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Open House postponed until 5/21

Rain and cold weather have caused a slight delay to the schedule.  Our open house will now be Tuesday 5/21!  You still get to come see what we are about free of charge or commitment, and you still get free pizza and beer!  See you then!

Open House FAQ – Postponed until 5/21!!!

Where do we play?

Here’s a map of our field, plus you can park in the Paragon Supply parking lot – 1300 W Fayette St, Syracuse, NY 13204

Or the Allied Building Products lot – 158 Syracuse Street, Syracuse, NY 13204

Feel free to put either address in your GPS.

 

When should I come?

Everything is set up at 5pm and taken down at dark (around 9pm) you can come anytime in that stretch so long as you leave  yourself some time to play.  My suggestion is to show up between 5:30 and 7.

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#1) Playing Bocce is the absolute best way to be social and meet new people

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