New Year’s Eve minus 30

Syracuse has a tradition of expensive formal New Year’s Eve parties, but for those who want an inexpensive, informal, fun party, there hasn’t been many options. Well, that’s all changing. As usual Turbo Bocce has you covered. We are turning back the clock 30 years and celebrating New Year’s Eve 1988. We will have music videos from 88-89, video games from 88-89 (including Ducktails, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, the very first Madden Football, and Super Mario 2 & 3), 1989 Jeopardy, 1989 Price is Right, and vintage 88-89 prizes to give away!

We’re even going to have the 1988-89 ball drop with Dick … Read More »

One Last Day to Play Bocce Outside!

October 4th is our last chance to play bocce outside until Spring … so we’re making the most of it!

When: Thursday, October 4th, anytime after 5:30

Where: Beginning II – 6897 Manlius Center Rd, East Syracuse, NY 13057

What: Turbo Bocce Alumni – a chance for league members and people who couldn’t play this year to get together and play bocce one more time before the weather turns cold.  Come by yourself or with a partner!

How Much:  Free

We’ve got a fun night of bocce planned, and as an extra added bonus we’re inviting everybody who has ever played Turbo Bocce!

That’s right, its Turbo Bocce Alumni night!

We will … Read More »

Italian Fest coming up!!!

The third leg of the bocce triple crown is right around the corner!

This tournament is probably your second to last chance to play big time outdoor bocce this year. So don’t miss it!  Teams of 4 … so if you want to play but need teammates You Are Not Alone!  Let me know so I can help you find others who are also looking for teammates.

Italian Fest Details

When: Saturday, September 15th at 9 am NOTE: at least one person from your team should arrive early with the dues ($80)

Where: Bocce courts are located in front of Syracuse City Hall – 233 E Washington St, Syracuse, NY 13202.  Parking is located in front of J. Ryans – 253 E Water St, Syracuse, NY 13202.

How Much: … Read More »

Something New: A Pro-Am!

The concept is simple … randomly team someone who plays Turbo Bocce (the professional) with someone who has never played Turbo Bocce before (the amateur) and play a tournament … then give the winner a nice prize (maybe $300).

Many of the details are still TBD, but we are looking to have this event on 5/11.  Keep checking this page for updates!

If you’re looking to become one of the amateurs, here’s a quick video explaining what Turbo Bocce is, and a second video explaining how to play!

Winning cash is easy when you’re teamed up with a Turbo Bocce champion!

If you want to be sent a reminder email leading up to the Pro-Am all you have to to is email Paul at … Read More »