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Important info for the game tonight 9/30/14!!!


Tonight's games are cancelled.  There is a possibility if the weather cooperates we could play tomorrow if there is any interest.  It all depends if the fields are playable, DVT


Here is a message from Bart Neckers after he received the above email from Dick VanTassel. 


If we can't get enough guys for the traditional teams to play tomorrow night, how about seeing who can show up and have a Wednesday night All-Star game?  We could divide up by guys with an even #'d age vs guys with an odd #'d age (or whatever method works) and just have some fun playing ball.  I enjoy my Warrior teammates, but it's extra fun to play alongside people we don't usually get to play with.


Just a thought.  I can be there tomorrow for either version.


Bart Neckers


In a message dated 9/30/2014 12:48:27 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:


Any comments about tomorrow night should be sent to Dick at Carpetowne.










Here is s video from Channel 12 of one of our night festivities at 11 and Hess.  We meet at 5:30 for practice time before the games that start at 6:00.   We are currently playing at 11th and 12 and Hess.  The 11th street field will be renovated  with work on the field and putting up new dugouts and fences for the next year's season,. so if you come looking for a game at this field go to the 13th and Wayne field for the rest of the season.












Hi Codgers. Please send your prayers for Rick and his Family!

For our old Codgers, you may have noticed that Rick Stoutamyer has not been at our practices and our 1st game this year. For our New Codgers, we are more than just a bunch of guy's that get together to play ball!!

Sorry for my absence. My family has had some medical problems this summer. My wife was diagnosed with cancer. Then my father fell and broke his hip and ankle. Now my daughter is hospitalized for treatment for her multiple sclerosis. So I've been running all over the state to help them out. I'm in Philly right now with my daughter. Don't know yet when the dust is going to settle on all this. I do want to play ball this year, but I just can't predict yet when I'll get back to Erie.I will try to keep you posted.

Thanks Guy's, Randy Martin







Chattanooga Times Free Press Click here   repots on how to do CPR with DISCO Music.  Everyone should watch this!!!






 You do not need to belong to watch this video, just click on the link below. Once you are into facebook you will have to scroll down to see Bob getting drenched with ice water!!!









Latest Revision:   August 7, 2014





The softball league was founded on two basic principles – good sportsmanship and good fellowship. 


The league motto shall be “Many are called, All are chosen.”  The league has the right to expect members to embrace and display the highest standards of conduct and ethics, and demand that its members refrain from conduct that could injure the league or its purposes.  This code of conduct and ethics, which appears in Article III, establishes parameters within which members can compete in a positive atmosphere while promoting fair play and sportsmanship.


Failure to comply with this code may result in Discipline, which is dealt with under “Disciplinary Procedure” in Article IV.



Membership is open to any individual who reaches his/her fifty (50th) birthday any time during the calendar year.  Accordingly, anyone who turns 50 at any time during the year may play – even if his/her birthday occurs after the playing season ends.


Membership may not be denied on the basis of race, gender, sexual orientation or physical challenge.



  1.  Each member shall:

  1.  Conduct himself in a manner considered reasonable to community behavior, and befitting a good sport.

  2. Comply with all league rules, and commissioners’ decisions.

  3. Treat all players, officials and spectators with fairness, respect and courtesy.

  4. Not engage in un-sportsman-like activities or in any misconduct while involved in a league activity.

  5. Only discuss their league problems with their manager. Managers then may take their concerns to the next level.


  1. For the purpose of this code, un-sportsman-like conduct includes but is not limited to the following:  (1) unfair, unethical or dishonorable conduct (2) any act which discredits or disgraces the league (3) vulgar, abusive or disrespectful language (4) attempts to intimidate (5) a flagrantly violent act, which could cause injury to an individual (6) taunting (7) persistent violation of any league rule.


  2. Further, the following specific acts are strictly forbidden:  (1) players persistently arguing a team manager’s decisions (2) use of alcohol or smoking tobacco of any form on the playing field, in dugouts or bench areas (3) fighting (4) overt public criticism of a player’s physical and/or mental errors.    






    The Commissioners or coaches will present the proscribed discipline to the offender. 




  1. NSA:  The NSA Rule Book shall be the criterion for all rules not specifically addressed by the rules adopted by this league.  In the event of a conflict between the NSA rules and the rules of this league, which are part of this document, the league rules shall clearly supersede the NSA Rule Book.




