to Boston Area MA and Southern NH Badminton Clubs
This is the latest info, updated 27-Feb-13.
The Winter/Spring Season started on 7-Jan-13 and 9-Jan-13. It will continue though 17-Jun-13 (skipping 15-Apr-13 and 27-May-13) and 12-Jun-13 (skipping 13-Mar-13 and 16-Apr-13). With 6 courts, this club can accommodate more players.
This club continues to play Monday and Wednesday nights. All ability levels are welcome. Hours are 7:00 - 9:30 p.m.
Preregistration for the 2013 Winter/Spring Season has been encouraged.
There is significant savings for those who preregister or register
and pay on the first night. The season consists of 20 nights of play and
it costs $150, with dicounts for students and families.
Drop-in rates are $10 for an adult or $8 for a student.
Ask the Recreation Department for family drop-in rates.
Further details, registration, and costs are available at the
Carlisle Recreation Web site at:
Now in its 11th year, those persons who come for even one night tend to come back again and again due to the sense of community and healthy supportive challenge fostered by members of the program. "We even say excuse me when you are hit by a smash!!"
The recreation staff coordinates this program. The program facilitator is Doug Deyoe at email@example.com.
This activity is held from 7:00 to 9:30 p.m. at the Carlisle, MA Public School in the Corey Building gym. This is at 88 School St., just off Route 225.
This is an adult activity of the Carlisle Recreation Department, but players under 16 are permitted when accompanied by an adult. Players of all levels are welcome, from beginner/recreational to experienced/advanced. The club continues to invite all persons who have an interest in learning to play and those more advanced who are willing to mentor newer players. Doubles play is primary and singles are available if no one is waiting. The emphasis is to get exercise and have fun and to have an enjoyable and challenging time in a supportive setting, while improving skills and techniques.
Bring your own racquet, or use one of the club racquets. Plastic birds are supplied, and you are welcome to bring and use feathered birds. There are six courts with painted lines. The ceiling is high, with good visibility. Play is primarily doubles, but singles play is possible when space permits.
This club is uses the 21-point rally scoring system for all games.
There are two options for paying fees:
When there is non-dry weather, all players are strongly urged to bring a separate pair of footwear for play.
The entrance to the main parking lot and middle school gym is from the Church Street side of the school complex. Persons should use the lower entrance and this parking area.
You can view a map showing where the club meets.