Schedule is subject to change  

A special shout out to our sponsors  The French Gourmet, and Euro food depot, all who have donated time and/or food to your Club in 2016. Please support them when possible.


Bring your Boules and your lunch; it’s time to play Petanque!

January 1st – NO PLAY- Happy New Year!

January 8th – 10AM random balanced tournament, no entry fee, medals for 1st place.

January 22nd – 11AM casual play/practice

February 5th – 10AM select doubles tournament/$10 per team with prizes. Stop 2:30pm, Super Bowl.

February 19th – 11AM casual play/practice

March 5th – 10AM random balanced tournament, $5 entry with prizes.

March 19th – 11AM casual play/practice

April 2nd – 10AM random balanced tournament $5 entry with prizes.

April 16th – 11AM casual play/practice. Happy Easter.

May 7th – 10AM Coffee and Croissants followed by select doubles, $10 per team.

May 21st – 11AM  casual play/practice.

June 4th – NO PLAY. Rock and Roll marathon in park.

June 18th – 11AM Father’s day casual play/practice

July 2nd – 10AM random balanced tournament, no entry fee, medals for 1st place.

July 16th 11AM casual play/practice

August 6th – 10AM random balanced tournament, no entry fee, medals for 1st place.

August 20th – 11AM casual play/practice.

September 3rd – 10AM random balanced tournament $5 entry with prizes.

September 17th – 11AM  casual play and end of Summer BBQ. Lunch $8.

October 1st 9am San Diego Open Tournament. Select doubles, $40 per team. Coffee and croissants in the morning. Prizes for top 3 teams and the Consolante winner.

October 15th 10AM casual play/practice

November 5th – 10AM random balanced tournament. $5 with prizes.

November 19th 10AM casual play/practice

December 3rd Holiday party, casual play, club meeting with elections. Details to follow on Evite.

December 17th 10AM casual play/practice

January 7th 2018 –  10AM random balanced tournament $5 with prizes


Please email if you have any questions, schedule subject to change.

2 thoughts on “Schedule

  1. Hi, thank you for your quick reply. Actually I have been playing for some days now and I would like to buy my own set of boules to avoid having to borrow from people.
    Can I go even if I still beginner? do some one sells boules or where do you recommend where I can buy them?
    Thank you!


    • Hi Jorge, There are links off of the home page where you can purchase boules, they have everything from cheap Chinese ones to professional ones. Also please contact Troy at and he may know a member who has a set they might be willing to sell. Have fun

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