Turkey Bowl (2008)
- Event Type
- Hat Tournament
- Event Start
- Event End
- Redmond, WA
This one-day hat tournament hosted by DiscNW is a Thanksgiving tradition that gives Ultimate players the opportunity to run off some of those second and third helpings of stuffing while giving something to charity. Proceeds go to NW Harvest, an organization focused on helping disadvantaged families with a basic necessity: food.
In addition to playing some Ultimate, the tradition at TurkeyBowl is to chow down on a scrumptious turkey n’ fixins dinner while watching the poor suckas who played well enough to be in the finals do their thing. Volunteering to bring food for the dinner secures you a space for this tournament which fills up every year!
Online registration is now closed.
Questions? Email the Head Turkeys at .
See the list of volunteer options below and step up to the plate!
Here are the particulars:
Where: Marymoor Park on the new turf fields!
When: Saturday, November 29th
Player sign-in is at 8am at the fields - you must register online before the event. The first game will start at 9am. Each team will play 4 games, and we'll be done before sunset.
Who: The first 72 men and 48 women to register will make up the rosters for the 8 teams.
Why: 'cuz it's fun and people need help
How Much: $25 per person.
Under 18?: No problem! Just be sure to print and sign this form bring it to the tournament or mail it to us at:
ATTN: Turkey Bowl
P.O. Box 85112
Seattle, WA 98145
Another Turkey Bowl tradition is the volunteer efforts of DiscNW players to help make this event special. Here is a list of food needed & volunteer tasks, please e-mail to volunteer and guarantee yourself a spot in the tournament.
- Turkey (cooked and sliced) (4)
- Tofurkey? (1)
- Stuffing (2-3)
- Mashed Potatoes (2)
- Cranberry Sauce (2)
- Dessert (4)
- Cider (1)
- Other Sides (4)
- Set-up (2)
- Registration (2)
- Cooking (3)
- Serving (3)
- Clean-up (2)
If you bring all your own utensils and plates and what-not, we can lessen the trash the tournament generates. Be earth-friendly.
We'll use the UPA 11th Edition Rules. Games are to 15. Caps and other important details will be discussed at player sign in.