Submitted by Debby Walters

BALDWIN, WI – Pickleball is a fun, easy-to-learn game for all ages and abilities.  It is played on a badminton-sized court with a low net, paddles and a perforated ball, much like a whiffle ball.  It is similar to tennis, badminton, and ping pong. It’s an easy to learn game that is a lot of fun to play.

This January, space is reserved at the Baldwin-Woodville High School in the south gym for pickleball at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesdays, January 9 and 16.  Come and be introduced to the game.  Equipment will be available for you to use. If there is enough interest, we’ll try to continue in the evening throughout the winter but may have to adjust the time depending on gym availability.

If you have questions about the evenings at the high school, contact Debby Walters at 715-698-2981.  If you are already familiar with pickleball and want to play on a regular basis, the Baldwin area group plays on Monday, Wednesday and Friday mornings upstairs at the hockey rink.  Play begins at 8.