Announcing the Eden Prairie Schooner Days Pickleball Tournament

The Eden Prairie Lions Club is pleased to team up with the SouthWest Metro Pickleball Club (SWMPC) to feature a fun-filled Pickleball Tournament at the Schooner Days celebration on June 2nd.

Our Lions Club appreciates the hard work SWMPC Members have done to bring the new Pickleball Complex to Staring Lake in Eden Prairie and we have become a supporter of SWMPC fund raising efforts. We invite you to  register as a Player and/or Volunteer in our Pickleball Tournament.

Bring family and friends not only for Pickleball but to enjoy the additional activities such as Bingo, the carnival, Lions beer and food concessions, and softball.

Know that your attendance at Schooner Days aids the fund raising efforts of SWMPC as well as the many other community causes our Lions Club supports. 

We are looking for VOLUNTEERS and PLAYERS

Here are the details about the tournament:

Schooner Days Pickleball Tournament

Presented by Eden Prairie Lion’s Club and

South West Metro Pickleball Club

Tournament Date: June 2, 2018

Round Lake Park

16691 Valley View Road

Eden prairie, MN 55346

(Eden Prairie Road and Valley View road)


Tournament Information 

Men’s Doubles – 7:30 a.m. – Noon 

Women’s Doubles – 7:30 a.m. – Noon 

Mixed Doubles – 12:30 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. 

– This tournament is open to all levels of players 12 and over and will be grouped by skill level.

– Medals will be awarded to 1st, 2nd and 3rd in each bracket

– Match format will be Round Robin

– Tournament Ball will be the Onix Fuse Outdoor ball





– Registration opens: March 26, 2018

– Registration deadline: May 19, 2018

– Register as a player here: PLAYER REGISTRATION

– Register as a volunteer here: VOLUNTEER REGISTRATION

– Fee: Entry fee is $20.00 and each event is an additional $5.00

– Fee includes $10 of Schooner Days tickets provided at check-in. Tickets can only be used at the Lion’s Club Big Tent for food, refreshments (including beer) and Bingo  

– Tournament Directors: Scott Schreier and Nick Astbury