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Broomball

(Updated April 13, 2021)
 

To our valued customers:

In accordance with shelter-in-place orders from the County of Sonoma and the
State of California, due to COVID-19, we continued to be closed to the general public until further notice.

The Snoopy's Gallery & Gift Shop is open Saturday & Sunday 10:30 to 3:30. The web store is open 24/7 at www.SnoopyGift.com. 

Please check back here for updates on our closure status.

Please stay safe and healthy.

Broomball at Snoopy's Home Ice

It's hockey with a broom and a ball!

Broomball is a safe and fun group activity played on a roughened ice surface in tennis shoes. Broomball can be played by up to 30 participants at one time. Snoopy's Home Ice will provide you with all of the equipment you'll need to make your broomball event a success! Broomball is played on Friday and Saturday late nights, subject to availability.

Cost for 1 hour - $400
Cost for 1½ hour - $500

To book your Broomball event please contact our Programming Director at blake@snoopyshomeice.com.

For Broomball & Private Ice:  Payment is due at the time of booking to confirm your time and is non-refundable; rescheduling is permitted with a 2 week notice. A $25 rescheduling fee may be charged to change your date

Broomball Safety Rules

  • Players MUST wear a helmet at all times, Snoopy's Home Ice has helmets, but feel free to bring you own. Kneepads, elbow pads and mouthpieces are recommended, but not supplied.
  • Sliding and/or  checking  are prohibited while playing.
  • Brooms must be kept below the waist at all times.
  • Throwing the stick at the ball or to the ice surface is illegal.
  • Kicking the broomball is illegal. But, you may use your foot to stop the ball.
  • Broomballs above waist height can be stopped with hands and dropped to the ice. Don’t catch and throw the ball or bring your stick up. The only player who may handle or move the ball forward with the hands is the goalie. The goalie may move the ball forward as long as he keeps it below everyone’s waist. Don’t throw the ball over players’ heads.
  • Stick swinging near the goalie is dangerous and should be avoided.
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