  1. SCORING: 

  1. During the 1st through 6th innings, a side will be retired when it makes 3 outs or scores 5 runs, whichever occurs first.  The 5 run rule does not apply during the 7th or higher innings.


  2. If a home run were hit over the outfield fence and that run would account for more than the allotted five (5) runs per inning, the offensive team can only credit five (5) runs.


  3. A player who begins a game will remain in the lineup for the entire game both offensively and defensively.  If a player is injured, he must be removed from the lineup for the remainder of the game.  (The intent of this rule is to discourage substitution of better players in place if poorer players for competitive reasons.)


  4. All players in the lineup must bat. 





  1. Runners who go to a base when a play is being made there will be called out.  The runner is responsible for avoiding all collisions at a base when a play is being made there and must run outside or inside the baseline as necessary to do so.  


  2. Two squares shall be placed on either side 2nd and 3rd bases to denote where an advancing runner is to go in the event of a play.  The runner is responsible for avoiding collisions/contact at the bases.  Failure to comply will result in the runner being called out.  If a base runner advances toward a base or returning to a base misses the base in order to avoid a collision, he shall be considered safe provided that he reaches the carpet prior to the fielder gaining control of the ball while in contact with the base.


  3. Runners going to first base must run to the outer base when a play is being made unless to do so will cause contact.  The fielder must touch the base.



  4. All base runners are allowed to run beside second and third base but must return to touch the base before advancing.


  5. A base runner may overrun any base by making the turn to the next base. In doing so, he is in jeopardy of being put out on a force play when returning to the base.


  6. Unless the base is blocked by a fielder, runners shall touch all bases when advancing.  A player who fails to touch a base is liable to be called out on appeal.


  7. All plays are considered force outs including runners returning to a base after a reverse.


  8. Runners may be tagged out but this is discouraged.


  9. A base runner advancing from 1st to 2nd or 2nd to 3rd or returning to 3rd, 2nd, or 1st may be put out by the fielder touching the base while having possession of the ball before the base runner touches the carpet.


  1. No tag is permitted at home plate; instead a separate home plate is used.  Touching the regular home plate is an automatic out.



  2. NO SLIDING. Automatic out.



  3. When a player is injured, all play stops. Runners continue to the base they were advancing toward and stop there.



  4. In rundowns only one reversal is allowed between bases.  Any movement toward a previously touched base is a reversal but to stop is not a reversal.  Once a reversal is made, the runner must retouch the base he reversed toward before he can advance.  For a double reverse or not retouching the preceding base upon reversing, the runner shall be declared out immediately and play shall be stopped; however runners may advance at their own risk.



  5. Runners who are returning to a base may overrun said base.


  6. Base runners may advance a maximum of one base beyond the one they are going to on an overthrow into the dugout or out of the field of play.


  7. Runners who leave the base before a ball is hit are OUT!




  1. No player will have a courtesy runner without his permission.


  2. A courtesy runner shall not be used because a person is slow.



  3. The courtesy runner, running from Home to 1st, will start facing the Backstop, behind an imaginary line extended from the Left Field Foul Line and may advance as far as play will allow.

  4. The courtesy runner will be the batter who made the last out unless that batter used a courtesy runner and/or is unable to run. Then it will be the next previous batter who made an out.  If it is a new inning the runner will be the individual who made the last out in the previous inning.  There is no limit on courtesy runners per inning.


  5. If the leadoff batter in the first inning of a game requires a courtesy runner, that runner shall be the player furthest down in the lineup who is able to run.  For example, the leadoff batter in a game is unable to run and the player furthest down in the lineup who bats 13th is unable to run, then the 12th player in the lineup becomes the courtesy runner, if he is able to run.


  6. A player may not be used as courtesy runner more than one time per inning.


  7. If a player being used as a courtesy runner is the scheduled batter, he shall be replaced on base and take his turn batting.






  1. Only six (6) players are permitted to be on the dirt portion of the infield in line with the baselines.  More than six (6) players in the infield will result in the runners being awarded one (1) base on the pitch.


  2. Deep outfielders must remain outside of the NO-FLY ZONE until a pitched ball is hit or crosses home plate.   



  3. An additional outfield rover will be added to make a total of 6 outfielders. At no time will there be more than 3 outfielders on the right field or left field side of an imaginary line extending from home plate through second base to the center field fence.


