It's happening! Crawfish and Hooverball! The perfect combo.
When do you get to eat crawfish and play hooverball on the same day??
On Saturday June 11 from 12 - 3pm
Mark Doyle (our Louisiana native) has agreed to host and cook for us this fine protein along with some corn on the cob, potatoes and mushrooms.
The cost of the event is $20.00
WHY is this so bloody expensive? Because the crawfish are flown in ALIVE from Louisiana on the day of the event and are delivered to Level 4 by 11am that morning. According to Mark you cannot cook dead crawfish - just alive ones.
Children under 8 are free!
We need everyone to sign up by June 7th so we can order the right amount of crawfish.
The Mini Hooverball Tournament will be happening while the cooking goes on. The 10” medicine balls weighing 4lbs each should be arriving today. Feel free to read up on the rules of hoover ball: http://www.hooverassociation.org/…/hoo…/hooverball_rules.php
Starting next week, Level 4 Instructors will have you warm up at the start of class by playing some mini hooverball so that you can get familiar with the game. The net will be lower and the court will be smaller than in regular hooverball.
For the tournament, we will have teams of 2 individuals (1 female, 1 male)
To sign up your team, email firstname.lastname@example.org or let her know if you don't have a partner and we will find you one.