i too grew up in brighton beach. am currently living in pa. some years ago i learned to play bocci and enjoyed it so much that i bought a set.now i find that the instructions are missing.it was many years since i even looked at the set. but now i am looking for someone who can send me a copy of the rules and how to keep score
I am the promotional director for a development in the cumberland mountians and would like to provide tourists with the opportunity to experience days past… including the games they played. I would like information on games in the era of Pioneers and Indian days if you have any. Would like the rules and amount of area it takes to play them as well. ANY suggestions will be helpful. Many thanks Sylvia
i wish to address this to Kennydale originally from Brighton Beach, living in Texas as of April. I am responding to Bocce ball, honeymoon in “71” and Jewish. I have know idea how this works from here so i am reluctant to say more.
OK I’m Jewish and grew up in Brighton Beach, never even heard of Bocci till my honeymoon (’71) I remember that many parks had the sand pits for bocci (especially in Bay Ridge). Tried it out during our honeymoon and it was fun (kinda a like large size marble shooting)-so how about some good bocci rules- I live now in Tx they dont know from these street games