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AUGUST 15, 2013
Volume 9, Number 2
Sports Core terminates contract with tennis program management provider Members of Kohler’s Sports Core Health & Racquet Club received a letter in August from manager Jason Keller notifying them of the club’s difficult decision to terminate its contract with Peter Burwash International (PBI), which has provided tennis management services to the Sports Core since 1986. With the termination of the contract with PBI, current tennis professionals Kip Koross and Art Santos will no longer be on staff at Sports Core. As of September 7, 2013 Sports Core will assume direct management of its tennis program with consultation provided by Precision Club Management, a branch of College Park Athletic Club (CPAC), which was founded in 1977 in Deerfield, Illinois. CPAC, one of the largest tennis programs in the country, has a network of ten clubs across the Midwest in Illinois, Wisconsin, and Indiana and hosts more than 50 tournaments each year, including top level junior tournaments. It has
produced top player like Andrea Yaeger (#2 WTA ranking) and Brendan Evans (#1 junior world ranking) and continues to be a place where current pros both train and work. “Art and Kip have spent countless hours teaching our members about the game of tennis. Their passion and love of the game have not wavered in the combined 45 years they have served Sports Core members and guests,” said Keller. “Because of these outstanding gentlemen, the decision to terminate our management agreement with Peter Burwash is one of the most difficult ones we have ever had to make, however, with the majority of our tennis revenue going directly to PBI, we are limited in the degree to which we can grow the game - and subsequently our business. While we look forward to the future of tennis at Sports Core, we are grateful for Art’s and Kip’s contributions and will miss them dearly” Art Santos is a graduate of the
University of Hawaii at Hilo, where he obtained a B.A. in Liberal Studies and Teaching Certification in Elementary Education. He was the Hawaii State Collegiate Champion in singles and doubles, and was voted Athlete of the Year, holding the number one ranking in men's singles in Hawaii for five Art Santos years. Through PBI, Santos has managed tennis programs in Hong Kong, Malaysia, China, the United Arab Emirates, Sultanate of Oman, Italy, Austria, Germany, Switzerland, St. Kitts, St. Maarten, Nevis and in the United States. Art also participates in the Peter Burwash International Tennis Show, sometimes referred to as the “Harlem Globetrotters of Tennis,” performing in 95 countries. Boniface (Kip) Koross, who was born and raised in Kenya, began his tennis career in Kenya and first came to the United States on a ten-
nis scholarship at Midwestern State University in Texas. There he played the number one position on his college team and received a B.S. in biology. He was also Kip Koross selected to represent his country at the World University Games in Mexico, and after graduation, played competitively on the U.S. Penn Circuit before joining PBI. Through PBI, Koross has taught or coached junior teams in China, India, Hawaii, Austria, Germany and Spain, and is able to teach tennis in English, German, Spanish and Swahili. He has been a longtime resident of Kohler with his wife, Toni, and two sons Aidan and Evan. Aidan currently plays tennis for the University of Dayton, and has competed in USTA Men’s Pro Circuit tournaments. The following is a summary of the incoming tennis program through Precision Club Management’s consultation:
Brian Wu- Tennis Management Consultant (Precision Club Management) Brian is co-founder of Precision Club Management, a leading tennis club management and consulting company in the nation. Brian oversees the operations of College Park Athletic Club East, College Park Athletic Club West, and Forest City Tennis Center, all of which are owned/managed by Precision Club Management. As the flagship club, CPAC employs over 50 tennis instructors and personal trainers. Among its 2000 members are 1700 tennis players, including a junior program of 1200 tennis players. Brian also serves on the Board of the Chicagoland Indoor Tennis Association, as well as the Tennis Center at Sandpoint, Seattle's first Public Indoor Tennis Center. In addition to running the dayto-day management and consulting operations at Precision, Brian also continues to teach 10-12 hours of Continued on page 8
