Hello all Members and potential Members of the Woodstock Badminton Club! If you haven't already done so, please check out our weekly scheduled times and plan to come out and play a great game. It's fun for the whole family! All you need is a pair of indoor running or court shoes and we supply the rest. Memberships can be purchased anytime and are good for the day, or one full year from the date of purchase (best value). See you there!

April 2022

 

Sunday April 24 was the day for the More is Les Fun Pickleball Tournament at the Woodstock Badminton Club.  This annual tournament was first started in 2018 after long-time badminton and pickleball member Les Ficzere died in December 2017. 
The tournament was played in 2018 and 2019 but was postponed in 2020 and 2021 due to the pandemic.  In the past, this afternoon tournament saw pickleball players come out for some friendly competition that included pizza at the end. 
 

Winners: 

Cino Commisso and John Kupisz

Runner ups: 

Nancy Alway and Josh Hatzenbuhler

Thank you to John MacDonald and company for organizing this event.

 

Fall 2020/Winter 2021

Rennovations on the outer outside wall as well as the downstairs locker room areas were completed.  New drywall and a fresh coat of paint improved the lower level of the club.

Saturday September 28, 2019

 

Sunday March 3, 2019

Woodstock Recreation Show at Cowan Park

 

Sunday January 27, 2019

The Les is More Friendly Pickleball Tournament at the Woodstock Badminton Club was a success.  Thanks John MacDonald for organizing this event!  Everyone enjoyed pizza and we raised some of money that has purchased 15 pickleballs for court use!

 

 

 

May 2016 

The 3rd and final Pickleball and Pies tournament was held at the Woodstock Badminton Club in May 2016 and raised $4,050.00 in support of Ronald McDonald House Charities Toronto thanks to Marg Johnson, her team, and all the participants and their friends.This was a really fun team tournament organized by Marg, the grandmother of Aleeda who was born with Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome in 2012. She recovered from 3 surgeries and is now a healthy, happy, active 4- year- old who honoured the attendees with her presence, smile, and stickers which she stuck on just about everyone. Aleeda's mom,Tania, stayed at RMHC Toronto for a total of 527 days during the wait for Aleeda's heart transplant. The money raised will go directly to RMHC Toronto to help other families. The Shoe Fly Pie Team won over the Twinkle Pie, Grasshopper Pie, and Cheeseburger Picklepie, but overall, we all won because of the fun we had playing and meeting different players from the Windsor, Hamilton, London, Woodstock, Whitby, and Bowmanville areas; enjoying the abundance of snack foods, cold drinks, subs, and pies that were generously donated by Al and Alice Schut of The Pie Place,Embro; and participating in the raffle and Silent Auction while taking part in an excellently organized and fun, timed tournament. Please see the photos in the Gallery, especially the ones of Aleeda and her family.

 

Email: info@woodstockpickleball.ca