Neighbors of the pickle ball courts at Cristiano Park are fed up. The sport’s outsized popularity is drawing players to Lyon Ave in Chickahominy, which is a dead end where on street parking is allowed. Continue Reading →
On March 18th, the Town of Greenwich Parks & Recreation Department placed signs at the entrance of Loughlin Park Tennis Courts indicating these courts are now “Pickleball Only.” After phone calls and emails by many individuals, the signs came down a few days later. Continue Reading →
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Monday night’s BET public hearing on the capital budget and American Recovery Plan Act spending will largely be remembered for the groups who championed or opposed specific projects. Continue Reading →
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Greenwich Recreation is excited to host the 3rd annual pickleball round robin on Saturday, April 1, 2017. Pickleball is an exciting and popular racquet sport that is a combination of badminton, ping pong, and tennis. The round robin offers players in Greenwich and other local communities an opportunity to have friendly competition on 3 regulation courts at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center. The round robin this year will consist of 28 teams total; 14 women’s teams and 14 men’s teams.
Teams may submit registration starting Tuesday, February 21 to the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center (90 Harding Road, Old Greenwich). Registration forms are available at the Eastern Greenwich Civic Center, Greenwich Parks and Recreation Office, and downloadable online at www.greenwichct.org. Continue Reading →
Pickleball caught on in the US after a weekend in the 1960s when a Seattle congressman needed to entertain his family and only had a wiffle ball, paddle tennis paddles, and a badminton court. According to some sources, the family didn’t have a ball so they borrowed the ball of the family dog, “Pickle.” Continue Reading →