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$100 Weekly Wednesday Night Cornhole
'Tis something we started about a month or more ago and has been well received.  Every Wednesday night at 8p, we host a Cornhole Tournament for 2-person teams with a $100 CASH PAYOUT for the winners.  A few other key points:
  • NO FEE to enter - just show up and have a good time
  • Please show up a bit before 8p to get registered and ready
  • The tournament is weather-permitting - but we've only had one rainout so far
  • Games are played on the Patio
  • All other standard rules apply and are available on-site for more information
Live Music - September
September is here and the temps are coolin' off - 'n that means 'tis a perfect time for chillin' on the patio with live music serenadin' your dinner 'n drinks.  Many of you have enjoyed our new Paddy O' Bar. If ya haven't been by for a while, come 'n check it out.  If ya have 'n ya loved it, remember in a few short months we're gonna be winterizin' it and shuttin' it let's all squeeze what we can from the remainin' great nights of the fall season.
Here's a fave pic from earlier this year - you can see the bar and dual TVs in the background.  Come have a sit 'n watch a game or listen to tunes -- or both!
The September schedule is already underway, so here's a look at who's playin' now through the end o' the month.  Once October hits, we'll be more "play by ear", if ya get the pun, based on weather mostly.  
Thursday, Sept 13:  CB Wry - acoustic (pictured)
Friday, Sept 14:  Phil Vandel
Saturday, Sept 15:  Garry Lincoln
Thursday, Sept 20:  CB Wry - acoustic 
Friday, Sept 21:  Tyler Lyon (pictured)
Saturday, Sept 22:  Andy DeWitt
Thursday, Sept 27:  Ethan Ridings
Friday, Sept 28:  Dallas Lybarger
Saturday, Sept 29:  Miners Bluff Band
After that, we'll be schedulin' more music as the weather and musician schedulin' permits. So stay tuned to our social media and check out our website to get the latest lineup!
~~~~~  Final Words for Family 'n Friends ~~~~~
Always remember to forget
The troubles that passed away
But never forget to remember
The blessings that come each day.
Paddy O'Quigley's