33rd Annual Tournament of Mud – Parade and Mud Bowl

NORTH CONWAY — Mud Bowl, the championships of mud football, will celebrate a theme of “Mud Bowl Takes a Muddy Look at Children’s Books” when the mud touch football games splash off at Steve Eastman Memorial Field at North Conway’s Hog Coliseum the weekend after Labor Day, Friday through Sunday, Sept. 11 through 13. The theme will be used by participants in the team and the open class for the 33rd Tournament of Mud Parade, set for North Conway’s Main Street Saturday, Sept. 12, at 10 a.m.
The parade is sponsored by longtime Mud Bowl sponsors Amoskeag Beverages, LLC, of Bow, N.H., distributors of Miller Lite Beer.
Prizes are offered for first, second and honorable mention in the Open and Team Classes. Prizes are awarded to the winners’ charity of choice. Prize amounts are $250, $150 and $100.
Groups should register with parade chair Bobbi Steele-Marotta by Sept. 1 For more information, and for registration forms, call her at (603) 496-4404 or e-mail her at bsm613@gmail.com, or contact parade assistant Josh Snell at jsnell@svmsnellbros.com. or (603) 986-5214.

Mt. Washington Valley Mud Bowl


2015 MUD BOWL SEPT 11-13 ‘A Muddy Look at Children’s Books’
NORTH CONWAY, N.H. — The 2015 Mud Bowl, the championships of mud football, is set to return to North Conway’s Hog Coliseum Friday through Sunday, Sept. 11 through 13. Three-day tickets are $15; day tickets are $6 ages 14 and up, and $4 ages 6 to 13; family tickets (two adults, two children) are $15 per day. Advance tickets can be purchased at the North Conway Community Center, The North Conway Day Care, MWV Chamber, Home Run Sports Training Center, The Met, and North Conway Hannaford. The Tournament of Mud Parade returns Saturday at 10 a.m.


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