  4. The maximum number of defensive players shall be thirteen (13.)  Managers shall make reasonable efforts to have thirteen (13) players per team but may agree to play with less than thirteen (13).  Both teams shall use the same number of defensive players.



  1. GENERAL RULES:       


  1. LENGTH OF GAME:  All games are seven (7) innings unless the teams are tied at the end of seven innings.  Games may be shortened by the managers during inclement weather.


  2. LEGAL PITCH:   A legal pitch for the league shall be a minimum height of six (6) feet from the ground and a maximum of twelve (12) feet.


  3. REQUEST TO CHANGE TEAMS:  A player who wants to change teams must

          submit a written request to the league Commissioner.


  4. BAT WARMERS: Bat warmers will not be permitted.


  1. BASE COACHES: Base coaches must be familiar with Codger rules as they pertain to that function. The First base coach will call Illegal Pitches as well as plays at 1st and Home.  The Third base coach will call all plays at 2nd and 3rd.  The third base coach will call “infield flies”.  A base coach may request assistance from the other base coach if he desires. The decision of these coaches cannot be argued.


If there is no more than one out with runners on first and second, or all three bases and a batter hits a pop fly, in fair territory, on the infield, the 3rd base coach immediately rules it an infield fly, the batter is out. Base runners cannot be forced to advance.

  1. PLAYERS RISK:  Each player must understand that he is playing at his own risk.  The league does not provide team or individual insurance for injuries.  All players must sign a release form.


  2. INSURANCE:  The League provides liability insurance to the City of Erie.


  3. BATTING PLAYERS:  A team must bat all available players who come to the game.


  4. Grey Cup Eligibility: A player must participate in eight (8) games to be eligible to play in the Grey Cup.







  1. WALKS:  As this is a recreational league, intentional walks are not permitted.  Further, all managers are to discourage their pitchers from pitching around a batter.


  1. COMMIT LINE: A commitment line shall be located halfway between third base and home plate extending 6 feet into foul territory.  When a runner touches or crosses the commitment line, the runner must continue home.


  2. CROSSING COMMIT LINE:  Once a runner crosses the Commitment Line, there will be a No Tag play at home plate.  The defensive player must have possession of the ball while touching home plate or the Strike Zone Mat after the runner has crossed the Commitment line but has not touched the Scoring Mat.


  3. SCORING MAT:  A scoring Mat shall be placed 8 feet to the left of home plate in line with the first base line.


  4. STRIKE ZONE:  A mat will cover the pointed section of home plate to designate the    strike zone.


  5. BALLS AND STRIKES:  The catcher will call balls, strikes, and foul balls.  He may request assistance from the 1st or 3rd base coaches as appropriate when he is unable to see whether a ball is foul or fair.  His decision cannot be argued.


  6. PITCHING REGULATIONS:  The Strike Zone Mat will be used.  Legal pitches striking any portion of the mat of plate will be strikes.  The height of a legal pitch from the playing surface must be between 6 and 12 feet.  A batter may swing at an illegal pitch but it may not be called strike if he does not swing at it.


  7. BATTING:  The batter has one strike on him when he comes to the plate.  He is entitled to two more strikes.  A batter can pick up a strike by a called strike, a swing and miss, or a foul ball.  A batter shall walk on four balls. 





  1. DUES COLLECTION:   Each team manager or his designee will collect the league dues from each player and turn it in to the league treasurer after the fourth (4th) game of the season.  A complete team roster will be turned in to the league at the same time.



  2. COMPETITIVE IMBALANCE RESOLUTION:   If the Commissioner feels there is competitive imbalance, it has the right to move volunteer players from team to team.






From Bruce's "Sticky Note Central"
(He Should Have More Sticky Notes On His Dash Board!!!





Subject:Return of 8 Great Tuesday Softball
Reply-To: "Richard Walsh" <>

 Evening League practice for 50 and over "Guys" will begin at 6PM on this Tuesday at 2nd and Cherry...We will also take "Guy's  who are 49 and in the womb and will be 50 by the end of this year can also sign up to play... Once again, we wnat to thank the cooperation from the City of Erie Parks Department.  This will allow us to have a full evening of enjoyment. ...first with softball and then male bonding, including beverages and pizza,  while listening to the music from the amphitheater on the bay.


Thursdays we will play at 11th or 12th and Hess.  Actual field may vary each time.  I suggest you ignore your mothers’ advice, in this one instance, and follow the crowd.


