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Thread: Where to Play in Toronto?
09-20-2005, 09:00 PM #69
new here ^^
hey, anyone know any good place to play around downtown area? i live nearby st. patrick
09-21-2005, 07:29 PM #70Originally Posted by setaa
09-21-2005, 07:52 PM #71Originally Posted by setaa
4 hardwood courts.
6 month membership is $140 (october - march). Guest is $7. Bring your own feather birds (they sell tubes for $20).
I also live near St. Patrick. Send me a PM if you're interested in coming. I'll be going there tomorrow.
09-21-2005, 09:11 PM #72Originally Posted by tinkerbella122
Originally Posted by DarthHowie
thanks for the offer anyway, i really appriciate it. i'll go check that place out whenever i'm set
o yea, am i supposed to wear badminton shoes while playing? or do clubs here accept players with a pair of running shoes?
09-21-2005, 09:37 PM #73Originally Posted by setaa
12-02-2005, 01:29 AM #74
Parkdale CI teamOriginally Posted by sac_man
I was also on the Parkdale team, I think it was 84' or 85' it's been so long. Back then I played singles and mixed doubles. You were gone by then. Our team didn't get very far and we were up against much stronger schools, ie. Harbord, Jarvis...I think I recall a Jennifer but I can't picture her face.
I've just started getting back into the game since high school with my vintage Yonex Cab-15 and this is my first posting. My name is Harry...what's your name?
12-13-2005, 12:04 AM #75
Matty Eckler C.C. was mentioned 2 years ago, here's more information:
South Eastish Toronto, nearest subway station is Pape.
953 Gerrard St E
This is the adult dropin program, but they don't care if kids go. Pay downstairs at 12PM and then go upstairs to the gym. Court change every 15 minutes, there has been less than 10 people there for the past 5 weeks so it's not necessary.
3:30PM~5:30PM (call to confirm)
This is the youth dropin program, but they don't care if adults go.
6:00PM~8:00PM (call to confirm!)
Not sure about cost
Haven't been to this program for 3 years. No details availble.
South Eastish Toronto
86 Blake Street, m4j 3c9
$2 Admission. Membership availble.
This place is usually packed, with half adult/senior players and half teenager/young adults. People's skill levels are pretty good.
Put your tunnie in the bin outside the gym to start. No one calls court change, honor system?
12-13-2005, 12:48 AM #76
Parkdale forever...Originally Posted by dogpile
I once knew a Harry
who didn't know who to marry
so 20 years later he picked up his birdie
only to find out it wasn't as sturdy
ha ha ha
It's me... Deckard... Parkdale badminton MVP 86.
Just how many girlfriends did you have at Parkdale? Stay away from my future girlfriend...
But seriously, the badminton coach, Mrs. Hayes (I think) was a wonderfully supportive person who taught English. Despite having an average season, she always reminded us to have fun and sportsmanship is more important than winning.
10-23-2009, 03:50 PM #77
where in woodbridge any contact info
12-13-2009, 11:00 AM #78
Hi torontonians! I'll be in t.o. in late dec 2009 (noticed this thread was reallly old!); I just wanted to know if anyone new of any clubs in the mid-town/down-town areas open for drop-in during the holidays. If so, i'll bring my racquets! Thanks!
01-10-2010, 12:04 AM #79
02-19-2010, 10:10 AM #80
Agincourt Open Badminton Centre
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