Tuesday, March 3, 2009

The schedule for the weekend

Friday: Polo Haus 5416 ne 14th place Portland, OR 97211
8 PM - polo in the street, pump track in the back, and music in the middle
WELCOME TO THE OBPC's Presented by the men of the polo haus.

Saturday: Pier Park
7 AM - meet at court to assemble the boards and resweep the court
9 AM - registration opens to everyone - $10 a head / $30 a team
10:30 AM - registration closes and tournament rules are reviewed
11 AM - first games begin
6 PM - its almost to dark to play - alternate ending location if needed
6:30 PM to ??? - breakdown/cleanup of event location
8 PM - Drinking and shenanigans, location TBA

Sunday: Alberta park
8 AM - meet at the court to setup for days events
10 AM - first of the finals games starts
we play till there are no more games to be played.

Side note to all participants
-Please bring a cup or bottle to put your beverages in due to park police and city police. There are restrooms open at pier park which MUST be used by everyone. They are located a distance away but the park is beautiful so enjoy the ride.
-There will hopefully be food/drink on both days for everyone.
-Please remember you are visiting the NW and it still is winter time and we get rain here alot. Please bring dry clothes and a rain jacket/pants/socks. We want you to have a good time not a wet time.
-Thank you all for letting me know you are coming. I hope this schedule will help alot of you all out - see you in a few days!

Thanks you so much
Polo Haus

1 comment:

  1. are you looking for sat night entertainment?

    ive been helping a friend of polo with an art opening that will have free wine and beer http://www.odoka.org/the_work/the_house_of_sound/

    at the New American Art Union
    922 SE Ankeny Street

    Artist's Reception on Saturday the 7th of March, 6-9PM

    At 7:30PM during the reception
    The Winter Solstice Puppet Collective 2008 and the Evolutionary Jass Band will present a shadow puppet performance of "I Spend the Night at General Headquarters" By Tu Fu, Translated by Kenneth Rexroth