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CLC Regular Schedule


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Pickleball at the CLC

Several groups use the CLC to play pickleball. It is fun for all ages and skill levels. Please contact the Church office for information at (724)941-8910.

You can view the layout to pickleball here: CLC Pickleball Layout.pdf

And here is a view of the CLC main room 3 courts taped off in blue:

PLEASE NOTE: All pickleball groups are currently at maximum capacity. All unaffiliated pickleballers can play during the Open Play scheduled periods.

The following groups meet throughout the year. Please use the contact information for the most up to date details for each group. Thank you and have fun playing!

Washington Park Pickleball

South Hills Picklers T/TH 1-4

Presby Competitive Pickleball

Waterdam Farms Pickleball

Pickler Friends SUN/F 7-9pm

3D Pickleball Sat 2-5 pm

Peter's Pickleball Club

Thomas Church M 4-6 pm, W 11am-1pm

Contact: Jeff Bowman 412-977-2053

Pickleball Instruction by Laurel

Circus Pickleball TH 11am -1pm

OPEN PLAY Tu 1-5pm, W 5-9pm, Th1-5pm Click HERE for more information.

Contact: Jeff Bowman 412-977-2053

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Tiger Fencing Club 


Tuesday 5-8 pm

Sunday 3:30-6:30

We Teach All 3 weapons Epee, Foil and Saber !!!

Tiger Fencing Club mission:

To promote the sport of fencing and to build a strong team consisting of skilled fencers who are also intellectually and physically fit.

We offer beginner and intermediate and advanced classes. We teach both competitive and recreational fencing.

The Tiger Club staff are head coaches and run fencing programs at Peters Township High School, Mt, Lebanon High School and Seton LaSalle High School

Contact information:


phone: 412-334-4736

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Heat Hoops Basketball --

Schedule: Tuesdays 8-10 pm, Friday 6-9 pm, Saturday 8-10 am, Sundays 1-3 pm in the CLC

About Heat Sports:

The Heat Sports Basketball Development Program

Heat Sports describes the road that we take in experiencing the game. The experiences that make up the pathway should be designed to promote “Basketball for Life”, which encourages everyone to continue in the sport. Positive basketball experiences ensure that those who enjoy the game will continue to take part as players and will also stay involved in the sport as coaches, trainers, administrators, fans, officials and referees.

For more information please contact Joe Gizzy or visit the Heat Hoops website: