BMG Spring Event - Don't Stop Boccelievin'

Posted: February 14, 2018

Don't miss out on the fun! BMG Spring Event - Don't Stop Boccelievin'

Join us for a fun afternoon of throwin' balls and takin' names.

  • Lunch
  • Fun Conversation
  • Bocce - even a quick lesson if you wish!

April 17th 12pm to 2 pm at Campo Di Bocce of Los Gatos.

Cost is $45 per person, click here to register.

For questions contact Julie Hughes.

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