A Game for Any Age

Table Tennis Club member Harold Staves still plays a great game of table tennis at age 92. (Photo by Greg Hlushko)

Greg Hlushko

You are never too old to learn or to get back again to table tennis.

Many have played at least a bit of table tennis at some point in their lives—some very casually and some a bit more seriously. Well, it’s time to get back and pick it up again.

If you haven’t played in the past, you will find that you can learn to play quickly. We have periodic free lessons and even use a ball machine during these sessions.

Table tennis is a fun sport that provides great exercise in a social atmosphere. It’s also a low-impact sport that can help keep both your reflexes and mind sharp.

The SaddleBrooke Table Tennis Club invites residents to come and play three times at no cost to check out our club. After that, dues are only $25 annually if you decide to join.

We play in the Mariposa Room in the DesertView building on three high-quality tables under good lighting. Paddles and balls are provided, so just drop in and join the fun.

The schedule of play changes periodically. Check our website sbttc.wordpress.com for the current schedule. Or you can get more information by stopping by our table at the 2023 Recreation and Activities Fair, which will be held in the MountainView Ballroom on Saturday, Feb. 4, from 8 to 11 a.m.