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PingPongParkinson celebrating 5th anniversary 2017-2022
By Nenad N. Bach | Published  02/5/2022 | Sports , Education | Unrated
February 6th at 4:00 pm at the Westchester Table Tennis Center, 175 Tompkins Ave in Pleasantville, New York, the birthplace of PingPongParkinson

Nenad Bach announcing PingPongParkinson Competition 2022 in Croatia

PingPongParkinson in Ancient times in the Arena of Pula, Istrian peninsula in Croatia

Arena in Pula, Croatia. Areal view to the place where Nenad Bach is playing ping-pong.

My dear Snowflakes,

The Avalanche is here with the magic Wang and a fairy tale.

We are blessed and honored to host these unique exhibition matches here in our neighborhood.

Come and be our guest and see how current USA champion and once 5th in the world play against TT enthusiasts, celebrating 5th year of how we started PingPongParkinson. Don't imagine it, witness it!

Special thanks and my personal honor for the last five years goes to co-founders of PPP Will Shortz, Dr. Art Dubow and Irene Silbert!
As well as to our official photographer and the author of the first PPP book Dr. Warren Rosenberg

In celebration of the 5th anniversary of the global non-profit PingPongParkinson, a celebrity exhibition table tennis match will take place

on Sunday, February 6th at 4:00 pm at the Westchester Table Tennis Center, 175 Tompkins Ave in Pleasantville, New York, the birthplace of PingPongParkinson

and on Monday, February 7th at 6:00 pm at the CRUSH Table Tennis 255 Field Point Rd, Greenwich, Connecticut.

Players will include

  • two-time Olympian and Advisory Board member for PingPongParkinson HRH Princess Zeina Rashid of Jordan (highest ranking number 5 in the world),
  • the 2021 U.S. National Women'€™s Table Tennis Champion and winner of the 2021 Junior Pan Am Games Team Trials, Amy Wang,
  • Westchester Table Tennis Center owner and crossword editor of The New York Times, Will Shortz, and
  • the Croatian American internationally recognized recording artist, composer, peace activist, and the founder of the PingPongParkinson movement, Nenad Bach.

Limited seating is available due to COVID-19 safety considerations. Bring the proof of your booster vaccination. Please send inquiries to or/and the club.

Also, Warren Rosenberg and Nenad Bach will be available to sign the book: PingPongParkinson: It Started With A Tremor And It's Shaking Up The World.

Free entrance. Donations are welcome at or Directly

Don't imagine it, witness it! after all, we build neurons!

Peace, Nenad

PingPongParkinson It started with tremor and it's shaking up the world
Monograph by Warren Rosenberg with Nenad Bach, illustrated by Ignasi Blanch

PingPongParkinson in Sweden gaining momentum
Nenad Bach with Joginder Singh Nijjar, president of Croatian-Indian Society in Zagreb.

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