Atlanta Petanque LeagueEdit
In March 2018, Peter Gibson founded the Atlanta Petanque League with the goal of providing a support organization for petanque clubs in the greater Atlanta area.
- email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- email: email@example.com
- phone: 770-317-1009
As of May 2018 there are two clubs in the league:
Roswell - Roswell Petanque ClubEdit
- Play 1st and 3rd Saturdays 10am.
- Location: 830 Grimes Bridge Road, Roswell. Courts on left as you enter.
Buckhead - Hanover West Boules ClubEdit
- In the Buckhead area, Jim Askren has a large court in a quiet cul-de-sac.
- email Jim Askren at firstname.lastname@example.org
Athens - Le Boule Dawgs Edit
- As of March 2017 Le Boule Dawgs is no longer active under that name. For more information, see THIS on their Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/LeBouleDawgs
- The successor of Le Boule Dawgs is the Athens Petanque Club (see below).
Athens - Classic City Petanque ClubEdit
- Former Lamorinda Petanque Club member Ron Wallach moved to Athens and started the Athens Petanque Club, which plays in the same location where Le Boule Dawgs used to play. The Athens Petanque Club was later renamed the Classic City Petanque Club.
- For a newspaper article on the club, see THIS and THIS
- Times: Thursday 1:30-3:30, weather permitting
- Location: 585 barber St Athens, GA (map) behind the 1000 Faces Coffee Shop
Marietta - Cyrille Cardona and "Rabelais" dinner groupEdit
- French-born Cyrille Cardona and his American-born wife Courtney have a petanque court behind their house.
- Their French dinner group “Rabelais” (Alexander Monnot, Pierrck Duchassin, Nicolas Philippe) meets once a month at different members homes in the Cobb area.
- Cardona recently installed a pétanque court in the backyard of his home. The Cardonas often entertain around the pétanque court. They recently hosted their French dinner group, “Rabelais,” made up of Francophiles and Francophones that meet once a month at different members homes in the Cobb area. “We do (Rabelais) on a Sunday afternoon so we can play pétanque,” Cardona said. -- article in the Marietta Daily Journal, November 11, 2012