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Old 09-15-2008, 05:37 AM   #1
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George and Laraine have graciously agreed to help make the second annual NorEasters Pumpkin Bowling Championship a success.

Here's how it works

What you need:
- One or two small round pumpkins (everyone brings there own), under 8" in diameter
- Knife to cut pumpkin (Kids: Get adult help with the knife!)

What you need to do:
- Take a pumpkin cutting knife and cut three finger-size holes in the usual bowling ball pattern. (Thumb, index finger and middle finger should fit in the holes.)

Dressing the Part (optional):
Pumpkin Bowling is even more fun when done while wearing silly hats and/or costume.

How to play:
- Place the ghost soda bottle "pins" at one end of the bowling alley.

- Take turns bowling with pumpkins.
- - Adults and "kids" over 19 bowl from 20 feet away and play 3 frames
- - teenagers 15 bowl from 15 feet away
- - Kids 12 and younger closer (Might have to tweak the under 12 kid's age limits a bit...)

- Each ghost / pin knocked down is one point.
- - Adults – if there's a tie score after 3 frames, there's a play off ˜til there's a clear winner
- - Kids 12 and younger are all winners

Sign-Up:
While there's no advance sign up required, I do need a list of Kids 12 and younger, that are playing, so I know how many prizes to bring.
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Old 09-15-2008, 05:37 AM   #2
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George and Laraine have graciously agreed to help make the second annual NorEasters Pumpkin Bowling Championship a success.

Here's how it works

What you need:
- One or two small round pumpkins (everyone brings there own), under 8" in diameter
- Knife to cut pumpkin (Kids: Get adult help with the knife!)

What you need to do:
- Take a pumpkin cutting knife and cut three finger-size holes in the usual bowling ball pattern. (Thumb, index finger and middle finger should fit in the holes.)

Dressing the Part (optional):
Pumpkin Bowling is even more fun when done while wearing silly hats and/or costume.

How to play:
- Place the ghost soda bottle "pins" at one end of the bowling alley.

- Take turns bowling with pumpkins.
- - Adults and "kids" over 19 bowl from 20 feet away and play 3 frames
- - teenagers 15 bowl from 15 feet away
- - Kids 12 and younger closer (Might have to tweak the under 12 kid's age limits a bit...)

- Each ghost / pin knocked down is one point.
- - Adults – if there's a tie score after 3 frames, there's a play off ˜til there's a clear winner
- - Kids 12 and younger are all winners

Sign-Up:
While there's no advance sign up required, I do need a list of Kids 12 and younger, that are playing, so I know how many prizes to bring.
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Count Joan & I in, we'll get our pumpkins!
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