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Join us for some Family Fun!

THE WEEKEND AFTER LABOR DAY!

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*New this year to Prescott Daze*
Pickleball Tournament

Saturday, September 10th - Public Square Park

8 - 9 am: Group 1 - Free “Intro to Pickleball” clinic and play time  

9 -11 am: Group 2 - Social mixer starts, recreational levels 2.0 – 3.0

11 am - 1 pm: Group 3 - Competitive levels 3.5 and above

 

Where:     Public Square Park courts, by the Middle School

 

Cost:    $20 per person for tournament players

 

Register:  Choose an option below using the Prescott Community Ed website:

•  To pay by credit card:  Click link below, add to cart, enter info in fields with an *, create user name/password, answer pickleball questions, add payment info and click SUBMIT.

•  To pay by check:  Click link below, select mail-in option, print form, fill out and mail in with your check.

•  Beginners:  No need to register or pay. Just come to the courts at 8 am for the clinic and play time. Then stay to watch the tournament and mingle!

 

Join us for a fun, co-ed social mixer for Prescott’s newest sport. Our pickleball event is structured for everyone -- beginner, recreational and competitive players. We’ll have a beginners clinic and then a tournament with recreational and competitive brackets. Tournament participants register as individuals and rotate to play with several partners.  Spend the morning meeting new people and enjoying the game! 

 

If you’re new to pickleball, come for the beginners’ clinic and play time. Or contact Prescott Pickleball at prescottwipball@gmail.com for other lessons or clinics this summer.

 

DEADLINE TO REGISTER:  TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 6TH

 

HAVE QUESTIONS?

Penny Peterson, Community Ed Director, 715-262-4676

Patty Reuter, Prescott Pickleball Group, 612-414-8855

 

Proceeds go to the Prescott Pickleball group to continue expanding pickleball options in our community.  Prescott Pickleball is organized under Prescott Community Education. We promote open play times, lessons and social activities while cultivating an environment that encourages camaraderie, exercise, good sportsmanship, safe play, and fun.