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Sherwood will host the first 24-hour pickleball facility in Central Arkansas

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Little Rock, Arkansas – City Hall Park is going to be the location of the brand-new pickleball courts that the City of Sherwood is planning to open.

On June 20th, following the music that will take place on the Third Thursday in the Park, there will be a grand opening.

Immediately after the event, the first and only 24-hour pickleball courts in Central Arkansas will be lit up and open for anyone who wants to participate in the sport that is now gaining popularity all over the world.

Mayor Mary Jo Heye-Townsell stated, “We are thrilled to offer this new amenity to our community. The 24-hour pickleball courts will provide a fantastic recreational option for residents of all ages and skill levels. We encourage everyone to come out, enjoy the concert, and stay for some fun on the courts.”

The new courts are part of a new program that the city is undertaking to offer more recreational facilities in an effort to encourage people to lead more active lifestyles and to look after their physical health.

There will be lots of parking available at this new facility, which is located next to the Sherwood Police Department.

Additionally, there will be bathrooms that are accessible to those with disabilities, a water bottle filling station, an enlarged walking track, improved lighting, and artwork.

 

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