Sheboygan Lutheran-Kohler Central Lakeshore Conference Champion’s
Photo courtesy of David Jablonski
Front from left: Jacob Berg, Jacob Muth, Charlie Tobin, Phil Case, Michael Chorowicz, Josh Pingel, Justin Landgraf. Back: Coach Tim Muth, Paul Vicente, Brian Kronstedt, Calvin Stefanczyk, Noah Fink, Jacob Wickert, Nate Tures, Eric Bauer, Coach Drew Powers
By Suzanne Fink The Sheboygan Lutheran Kohler Varsity Baseball team wrapped up the Central Lakeshore Conference title July 3rd with an 11-1 win over Elkhart Lake. "Winning our conference is always a priority for us," said head coach Tim Muth. "A regular season championship identifies the team that played the best baseball from late May until now. Although we hit a few bumps in the road, to finish 13-5 in conference play, we are proud of what we accomplished this season. The CLC has strong teams, talented ball players and excellent coaches and to win is quite an honor.” The Crusaders hit .333 as a team, living up to expectations at the plate. The big hitters-Nate Tures, Calvin
Stefanczyk and Noah Fink emerged with the bat and set the stage for others around them like Phil Case, Paul Vicente and Charlie Tobin to make noise offensively. On defense, Bauer, Case and Tures consistently made the routine plays in the infield while Tobin, Wickert and Vicente executed the fundamentals in the outfield making for easy outs and wins. The pitcher/catcher duo of Stefanczyk-Fink was a huge piece of Lutheran-Kohler’s success this year. Stefanczyk had 7 wins and 1 loss in conference play. With all but one returning Senior from this year’s starting line-up, you can expect great things for next year’s team. Congratulations boys! Several players were named
to this year’s All-Central Lakeshore Conference Roster. The First Team line-up included pitcher Calvin Stefanczyk (junior); catcher Noah Fink (sophomore); infielder Nate Tures (senior). Second Team nominations went to outfielder Paul Vicente (junior); and infielder Phil Case (junior). Honorable Mention: outfielder Charlie Tobin (sophomore); and infielder Jacob Muth (sophomore). Three players were also named to the Wisconsin Baseball Coaches Association AllState roster. Calvin Stefanczyk and Noah Fink earned Honorable Mention and Nate Tures was named to the First-team All-State Academic roster with a GPA of 3.75 or better.
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Fall Follies an Annual â€œFunâ€?raiser to be held October 11 The Kohler School Foundation is excited to invite the entire community on Friday, October 11, 2013 to Fall Follies. This yearâ€™s â€œDiamonds and Denimâ€? themed evening is designed for casual elegance with fantastic live entertainment and a silent and live auction benefitting the students at Kohler Schools. Last yearâ€™s Fall Follies saw its best attendance yet with well over 300 guests. This year, with the cooperation of corporate sponsors and community, the Foundation expects an overwhelming turnout. Hosted at the American Club, the live sounds of the Eddie Butts Band will entertain with musical talent that spans several genres. The annual fundraiser, in its seventh year, has grown each year to help raise funds beyond the annual budget of the school. In the past year alone, the Kohler School Foundationâ€™s Annual Fund has been able to provide funding for two complete mobile laptop labs, overhead projection units and additional Smart Board technology for faculty, high school advisory team building events including experiential leadership training for Senior students, and business training through Junior Achievement to its Milwaukee facilities where elementary and middle school students learn how businesses function in a real-world setting. All of these initiatives were made possible from the generosity of its donors at the Fall Follies event. Reserved seating is $37.50 per person and if desired, friends may gather together to reserve an entire table of eight. Invitations will be in the mail shortly, but will also be found in the Kohler Schoolâ€™s district office. Anyone may purchase tickets or make a donation online by visiting the website at www.kohlerschoolfoundation.org.
