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Activity: Bocce Ball Class

Tuesday, 6/25/2024
1:30 - 3:30
Joe DiMaggio Playground Clubhouse
Address

661 Lombard Street
San Franicisco, CA 94133
United States


Learn the principles and basics of Bocce ball. Bocce ball is an Italian game and initially played by Italian immigrants. Today, the game has become more popular and played by people worldwide. Join us and learn the rules, proper techniques and how to score a match. Meet at the Joe DiMaggio's Bocce Court, adjacent to the North Beach Library. Bocce balls will be provided.

 


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This program is sponsored by Friends of the San Francisco Public Library.

 


 

Attending Programs

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