts: (3) pickleball courts Equipment: "BYOP" Bring your own paddle. If you do not have a paddle, please contact Jason[masked]. Balls provided. Closed-toe shoes and water required. Bring a chair for the shaded area, but we don't suppose you'll be sitting for long! Bathroom facilities are available. Clinics: Free First-timer clinics are held nearby on Monday Evenings and Wednesday Mornings with advance registration at a nearby location. Please contact Jason Fujinaka[masked] for more information. ***Please be sure to RSVP via meetup to receive comments, updates, and cancellation notices.*** Contact: Dick Poirier[masked] for Tues/Thurs

DROP-IN PLAY -Asing Community Park - One to four Courts

91-1450 Renton Rd

Limited to twenty five (25) persons or less playing together. Pau.
More details: Governor David Ige COVID-19 Emergency Rule No. 15 and https://www.honolulu.gov/parks.html
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Skill: Levels - ALL
Courts: (1-4) pickleball court on existing volley ball courts and basketball court. One to four nets will be provided.
Equipment: "BYOP" Bring your own paddle. Usually have loaner paddles. Lights: not needed. Closed-toe shoes required. Bring a chair, but we don't suppose you'll be sitting for long! Bring water, too. Come out even if you can't be there the entire time. Contact: Vicky (808)[masked]

DROP-IN PLAY - Diamond Head Tennis Center

Diamond Head Tennis Center

Limited to twenty five (25) persons or less playing together. Pau.
More details: Governor David Ige COVID-19 Emergency Rule No. 15 and https://www.honolulu.gov/parks.html

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Skill: All levels Courts: (1) dedicated paddle tennis/pickleball court. Option to setup (2) portable nets for pickleball on each tennis court #8 & 9 on a first-come first serve basis to players waiting on the benches nearby the clocks for each court. These two courts have blended lines for tennis and pickleball. Equipment: "BYOP" Bring your own paddle and balls. Closed-toe shoes required. Contact: Annette Cottle, cell phone:[masked]

DROP-IN PLAY - Petrie Community Park

Petrie Community Park

Limited to twenty five (25) persons or less playing together. Pau.
More details: Governor David Ige COVID-19 Emergency Rule No. 15 and https://www.honolulu.gov/parks.html
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We would love to hear from you if you wish to help with open-play. For those who have their own nets or has permission to use OPA's equipment, you're more than welcome to stay longer. Quiet time and lights out at 9:50pm.
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Skill: ALL Courts: (3) pickleball courts on existing outdoor volleyball court. Equipment: "BYOP" Bring your own paddle. If you do not have a paddle, we got your back! We have a few loaners. Balls provided. Lights: Bright and well-lit Closed-toe shoes required. Bring a chair, but we don't suppose you'll be sitting for long! Bring water, too. Come out even if you can't be there the entire time. Street parking. Contact: Kevin Ching,[masked]

Past events (6,560)

SUSPENDED DROP-IN PLAY - Halawa District Park

Halawa Pickleball Courts

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