Help Enclose Cass at the Broomball Bash!
Costumes are encouraged but not required for spectators and players (but NO masks can be worn while playing!) We'll play theme music "Monster Mash"!
November 2, 6:00 pm - 9:00 pm at Cass Park Arena
$150 per team or $20 per individual
Pre-registered teams will get pre-scheduled game times; Others will be first come, first served in open slots. Best time to pre-register is by October 30 !
More information and participation waiver are available at friendsiyb.org/cass
Eat the Foood Truck will be in the Cass Park parking lot starting at 12:00 noon!
Raffle Baskets will soon be announced; Tickets available online and on Nov. 2
Broomball is a sport similar to hockey, but with no skates or hockey skills needed! Register today by clicking the "Register Button" above ! Each team must have a minimum of 6 players (aged 8 years or older) and a maximum of 10 players. You can also sign up as an individual and we'll place you on a team on the day of! Show your support for the Enclose Cass Park Campaign by creating your own fundraising page to rally around our cause!
Brooms, balls, and nets will be provided. Please bring your own appropriate footwear (clean sneakers or boots), helmets (bike, hockey, ski, etc.), protective pads (highly recommended but optional), and make sure your team is all wearing the team color you select when registering! Every participant needs to present a signed waiver form.
Check out the three prize packages being raffled as part of Enclose Cass Broomball on Nov. 2!
Raffle Coordinator Debbie Whitehead has assembled special items including a Vera Bradley bag with Earrings by Claire Green, Starbucks coffee and gear, Cornell women's hockey game tickets, and Ithaca Bakery & Purity gift cards.
$5 per ticket or $10 for three tickets to benefit the Cass Park Arena Enclosure Campaign.
Tickets can be purchased on Nov 2 at Cass Park, or online here: https://tinyurl.com/broomballraffle
Enclose Cass Broomball Bash
The Enclose Cass Broomball Bash is a fun way to benefit the Cass Park Arena Enclosure Campaign. This community-wide effort is being led by the Friends of the Ithaca Youth Bureau, a nonprofit organization that exists to facilitate support for the Ithaca Youth Bureau. The overall goal is to raise $1 million to support upgrades that will retain the Cass Park Arena's traditional charm, while making the city-owned and managed facility more sustainable and successful. The Cass Park Arena is a four-season community resource that has promoted "fun, fitness and friendships" for 47 years, and it's time to take it to the next level!