Los Cab Sports Village

Los Cab Life - March 2020

Orange County gym and fitness center

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4 ❘ LOS CAB LIFE ❘ MARCH 2020 P ickleball has become increasingly popular at Los Cab over the past year, and the club will become the epicenter of the fast- growing sport March 6-8 when it hosts the National Pickleball California Open. The event is expected to draw approximately 550 players com- peting in pro, senior pro and skill/age divisions for amateurs. Friday will feature singles play, with mixed doubles on Sat- urday and men's and women's doubles on Sunday. There also will be a charity pro-am on Fri- day night benefiting the Ameri- can Red Cross. The professional division is open to all players regardless of rating and features a $24,000 purse. The amateur competition is intended for 3.0-5.0 players and includes divisions for 19+, 35+, 50+ and 60+. Registration is open to USAPA members for $65 and includes a T-shirt and awards to the top three players and teams in each division. "Los Cab offers us a great loca- tion in the heart of the Southern California pickleball commu- nity," said Seth Burleigh, COO of Advanced Sports Media, which runs the National Pickleball Cali- fornia Open. "We like the private atmosphere and ability for our players to use the club's ameni- ties, and we also feel that the sunken championship court will make for a nice experience for the players and spectators." Spectators are welcome to at- tend the event free of charge, and pro matches will be livestreamed on Facebook. .................................................... > VISIT nationalpickleball.com/ california-open to learn more. ● UPCOMING READY FOR ACTION ■ NATIONAL PICKLEBALL CALIFORNIA OPEN AT LOS CAB AROUND THE CLUB ............................ MARCH TO BETTER FITNESS M arch has arrived, and while the popular college basketball tour- nament by the same name is right around the corner, perhaps more relevant to Los Cab members is a reminder about the club's annual March Madness. Now in its fourth decade, the pro- gram encourages members to com- plete 20 or more group fitness classes during the month. Those who com- plete the challenge will be awarded a special commemorative T-shirt – and the satisfaction of keeping your fitness goals on track is its own reward. > VISIT loscab.com/group-fitness. ◆ ◆ ◆ ST. PATRICK'S FUN FOR KIDS T he great thing about St. Patrick's Day is that you don't have to be Irish to get into the spirit of all things related to the Emerald Isle. On Friday, March 13, youngsters can join in the fun with a St. Patrick's Day-themed Kids' Night Out from 6-9:30 p.m. Parents will enjoy getting out for a little fun of their own as kids partake in a pizza dinner and dessert of popcorn mixed with lucky charms, as well as a leprechaun cutout craft, a bounce house and a dance contest There will also be a St. Patrick's Day parade at the club to help kids cele- brate the holiday. On Tuesday, March 17 from 10-11 a.m., kids and their par- ents will walk around all areas of Los Cab collecting chocolate gold coins, followed by light refreshments. > VISIT loscab.com/child-care. ◆ ◆ ◆ PAINT AND SIP AT LOS CAB L os Cab will host a Watercolor Paint and Sip Party on Thursday, March 19, that will include instruction from Art/Space Studio's Mike Punke and Shea Knowles, as well as wine and light snacks. Set for 6-8:30 p.m. in the Los Cab Pool View Room, the event is $35 per person and includes all art supplies. Call Shea at (714) 393-3473. California Open host Tyler Loong is one of the few pickleball professionals who plays left handed.

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