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Summer Rec. Dept. tennis program wrapup By Brad Hoffmann This summer the Kohler Recreation Department added a popular tennis program to its lineup of youth programs. Ten and Under Tennis, also called â€œquick startâ€? tennis, and Futures Team Tennis are sponsored and promoted by the United States Tennis Association as its preferred method of tennis instruction for beginning players age 12 and under. 10 and Under Tennis divides beginning players into three age groups â€“ 6 and under, 7/8, and 9/10. Play takes place on a modified shortened court with a lower net and low-compression balls. All players receive a brand new age-appropriate racquet and lessons are designed to promote hand-eye coordination, movement and agility, and basic stroke development. Futures Team Tennis is for players 11-12 years old that are transitioning between the beginner and intermediate skill levels. Futures players play on a full-sized court but use a â€œgreen dotâ€?, or lower compression ball. All Futures players receive a brand new adult-sized racquet. Futures players continue to work on their technique, movement, and tactics through drills and match-play situations. 10 and Under and Futures Team Tennis makes the game more accessible - and more fun - by allowing kids to continue to develop their game in a fun team atmosphere. Three 8-day sessions were offered this summer and more than 90 kids from the area participated. Participants are instructed by area high school tennis players who
offer encouragement and tips on improving on-court skills. Also back again this year was USTA Junior Team Tennis. The program is sponsored by the Sheboygan County Tennis Association and all matches are played at the Kohler School courts and the Sports Core. JTT is a 6-week, com-
petitive team format tennis league. Players are matched up each week in singles, doubles, and mixed doubles matches. Play is sanctioned through the USTA and all matches are reported to the USTA website. Three levels of play were offered â€“ 14â€™s Intermediate, 18â€™s Intermediate, and 18â€™s Advanced. More than
70 kids from Sheboygan, Kohler, Plymouth, Sheboygan Falls, and Manitowoc participated in the league. Tennis is a sport that gets kids moving, improves balance, agility and hand-eye coordination, and can teach self-confidence and selfassurance. Itâ€™s a lifetime sport that
can be enjoyed by players of all abilities. See you on the courts!! For more information on local tennis opportunities and USTA programs, including 10 and Under Tennis, Futures Team Tennis, and Junior Team Tennis, contact Brad Hoffmann at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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Fifth and sixth grade boys place first in Kyle J. Neurohr Memorial Scholarship Baseball Tournament The Kohler Blue Bombers fifth and sixth grade boyâ€™s baseball team placed first in the second annual Kyle J. Neurohr Memorial Scholarship Baseball Tournament on Saturday, July 20, 2013. The
team beat the Sheboygan River Dogs, Sheboygan Falls and Plymouth to win the tournament. Kyle Neurohr, the tournamentâ€™s namesake, was a 2009 graduate of Sheboygan North High School
who was tragically killed in a car accident in October of 2010. The tournament was created by his parents to honor Kyle and help sustain a scholarship that has been set up in his name.
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Kohler 7th/8th graders end season undefeated champions
Front from left: Coach Mark Hansen, Carter Gebler, Tyler Ruminski, Parker Hansen, Chase Ducharme, Eli Sloan, Coach Tom Ducharme. Back: Ben Heinz, Tyler Roeder, Carter Knuth, Joe Conklin, Henry Jacobson, Ben Herold, Trent Stock, P.J. Elmendorf, Lori Neurohr, Scott Neurohr. Not pictured: Matt Jacobson
Kohler HS boys soccer team holds scrimmage against alumni The Kohler High School Boys Varsity Soccer team wrapped up two-a-day practices with a scrimmage against soccer alumni on July 31st. There were ten former players who came back to play with the varsity team on their last day of pre-season practices. â€œIt
was great to see everyone,â€? said Head Coach Scott Feltner. â€œThis is a long standing tradition and we have always had a great turnout. In the past five years, eight of our alumni have gone on to play college soccer. Itâ€™s a fantastic opportunity for our current players to
meet and play with guys who have had so much success in the sport both in high school and college.â€? The alumni represented four The Kohler 7th/8th Grade Boys conference championships, six Baseball team finished a very sucWIAA Regional championships, a cessful season ending the year unWIAA Sectional Championship, defeated and champions of the and a state final appearance. Mid-Shore Baseball League. Players on the team were Alex Phillips, Ashton Elmendorf, Ben Maki, Ben Tengowski, Brady Stefanczyk (not
pictured), Caleb Adams, Jim Conklin, Josiah Boyd, Lucas Knuth, Luke Silvestri, Matt Childs, Michael Kral, Michael Stock, Nick Falconer and Sean Farrell. The team was coached by Marcus Knuth, John Elmendorf, Scott Silvestri and Steve Boyd.
