15 hours ago
If you are thinking of heading to Cornwall this morning, please note that there was a mix-up at the park department and a couple of the pickleball courts are currently wet because they started to pressure wash them instead of tennis courts. It's going to be warm, so they should dry out... And they are NOW going to pressure wash the tennis courts, so that painting of the pickleball lines for the portable nets can start tomorrow. Thanks you for your continued patience. It is is challenging for us all. ... See MoreSee Less
1 day ago
If you aren't already aware, you might find it interesting to know that this Friday May 24th, the 2019 U.S. Open Pickleball Championship games from Naples Florida will be airing on CBS Sports
Local times are:
4pm Mixed Pro Doubles
5pm Men's Pro Doubles
6pm Women's Pro Doubles
On Xfinity/Comcast it's channel 663. It's probably also possible to watch it via Apple TV, Fire or Amazon TV, etc.
See you on the courts! ... See MoreSee Less
2 days ago
Cornwall courts are currently wet, and suitable only for those who don't mind a bit of a slip & slide game. They will likely dry out as the day progresses.
Tomorrow they should be dry and playable. The tennis court area might be unplayable through Thursday due to plans to start marking, taping, & painting the additional pickleball lines there (dependent on a variety of factors).
Thank you for your continued patience & support.
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3 days ago
FYI, it's wet at Cornwall. ... See MoreSee Less
5 days ago
Urgent Cornwall Info!
David May will be at the courts Saturday morning starting at 8:15am to try to clean up the mess left by the fencing contractor that we discovered (in horror) very late this afternoon. If you can, please come help out with household-type brooms, push brooms, dust pans, blowers, vacuums etc. The perimeters of all the courts are a mess with dust, sand, and gravel from the fence post construction, so protective eye-wear etc isn't a bad idea either. Cardboard boxes could come in handy too for collecting debris.
Then playing games can take place, but use care & caution! Games can also take place on the tennis court areas though some spots could use some sweeping or blowing.
So hopefully see you in the morning, and/or on Sunday evening for the Cornwall Planning Meeting & Potluck @ 5/6pm. ... See MoreSee Less
Peter will be there... lightweight gloves could be useful.. We will also re string chalk and then spray chalk as many courts as we can in the afternoon