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Hammer Through the Park : Mike Smith

McCulley - Robertson Sport Complex Huntsville, Ontario

Other — Hands-On Activity

HOW TO PLAY HAMMER
Four players hit their balls, in turn, through the gates they set up. Once a player has gone through all eight gates, they must hit a previously agreed upon object at the end of the line (this is called “Hammering out”).
When three players have Hammered out, the fourth player picks up their ball and an “end” is complete. Now they reverse play, and Hammer through the gates back to the start.
Easy, huh!

More info

When

Thu 27 Sep No events scheduled.
Fri 28 Sep No events scheduled.
Sat 29 Sep No events scheduled.
In case of rain:

cancelled

Where

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Williams Street of Ravenscliff Road
Huntsville, Ontario

Directions

Just a short drive on Ravenscliff Road. You will see the sign on your right when coming from town

Organizer

Mike Smith

WHAT IS HMR(HAMMER)GAME? Picture, an off-road all-terrain steroid injected play anywhere version of croquet. Hammer can be played in parks, conservation areas, campgrounds, neighbourhood yard to yard play. For the more adventurous, abandoned gravel pits, old industrial areas, down ski hills, or pretty much anywhere, it’s just limited to your imagination. That’s why we say, ‘HAMMER the best game on Earth’. Join us at McCulley-Robertson Sports Complex in Huntsville at the end of Williams Street, we Hammer beside the skateboard park, Sunday September 30 12-5. Games will be 1 hour long, in groups up to 8 people.

Event Contact

Mike Smith
mike[at]hammer[dot]com
705-349-0124
Website

Media Contact

Mike Smith
owner
mike[at]hmgame[dot]com
705-349-0124

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This event is in English.
This event is not wheelchair accessible.
Keywords: Youth/Teens, Outdoors, Family Friendly, All Ages, hammer, balls, hoops

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