Seventh grade girls 3-on-3 basketball team takes second in Gus Macker The Pace Makers, a 3-on-3 bas- (Kohler) and Marlee Strysick ketball team of seventh grade girls (Cleveland). The girls competed in from Kohler and the Village of a total of six games over the two Cleveland took second place at the day tournament, winning four of Gus Macker tournament that was the games, and falling to the first held on August 4 in Sheboygan. place team twice. The team was Team members included Sami coached by Bridgitt and Steve Renzelmann (Kohler), Cecelia Zielke. feated them earlier in the year. The Zielke (Kohler), Alyssa Frey Falcons got off to a poor start falling behind 8-1 before a furious rally in the final two innings made the score 8-7. Halverson finished the year in the on deck circle as the last out was made with men on second and third. â€œAll in all it was a wonderful season and it marked the first time in school history that Falls had been to state for baseball three years in a row. Halverson has a lot of wonderful memories we will never forget,â€? said Pat Halverson, father of Ryan. Alyssa Frey, Sami Renzelmann, Marlee Strysick, and Cecelia Zielke
Halverson makes third straight trip to State Ryan Halverson, a Kohler resident who graduated from Sheboygan Falls High School capped off his senior baseball season with a trip to the state tournament. In the sectional semifinal against Two Rivers, Halverson was the starting pitcher for the Sheboygan Falls Falcons and kept Two Rivers at bay while the Falcons cruised to an easy 122 win in five innings. Halverson got the win and also score three
runs in the decisive victory. In the championship game against the Kewaskum Indians Halverson was two for two at the plate and with an RBI as the Falcons defeated Kewaskum 3-1 to earn their third straight trip to state in a tight hard fought con-
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Kohler pool annual KPAL swim meet held August 1 There were over 30 participants ranging in age from 4-14 years old. Grace UCC School Year Schedule Grace United Church of Christ, 500 School Street, Kohler, announces its school year schedule. From September 8 through June 1, 2014 the people of Grace United Church of Christ will worship at both 8 & 10 a.m. on Sundays, with a church school program for children, 4 years of age through grade 8 starting at 8:45. Throughout the year the Sr. Choir, under the direction of Audrey Braatz, will provide a variety of musical experiences twice a month, and the Children’s Choir will sing once a month. Both choirs sing only at the 10:00 service. Child care is also available only during the 10:00 service following a children’s time in
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Sports Core, tennis each week. Brian was certified by the USPTA in 2003. He was a nationally ranked junior player, Maryland State Champion in Doubles (1998) and a four-time conference champion (CCIW) at Wheaton College (IL). Sean Moran- Head Tennis Professional Sean was born and raised in the Chicagoland area and was a nationally ranked junior player in both singles and doubles (Top 2 in Chicago, Top 10 in Midwest, Top 100 in US). He was also recipient of Sportsmanship Awards at both the Midwest and National level. Sean went on to be the #1 player at Western Illinois University (NCAA Division I). As a coach, Sean worked at several of the top
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tennis academies in the Chicagoland area, including College Park Athletic Club, the Lincolnshire Tennis Club and the Forest View Racquet Club. He coached many nationally ranked junior players, which Sean began working with from a young age. He was the Junior Davis Cup Coach for the Chicago District in 2008, and developed many of his students to play Division I college tennis. Sean also has significant experience organizing Adult Tennis Teams and programs, as well as hosting competitive USTA Tournaments that draw top tennis players from around the region. Andrew Bayliss- Assistant Tennis Professional Andrew was born and raised in
Sheboygan and has played tennis at Sports Core since his youth. Andrew played high school tennis for Coach Vorpahl at Sheboygan North, where he reached the podium at the State Tournament three times, highlighted by a thirdplace finish in Division-I Singles. Upon graduation, Andrew played for one year at Butler University and then transferred to UW-Whitewater. As a Warhawk, Andrew set the single-season wins record and won over 150 matches in 3 years, playing both singles and doubles. His team reached the Sweet 16 in the Division-III NCAA Tournament and finished the 2012 season ranked 18th - the best finish in school history. Andrew was a twotime team captain and MVP. In addition to his playing experience,