 We expect to be and 2nd & Cherry until the 8 Great Tuesdays are complete at  which time we will advise all where practices will continue.


As the City has cooperated with us, we need to cooperate with the City.   We all must sign the insurance waiver form before stepping onto the field of play.  So please make this a priority when you get to the field.   We’ll have forms for all four teams; so, sign the form for the team you were on last year.  New guys, sign any form and you will be placed on a team later.


Your Friendly Commissioners


Bruce, Randy, DicknDick.


p.s. we would also like for everyoune to also make sure to register on the Erie Codger web site please at  Please make sure to fill in as much info as you can.  It would be great if you have an email and would use this.  Otherwise you will have to either keep an ear open at the field or call carpetowne at 814-445-3981 to find  out any info for games etc...  Also, if your data information changes during the season, please re register so I can update our listing.  Thanks, Randy Martin 814-898-1929



Attention all:  If you want any Codger gear please order it on line.


Our new guy's, our uniform is a jersey and the black hat.   I expect to be paid as I hand over your stuff.  I would like to take care of exchaning gear and money after the games.  If I have to do this before the game I will not have time to warm up for the games! Thanks, Randy Martin


PS. for those who don't have a computer, just give me a call at 814-898-1929 and I will place the order.  Order soon if you want this for Christmas.  You can pick your order up at Carpetowne when it is ready!













April Birthdays:
Bob Dzikowdki, Jim Potter, Rick Schaffnit, Kent Sivillo, Fred Solomon, Bob Sydow, Dick Walsh, Pete Wier 
If we don't have your picture, we've substituted someone who looks like you.
Send us your picture, so we can see the real you (

Who's next?...Keep watching
Enjoy life now - it has an expiration date

 Hey Guys, if you are up early in the morning, go listen Bruce's son Randy Baumann on DEV radio from 6 - 10am. Just click on the picture of DVE above. This will play the radio station live at any time to hear Randy Baumann's show once again from 6 - 10am, enjoy!!!

Dear Codger's,

I (Randy Martin) have been using a cream/gel anti inflaitory that has been working great for me (I use is on my knee, neck, back, muscles)...  I have been giving it out one person at a time (it seems to be working for the guy's I've gave it to them).  I've decided to just put it on the web site for all.

Here is the info on the anti inflammatory cream I was telling you about.  You must get a script from your Dr. for them.  

Phamacy Innovation

2936 West 17th St. Erie, PA 16505


Call the pharmcist there!.  If you would and you get to talk to him, let him know that you got this info from me. He will work with your Dr. t get him the info on the script below.


The compound below is what I call the Hi Test  of anti-inflamatory cream/muscle relaxer/nerve pain. This one  works the best for me!!! 

 Here is a description of the ingredients in the Hi Test gel above.

 Ketoprofen – non steroid anti inflammatory

 Balclofen – muscle relaxer

 Gabapentin – nerve pain med.

Transdermal Gels for Pain,  PLO - Pluronic Lecithin Organogels are used for transdermal delivery of various medications. Medications most commonly used are anti-inflammatories, muscle relaxers, nerve blockers, local anesthetics, hormones and anti-emetics.

When using anti-inflammatories, PLO's deliver a high concentration of the drug to the desired site. Studies have shown up to 100 times higher NSAID synovial fluid concentrations when compared to NSAID blood levels. It allows for quick onset of action, three to five minutes, while bypassing the gastrointestinal tract for those patients at risk of the side effects most commonly seen using oral anti-inflammatories




If you can't make a game - click on, Email Your Coach, under main menu to the left

Guys I am now keeping the current roster sheet up on our web site under the handouts under the main menue to the left. The handouts section is password protected. I will give this password to anyone on the roster if you email me at



it works great!

Just clinck on them map which will let you move your cursor around the map and see what the current
temperatures and weather conditions are in ...
cities all over the

Thank Jim Witsch

Category: Pilot Weather, CWSU National TAF METAR Map Displays of current weather observations and forecasts

Yo Everybody,


This is an encouragement to visit (if you haven't already) the new ARUNDEL Cellars and Brewing Company (in North East), run by longtime friends Marc and Lauri Boettcher.


