Thursday, August 21st 6– 8PM
Lincoln Park, corner of High and Santa Clara, Alameda
Slow Food Alameda and the Alameda Italian-American League invite you at a night of Bocce!
“Bocce", is a social game closely related to bowls and pétanque with a common ancestry from ancient games played in the Roman Empire. Developed into its present form in Italy, it is played around Europe and also in overseas countries that have received Italian migrants, including Australia, North America and South America.”
John Ratto, namesake of the bocce courts will introduce us to the game and its local history. Everyone welcome; Bocce is a game that loves the novice.
Culinary delights will be provided by Mona of Mona's table.
Cost: $30 for Alameda Slow Food Members; $35 for non members
Prebooking and payment essential: Check, Credit Card, or Cash to:
Mona’s Table 3215 Encinal Ave # A, Alameda, CA 94501 Phone (510) 814-6179
All proceeds to provide Alameda Meals on Wheels recipients with fresh, local fruit!
Special opportunity for Slow Food Members:
Mona’s Table has limited spaces to discover the art of preparing Slow Food feasts.
Join us Thursday August 21, time to be determined by Mona, and participate in the art of food preparation for the Bocce event.
To register call Mona @ (510) 814-6179.