Pickle Ball  is played on a badminton-size court with the net about the height of a tennis net. We play singles or doubles, depending on the number of people who come.  Each person uses a paddle a bit bigger than a ping pong paddle and a wiffle ball. The rules are similar to ping pong.  It’s not a strenuous game and we’re there mostly for the fun.


Please wear safety glasses when playing pickle ball.  If you do not wear glasses, please consider purchasing a pair of safety glasses.  They are available through local sports shops.   Your eyesight is very important!


Pickleball players have been active over the summer, with outdoor play at Tolmie Park on Monday afternoons and indoor play at Commonwealth Place on Tuesday afternoons.  A highlight was a series of clinics at Tolmie Park conducted by a Guest Coach who provided excellent instruction on more advanced strategies and skills.


Regular Sessions – until further notice

Tuesday – 1:45- 3:45 pm.   Pickleball at Commonwealth Rec Centre   ($3 per session).  Please note that during Spring Break (March 20th  and 27th) sessions will be from 4:15 – 6:15 pm.



Free Beginner Pickleball  Lessons

Wednesday, 5:30 – 6:30 – March 7 and 14th at the Cordova Bay Elementary School Gym.  If you know of someone who would like to learn, please direct them to these sessions.  Deadline for registration will be February 22nd.   Please register through the Office.  Also, if you would be willing to help with these lessons, please contact Ed Bancroft or Ted Dobie.





For further information on the Pickle Ball Group, please contact Ed Bancroft at 250-380-2411.



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