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    • 01 Jun 2024
    • 5:45 PM - 11:00 PM
    • Play at: BIRCHMOUNT COMMUNITY CENTRE 93 Birchmount Rd. *** Apres at: THE HIDEOUT 2282 Queen St E
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    If you missed NTSC pickleball this past October, now is your chance to play!

    Our hosts and certified coaches, Kim Hines and Sarah Graham from Paddles Up Pickle Ball, have organized our very own NTSC Pickleball Tournament.  All skill levels are welcome.

    The evening starts at Birchmount Community Centre, where you will brandish a Pickleball Paddle during two hours of great tournament fun.  Following the games, we'll pack up the paddles and take a short drive to The Hideout, where we've reserved the 2nd floor for NTSC Picklers to enjoy some pub snacks and game recap.

    Due to limited time, sign up will close on May 30, 11:59 PM.



    93 Birchmount Rd., between Danforth & Kingston Rd.

    TTC bus available from Main Station 


    The Hideout, at 2282 Queen St E

    If you get to Pickleball by TTC, we'll do our best to match players with cars and space to those who need a lift to the Hideout.

    DATE:  JUNE 1, 2024              

    CHECK-IN TIME: 5:45 PM

    PLAY TIME:  6:00 PM TO 8:00 PM 

    APRES TIME:  8:15 PM TO 11:00 PM

    BRING/WEAR:  Court/running shoes, a Paddle (if you have one), water bottle; gym clothes, and a change of clothes

    GAME FORMAT:   If all players have some experience, we will use 6 courts in a round robin type of tournament (where everyone plays with someone different) for each game.  Games will run for 10 minutes, players will have a 10 minute break, play again for another 10 minutes, repeat until we end.

    If some of the players have minimal or no experience, we will dedicate one court for quick instruction with the goal of getting them into the tournament by the third game.

    APRES:  A short, 4km drive to The Hideout, at 2282 Queen St E An assortment of appetizers, including chicken wings, fries, veggies and dip, hummus, cheese & crackers will be served to all courtesy of Paddles Up.

    Other food and drinks are your responsibility.

    Space restrictions limit apres only registration to an additional 22 spots.    The cost covers snacks being provided for all attendees.  Exceptions will not be made.

    PARKING:   Plenty at Birchmount. The Hideout has street parking and side street parking.  

    What is pickleball?

    "Pickleball is a sport that combines elements of tennis, ping pong, and badminton into one family-friendly game. It can be played singles or doubles on a court that looks like a tennis court but is much smaller. Instead of tennis rackets, you use paddles and a plastic ball."

    Here are a few videos to learn from and laugh along with.

    • 13 Jun 2024
    • 6:00 PM - 10:30 PM
    • Trillium Park Fire Pit, 955 Lake Shore Blvd W
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    Escape the city for the evening! Enjoy the lengthening daylight hours on a warm summer's night on our beautiful Lake Ontario shoreline.  Bring your laughter, your tales, and your appetite for s’more. We're even going to have a crackling fire to bring you that cottage vibe.


    The fire pit at Trillium Park, located on the east side of Ontario PlaceFollow the trail from the entrance and remain by the waterside until you get to the firepit.


    The park has a limit for the fire pit. We have to play by the rules!

    You are welcome to attend in other general areas that are nearby the pit. Join the waitlist so we know who you are and have S'Mores for you too.  

    DATE:  Thurs., June 13

    TIME:   6:00 pm - 10:30 pm

    BRING:  Folding chair, picnic or warming blanket, water, snack for sharing, hand sanitizer, etc. 


    Snacks and non-alcoholic refreshments are allowed.  Personal containers, responsible behaviour and discretion is otherwise asked of you.  

    Furry friends on a handheld leash that is six feet or shorter are welcome.


    Bring some games (frisbee, badminton), playing cards, or a guitar to sing-along. There is green space in the general area.

    Making S'Mores (ingredients supplied by NTSC).


    Hoping we don't have to make that call. We'll keep an eye on the radar.  


    Vehicle Access

    Enter via Remembrance Drive and make a left heading east towards Parking Lot P2. From P2 head to the northeast corner to Lake Shore Blvd pedestrian path; then head south through Inukshuk Park towards Remembrance Drive, where you'll make a right, then follow the path west along the water to the Trillium Park entrance.

    Pedestrian or Bicycle Access

    Access from the Martin Goodman Trail.


    Check your apps; Strachan seems to be the closest stop. 

    Site Map

    Parking, trail access markers, washrooms, and the fire pit are shown below.

    Email with any questions. 


2024 hemingways pub night Photos submitted by Johnny RUpAni

2024 Marlies game Photos submitted by jessica hallman

2023 holiday party Photos submitted by jessica hallman

2023 Cookie Exchange  Photos submitted by FRank wood

2023 Start Out Bash photos suBmitted by johnny rupani and frank wood

2023 Halloween

2023 PickelBall

2023 oktoberfest Toronto


2023 Beach and paddle Day


2023 TFC Game

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