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Events

Usual games on Wednesdays and Fridays from 1:30pm AEST.  Come and go whenever you like.

 

Journee Internationale du Chocolat   
What: International Chocolate Day - Singles, Doubles and Triples Games with a twist  
When: Sunday  7 July 2024 be there at 11:30 am for a 12:00 start
Where: Boules Artistes Petanque Club, Latham Park
Register: Grab a partner or we'll team you up when you arrive
Cost: $10

 

Bastille Day Doubles and Picnic at Ballast Point
What: Open Doubles
When: Sunday 14 July 2024 12 noon for a 12:30 start
Where: Ballast Point Park - Corner Wharf & Ballast Point Roads, Birchgrove
What to bring: BYO drinks and some nibbles etc to share for the table 
Register: Grab a partner or come along and we'll pair you up there
Cost: $ 5 per person

 

Casual Games
What: Casual games - come and go when you like
When: Sunday 21 July 2024 from 1:00pm
Where: Boules Artistes Petanque Club, Latham Park
Register: No need to register

 

NSWPL Gender Triples at Newcastle Petanque Club
What: Triples teams (3 women or 3 men). This is a NSWPL ranked competition.
When: Sunday 28 July 2024 
Where: Newcastle Petanque Club, Nesca Park, Cnr Brooks St & Nesca Pde, Cooks Hill NSW
Register: Grab a partner and register on Mypetanque.com
Cost: $ 15 per person

 

BA Afternoon Doubles   
What: Open Doubles
When: Sunday  4 August 2024 be there at 12 pm for a 12:30 start
Where: Boules Artistes Petanque Club, Latham Park
Register: Grab a partner or we'll team you up when you arrive
Cost: $5

 

Boules Artistes Open Doubles
What: Doubles Competition. This is a NSWPL ranked competition.
When: Sunday 11 August 2024  9am for 9:30am start
Where: Boules Artistes Petanque Club, Latham Park
Register: Grab a partner and register on Mypetanque.com
Cost: $ 15 per person

 

Our Sponsors

Gourmet food prizes for our events are generously donated by our sponsor, Fine French Food (G J Foods). Club members also receive a 10% discount on all products. Their origins in French food date back to Paris in the 1920’s, where their great grandmother, owned and ran a petit bistro with her daughter in the Belleville neighbourhood of Paris. Other family restaurants followed even after family members settled in Australia. So, the fine food tradition was passed on to a fourth generation in 2012, when Georges’ eldest son, René joined G J Food, making it over 90 years in fine food.

Orders can be made online with most areas of Sydney qualifying for free delivery. Please consider purchasing your French food at Fine French Food https://www.finefrenchfood.com.au/ as a thank you for their generous support of the Boules Artistes.

 

Bunnings East Gardens have generously donated the materials for us to make our Club game scorers, and also the railway sleepers and brackets to attach them. We thank Bunnings East Gardens for their support and ask that you consider buying your supplies from Bunnings East Gardens, to thank them for their generosity.
Click here to access their website.

 

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