The Duluth Ultimate Community and the City of Duluth offer free Ultimate Frisbee development sessions and games 7-9 p.m. Wednesday evenings on May 17, 24 and 31 at the Heritage Sports Center Turf, 120 S. 30th Ave. W. The sessions are for youth and adults ages 8 and up.
The first session was May 3, pictured here. People may attend one or all of the session. Call (218) 720-4322 for more information.
Ultimate Frisbee (officially just called “Ultimate” since “Frisbee” is trademarked by Wham-O Inc.) is a non-contact sport that began in the 1960s and has grown to millions of players today in clubs, campuses and professional leagues. There are no referees; players take responsibility for their own rules and fouls. There are around 200 members of the Duluth Ultimate Community, connected by its Facebook page. The Duluth Area YMCA organizes a summer league for ages 16 and up June 12 through Aug. 24. For information go to duluthymca.org.