Those who play in my softball league will remember that not too many years ago Marc tackled and survived a bone marrow transplant.  This little jaunt included 110 days in a hospital.   He and Lauri have been longtime wine makers.  They are remarkable people.  Already their ARUNDEL products have won national recognition.  They have now invested in the complete restoration and modification of an old barn in North East right along Route 20.  It's magnificent.  Not long ago the winery opened, and soon they will brew beer there also.


So I'm encouraging all of us who like good wine, and who can attract new visitors, talk up Arundel.  I'm not a member of the staff...just a support.


Here's the address:  11727 East Main Road, North East.  Phone is 814 725-1079.




Mike Murnock




Trying to send a link for a more recent Kelly article.  It'll give you a lump in the throat.








Don't hesitate to share.  I get lot's of emails and jokes and video from you!  I don't have time to go look for all these things, so THANKS / send me any jokes by clicking on my email address







This video is not a joke, it is serious!!!

About the best naval footage ever. You are right in the gun turret under attack.





If you're not familiar with the work of Steven Wright , he's the famous erudite (comic)  scientist who once said: 


"I woke up one morning, and all of my  stuff had been stolen and replaced by exact  duplicates.


"His mind sees things differently than  most of us do. 


Here are some of his gems.






1      - I'd kill for a Nobel Peace  Prize.


2      - Borrow money from pessimists -- they don't expect it back.


3      - Half the people you know are below average.


4      - 99% of lawyers give the rest a bad name.


5      - 82.7% of all statistics are made up on the spot.


6      - A conscience is what hurts when all your other parts feel so  good.


7      - A clear conscience is usually the sign of a bad memory.


8      - If you want the rainbow, you have got to put up with the rain.


9      - All those who believe in psycho kinesis , raise my hand.


10      - The early bird may get the worm, but the second mouse gets the  cheese.


11      - I almost had a psychic girlfriend...      But she left me before we met.


12      - OK, so what's the speed of dark?


13      - How do you tell when you're out of invisible ink?


14      - If everything seems to be going well, you have obviously overlooked  something.

15      - Depression is merely anger without enthusiasm.


16      - When everything is coming your way, you're in the wrong lane.


17      - Ambition is a poor excuse for not having enough sense to be lazy.


18      - Hard work pays off in the future; laziness pays off now.


19      - I intend to live forever... So far, so good.


20      - If Barbie is so popular, why do you have to buy her friends?


21      - Eagles may soar, but weasels don't get sucked into jet engines.


22      - What happens if you get scared half to death twice?


23      - My mechanic told me, "I couldn't repair your brakes, so I made your horn louder."


24      - Why do psychics have to ask you for your name.


25      - If at first you don't succeed, destroy all evidence that you tried.


26      - A conclusion is the place where you got tired of  thinking.


27      - Experience is something you don't get until just after you need it.


28      - The hardness of the butter is proportional to the softness of the  bread.


29      - To steal ideas from one person is plagiarism ; to steal from many is research.

30      - The problem with the gene pool is that there is no lifeguard .


31      - The sooner you fall behind, the more time you'll have to catch up.


32      - The colder the x -ray table, the more  of your body is required to be on it.


33      - Everyone has a photographic memory; some just don't have film.


34      - If at first you don't succeed, skydiving is not for you.


  And      the all-time favorite:


 35      - If your car could travel at the speed of light, would your headlights work?


 Another wing suit skydiver dies.   Its unbelievable what these guys will  try.

Click below to  watch the video:





If ya don't laugh at this one, check and see if ya got a pulse.  I haven't laughed so hard in a long long time.  Had to watch parts over as I was laughing so hard I would miss some.




Old ladies with spray glue




This is a good one!!




I'm sure that you have seen pharmaceutical

advertising in doctor's offices on everything

from tissues to note pads  This one should get

first prize:



I e-mailed it to my Japanese doctor friend;

he e-mailed back:  "If light stay on more than

4 hour, call erectrician.

(This made me raugh out roud)





Subj: FW: New exam for the nearly elderly !!!




New Senior's Exam, you only need 4 correct out of 10  questions to pass.


1) How long did the Hundred Years' War last?



2) Which country makes Panama hats?



3) From which animal do we get cat gut?



4) In which month do russians celebrate the OctoberRevolution?



5) What is a camel's hair brush made  of?


6) The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named after wha tanimal?




7) What was King George VI's first  name?




8) What colour is a purple finch?



9) Where are Chinese gooseberries  from?




10) What is the colour of the black box in a  commercial airplane?



Remember you need only 4 correct answers to pass.


