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Badminton in WA

Discussion in 'USA West' started by Joe, Jun 13, 2001.

  1. Joe

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    Does anyone know where I can play badminton in Washington state? I just moved here...And I live in Bellevue, its pretty close to Seattle. Thanks.
     
  2. g2k

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    hope <a target=top_ href="http://www.worldbadminton.com/play_us.htm#wa">this</a> helps.
     
  3. Matt

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    Well I live in Bellevue, but I go play open gym Badminton at BCC. You could also register to be in classes if you want to there too. There is a badminton club in Renton but I do not have any information about them.

    Matt
     
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    When is the open gym?
     
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    Well it's over for now at BCC. Wait until the fall quarter. If you are a student at BCC, go the student services building for more information. I am in a mailing list at BCC, so I get all the times when the open gym will occur.
     
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    I recently moved to Kitsap County which is fairly close to Seattle, but I was hopeing to not have to drive 2 hours to play. Is there anyone else in the Kitsap region?
     
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    There has to be someone out there

    There seems to be lots of clubs in the seatlle area, but I would hope there is someone in Kitsap or somewhere that doesn't require a ferry ride to play with. Any recommendations for seattle clubs if I have to go there that are active, and willing to except new members?
     
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    Most of clubs are drop-in base like Highline and north sea-tac.
    Highline would be a good one to try and Steve'll setup matches for you
    if you ask.

    Bellevue Badminton Club is the only dedicated facility, they have guest
    drop-in also (not cheap).
     
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    Thanks

    I appreciate the information on who to talk to. Finding a place to play that won't cost a arm and a leg is a great help.
     
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    Federal Way Community Center

    [SIZE=-1]I posted a similar reply to another thread, but I just saw this thread now. We are thinking of reviving badminton in Federal Way at the new community center. Saturdays 9-11:30am, Mondays 4:30-9:30pm. They allow walk-ins. I'm not connected with the Community Center,( just an avid badminton player) but I thought I'd help spread the word! Cheers!
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