Andrew is a USPTR certified Tennis Instructor who has coached most of the top players in the Sheboygan area in addition to coaching for several years at UW-Whitewater tennis camps. Kim Evans- Assistant Tennis Professional Kim has taught tennis for 20 years and during that time has developed teaching methods that stress “fast track results” for individuals looking for immediate improvement in the level of their game. His lessons concentrate on “match play” type drills and a strategic understanding of a player’s strengths/weaknesses and how to best utilize those strengths for better results. Kim's playing background includes two years as
Food & Wine Experience line-up uncorked
It is time to announce the celebrity chef line-up for the 13th Annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience held on Thursday, October 17 through Sunday, October 20. This year’s headliners are Cat Cora, Fabio Viviani, Jacques & Claudine Pepin, Tony Mantuano, Stella Artois Chef Bart Vandaele, The Beekman Boys, and Christopher Kimball and his team from America's Test Kitchen. The weekend event held at various locations throughout the Village brings the best in food, wine and spirits and the top culinary celebrities and specialists from around the world for interactive culinary demonstrations, tastings and happenings for a flavorful experience. Tickets are on sale now for the four-day extravaganza of food and wine. Call (855) 444-2838 for more information. Like us on Facebook and Twitter to get up-to-the-minute event announcements. More to uncork soon! [w] KohlerFoodandWine.net [f] facebook.com/AmericanClub [t] @TheAmericanClub #KohlerFoodWine
Main Stage Events include:
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 17 The Beekman Boys Celebrity Beer Luncheon 12:00 - 1:30pm Brent Ridge and Josh Kilmer-Purcell are the founders of Beekman 1802, a company based around their 60-acre farm in upstate New York. Embracing this lifestyle, The Beekman Boys make their recipes based on three things: they are delicious, simple to make, and the ingredients are readily available. Join them for a threecourse meal where they will share stories about their reality show and being champions of The Amazing Race. Courses will be paired with delicious Belgian beers presented by Marc Stroobrandt. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 18 Stefano Viglietti 10am Join Stefano as he prepares dishes inspired by his many trips to Italy and featured in his restaurant Il Ritrovo.
America’s Test Kitchen Perfecting Two American Classics Noon There are always great results when America’s Test Kitchen starts to cook. Join three of the cast members as they cook and share tips on perfecting two classic Americana recipes: Chili and Butterscotch Pudding. Audience members will receive samples prepared by the chefs. Tony Mantuano Classic Roman Pastas 2pm Chef Tony Mantuano educates on all things pasta, highlighting a few of his favorite Roman pasta dishes. Jacques and Claudine Pépin Fast Food My Way 4pm Jacques and Claudine will prepare a selection of beautiful dishes showcasing that good food doesn’t have to take a long time. Jacques brings his decades of cooking experience and cookbook writing to the stage. Grand Tasting 5:30pm Find your new favorite wines during
this tasting served by knowledgeable wine exhibitors at the 13th annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience weekend. When you taste a wine you especially enjoy, you can purchase a bottle on the spot. A selection of these wines will also be available at Woodlake Market while supplies last. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 19 Cat Cora 10am Celebrity Chef Cat Cora makes her debut performance on the Kohler Food & Wine Experience Main Stage. An alumnus of Iron Chef America and Around the World in 80 Plates, she specializes in Greek and Mediterranean cooking styles. Jacques and Claudine Pépin Bistro Classics Noon Joined by his daughter, Claudine, Jacques will feature recipes from his homeland and preferred style of cooking. These dishes will be reminiscent of a classic French bistro! Fabio Viviani 2pm Florence-born, Top Chef: All Stars contestant, restaurateur and host of
the #1 ranked player in the Florida section in the Men's 45 Division. He also played on the Florida Inter-Sectional Team that competed against other USTA Sections in Tucson, AZ. Kim was the Men's Varsity Coach for Fond du Lac High School for the past seven years and was recently appointed men’s and women’s Head Varsity Coach at the University of WisconsinOshkosh. Additionally, Kim is president of the management consulting firm “Managing for Results.” In his position, which he now works on a part-time basis, he specializes in the areas of customer service, management and organizational development and the recruiting/selection of professional candidates.
