We are a shuffleboard club in New Smyrna Beach Florida. We play every day and have lots of fun – Membership is $20 per year. We play Monday through Saturday at 10:00 am and Tuesday and Thursday nights at 6:30 pm year-round.
Find out more about membership: click -> HERE
U.S. Shuffleboard Has It’s Origins in Florida: click -> HERE
This website is the NEWS and INFORMATION about the Coronado Mainland Shuffleboard Club (CMS). We will also publish articles of general interest to our members and others who drop in to find out about us. The official club name is Coronado/Mainland Shuffleboard Club (Coronado Shuffleboard Club was the club’s name from its’ beginning in 1937, up until the merger with Mainland Shuffleboard Club in February 2011.). We have lots of fun playing shuffleboard, and though some of our events have been delayed due to Covid, we hope to start to play Cribbage and having our monthly pot-luck suppers together soon. Keep in touch to see when we will be having our other informal competitions.
NEWS is on the HOME page. Click -> HERE for official documents such as our Constitution and Bylaws. We are always interested in your comments or questions – Just scroll down and fill in the box below Leave a Reply.
We are adding some menu items (black-bar) above, so we can have everything in one place – News and Information about Coronado-Mainland Shuffleboard Club.
This website is technically a BLOG (weB-LOG). If you really want to find out more about BLOGs, click on the following -> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Blog
Our Banner Picture is the one at the top of the main page. A smaller image is shown below, and we believe it is from a 1950s postcard. Because the picture shows people playing shuffleboard with court referees (the two men in the left fore- ground are each holding a referee’s stick) it must originally have been a picture taken at a tournament.
To see a bigger image click on the small picture. If you have been at our present-day courts, you will notice that there have been many changes, except notably, the courts themselves and the cue-house. Oh, and of course the people, but looking more closely, other than their style of clothing, they could be us today. Look at the parked cars – You can see just the fronts of them on the right. They would have been parked on Pine Street.) Can you identify the year of any of these cars?