Lessons and More

Unfortunately group lessons are not available through CAPA at the current time. See below what we had in mind when life was normal. 

Are you interested in learning how to play one of the fastest growing sports in the country?  CAPA periodically offers free lessons at all three venues in Isanti County. (see Places to Play) This page will be updated frequently to bring you more details.

Free lessons are offered in the first week of November and again during early January at Isanti Primary school. The lessons are announced through the Fall and Winter/spring Community Education class brochures. You'll find a link to the Community Education department on our Places to Play page.

Free lessons are also offered periodically at the Cambridge Armed Forces and Community Center. There are no planned lessons at CAFCC at this time, but we will be offering something as soon as we get back outdoors.

Beginner lessons and more advanced Drill and Play sessions have been a part of the last three summers at Central Green Park. Past beginner lessons have been advertised in the local newspapers and are held throughout the summer. There are beginner paddles and balls available for the lessons.  Give us your email and contact information in the "Contact Us" section and we'll let you know when future sessions are scheduled.

Drill and Play lessons are for those who know how to play and want to improve their skills and accuracy. There is nothing scheduled at this time, but it is our intention to once again offer a Drill and Play session this summer. We are also hoping to provide a league for doubles teams, where you keep the same partner each week. If we already have your email and contact information, ( you get emails from cambridgepickleball@gmail.com) then we'll let you know as details emerge. If not, leave us that information below.

To watch a short video about pickleball, click the button below. There are also tons of instructional videos on You Tube.

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