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Chow Ciao!, the Italian chef Fabio Viviani will be sharing tips and recipes from his cookbook Fabio’s Italian Kitchen. Bart Vandaele and Marc Stroobrandt Stella Artois Cooking and Beer Demonstration 4pm Bart Vandaele of Belga Café pairs up with Stella’s beer sommelier to present Belgian recipes to complement a variety of Belgian beers. The Belgian tradition of culinary invention and improvisation, combined with a love of hospitality, has resulted in an interest in finding the perfect match between beer and food, a science they call “Cuisine à la Bière.” Grand Tasting 5:30pm Find your new favorite wines during this tasting served by knowledgeable wine exhibitors at the 13th annual Kohler Food & Wine Experience weekend. When you taste a wine you especially enjoy, you can purchase a bottle on the spot. A selection of these wines will also be available at Woodlake Market while supplies last.
THIS MONTH’S CALENDAR OF EVENTS Mini Ice Cream Flights Tuesdays from 2-4pm (through August 31) Craverie Chocolatier Café Enjoy a special offer on mini ice cream cones and make it a flight of three! Buy 2 get the 3rd free - $1.50 per Mini Cone. Exhibit: Wisconsin Wood Through October 6 ARTspace — A Gallery of the John Michael Kohler Arts Center From the utilitarian, but exquisite, breadboards of Edward Wohl to the sinuous shapes of Richard Judd’s furniture, WISCONSIN WOOD features the work of four Wisconsin artists. For more information call 920-4528602. Scotch Tasting at Whistling Straits August 15, 2013 3-5pm
Whistling Straits Irish Pub will host a delightful afternoon tasting of Scotches presented by Wirtz Beverage. Complimentary Event Try Kendama, Win a Prize! Through August 31, Complimentary Intentions Kendama is a traditional Japanese ball-andcup game that is quickly becoming an obsession in the United States. Stop in and qualify for a chance to win a $50.00 Intentions Gift Certificate, just for trying Kendama. Win a prize, just for trying. Land the ball in a cup, or on the spike, and win a deluxe prize. Everyone’s a winner! And everyone who plays is eligible to enter our Grand Prize Drawing for a $50.00 Intentions Gift Certificate. No purchase necessary. See store for details. 920-4579543
Ladies Only After Hours August 22, 5-7:30pm Kacia We’ll be open late to celebrate great fall fashion! Our ladies night out will begin at 5pm sharp and will go until 7:30pm. We will be including a 15% discount on all fall apparel*. Bring a friend, and you will save even more, 20% off for both people! Enjoy complimentary refreshments as well as a night out with the girls. Open late to make you look great! *sale items not apply *discounts may not be combined. 920-458-9121 Vodka Tasting August 29, 3-5pm, Free Whistling Straits Irish Pub A delightful afternoon tasting of Vodkas presented by Wirtz Beverage. Kidz Ice Cream Social
August 31, Noon-1:30pm, $3.50 The Greenhouse at The American Club Scoops of excitement and sprinkles of fun. SPORTS CORE SPECIALS AND CLASSES For more information, pricing details and to register call Sports Core at 920-4574444. Studio Practice with Sue Alby: Wednesday, August 28, 6:45-8:45pm TRX & Fitness Classes: A variety of classes and boot camps available, complete schedule available at Sports Core Reception Desk Pro Shop at Sports Core: Pro Shop Blowout Sale, through August 18 The Pro Shop is celebrating in August with its BLOWOUT SALE! Shoppers are welcome to take advantage of merchandise savings up to
50%. Sale merchandise will be moved to the lobby for your shopping convenience. Salon at Sports Core: Enjoy a complimentary feather extension with all Back to School haircuts. Valid the month of August. YOGA ON THE LAKE SPECIALS AND CLASSES For more information, pricing details and to register call Yoga on the Lake at 920453-2817. SUP Friday Workshop: August 20, 10:30am12:30pm, $65 SUP Saturday Workshop: August 17, 9-11, 11:30-1pm, 2-4pm, $65 The SUP Dog Days of Summer Tiki Party: Friday, August 23, 5:30-8:30pm, $30
Published on Nov 16, 2013