Tuesday, October 15, 2013
Wednesday, November 10, 2010
Thursday, November 4, 2010
This year's Repeal Day is shaping up to be another swanky affair and will sell out early. Tickets are $30 and available at
Abracadabra Styling Salon
and through mail order (Checks payable to "Shenango River Watchers":
5071 East State Street
Hermitage, PA 16146
Get them while you can.
Wednesday, November 3, 2010
Once again, The Brotherhood Of Appreciating Repeal Day (B.O.A.R.D.) is happy to announce... their 2010 Repeal Day Celebration and Benefit Beer Taste with proceeds benefiting the Shenango River Watchers.
4th Annual Repeal Day Celebration and Beer Taste Benefit.
Sunday, December 5th - The Beer taste pours from 4 to 7pm with a cash
bar open during and later into the evening.
The Corinthian, 47 Vine Street, Sharon, PA 16146
The event will raise money for the Shenango Valley River Watchers while promoting an appreciation for fine craft beers made available through local beer distributors and microbreweries.
The B.O.A.R.D. (The Brotherhood Of Appreciating Repeal Day)
The history behind the B.O.A.R.D. ...
The B.O.A.R.D. is a loosely affiliated fraternal organization founded by a small group of friends who enjoyed good beer and good times with higher a goal to make Repeal Day an annual celebration with a noble cause.
Repeal Day marks the repeal of the 18th amendment to our constitution, representing the end of a 13 yearlong ban on the manufacture, sale, and transport of alcoholic beverages in the United States. With the help of several local distributors and microbreweries, we have put together Western PA's fourth annual Repeal Day celebration since 1933. Participants will enjoy samples of a 50 craft brews poured by experts that pride themselves on the craft. Participants are also encouraged to dress in 30s era attire as the Walnut Lodge Players and live music from Max Schang and the Gypsy Swingers promise to make it a party of true 1933 proportions. The Gypsy Swingers play the 1930's style music of French Gypsy guitarist Django Reinhardt, an infectious foot-tappin' swing, played on acoustic and electric instruments. The group blends the jubilant swing of early New Orleans Jazz with the deep passion of gypsy music, accompanied by female vocals, period style drums, swingin' piano and upright bass.
A light dinner as well as a silent auction of beer paraphernalia will provide diversions for all.
The Shenango River Watchers are a non-profit watershed group founded to clean up, preserve and protect the environmental, scenic and recreational attributes of the Shenango River. For more information about the River Watchers visit their website at