Check your answers below ...                   



ANSWERS TO THE QUIZ                    


1) How long did the hundred Years War last? 116 years



2) Which country makes Panama hats?  Ecuador



3) From which animal do we get cat gut? Sheep and Horses


4) In which month do Russians celebrate the October Revolution?November


5) What is a camel's hair brush made of? Squirrelfur




6) The Canary Islands in the Pacific are named after what animal? Dogs



7) That was King George VI's first name? Albert



8) What colour is a purple finch? Crimson



9) Where are Chinese gooseberries from?  New Zealand



10) What is the colour of the black box in a commercial airplane? Orange (of course)



What do you mean, you failed?




Me, too!



(And if you try to tell me you passed, you LIED!)



Pass this  on to your brilliant friends.






The Magic Bank Account 
Imagine  that you had won the following *PRIZE* in a contest:      
Each  morning your bank would deposit $86,400 in your
private account for your use. 
However,  this prize has rules:        
The  set of rules:      
1. Everything that you didn't spend during each day would be taken away from
2. You may not simply transfer money into some other


3.  You may only spend it.
4. Each morning upon awakening, the bank opens your
account with another  $86,400 for that day.

5. The bank can end the game without warning; at any time
it can say,“Game Over!"


It can close the account and you will not receive a new one.           
What  would you personally do?        
You  would buy anything and everything you wanted right?
Not only for yourself, but for all the people you love and care for. Even for
people you don't  know, because you couldn't possibly spend it all on yourself, right      
You  would try to spend every penny, and use it all,
because you knew it would be replenished in the morning, right?
       This GAME is REAL ...
       Shocked? YES!       
       Each  of us is already a winner of this *PRIZE*. We just
can't seem to see it.
      The  PRIZE is *TIME*
1. Each morning we awaken to receive 86,400 seconds as a
gift of life.
2.  And when we go to sleep at night, any remaining time
is NOT credited to us.
3. What we haven't used up that day is forever lost.      


4.  Yesterday is forever gone.
5. Each morning the account is refilled, but the bank can
dissolve your account at any time WITHOUT WARNING...

SO, what will YOU do with your 86,400 seconds?

Those  seconds are worth so much more than the same amount in
Think  about it and remember to enjoy every second of your
life, because time  races by so much quicker than you think. 
 So  take care of yourself, be happy, love deeply and enjoy

Here's wishing you a wonderful and beautiful day.










The effects of immigration.  Well worth while watching  






Erie Codger League 2012 and 2010

September 7, 2010

Erie Codgers League, Top picture, September 6th 2012, Bottom picture September 7th 2010, opening day,
with a special appearance by Barry Grossman(Suit on left) and Jerry Mifsud(Suit on right) in the bottom picture.

DRAWINGS by Rick Rickgauer

Guy's, I do portraits in watercolor. They run $250 for a couple or $200 for a single. I'd appreciate it. Thanks, Rick Rickgauer 814-873-8377 or



Upcoming Games

Thursday,  Oct 2
2014 Viagra
WALT'S WARRIORS @ BOYZ OF SUMMER 6:00pm 13th and Wayne
ZEKE'S ZOMBIES @ THE NATURALS 7:30pm 13th and Wayne
Tuesday,  Oct 7
2014 Viagra
ZEKE'S ZOMBIES @ WALT'S WARRIORS 6:00pm 13th and Wayne
THE NATURALS @ BOYZ OF SUMMER 7:30pm 13th and Wayne
Thursday,  Oct 9
2014 Viagra
ZEKE'S ZOMBIES @ BOYZ OF SUMMER 6:00pm 13th and Wayne
THE NATURALS @ WALT'S WARRIORS 7:30pm 13th and Wayne
Tuesday,  Oct 14
2014 Viagra
WALT'S WARRIORS @ BOYZ OF SUMMER 6:00pm 13th and Wayne
ZEKE'S ZOMBIES @ THE NATURALS 7:30pm 13th and Wayne
Thursday,  Oct 16
2014 Viagra
BOYZ OF SUMMER @ THE NATURALS 6:00pm 13th and Wayne
WALT'S WARRIORS @ ZEKE'S ZOMBIES 7:30pm 13th and Wayne

For a complete schedule listing, click here!

Upcoming Events

Saturday,  Oct 18
Saturday,  Oct 25

For a complete calendar listing, click here!


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