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Event: 'JAAMM Author: Robert Weintraub'

Arts, Culture & Social
Music, dance, cards & other social activities.
Date: Thursday, October 17, 2013 At 07:30 PM
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Contact Info:
Tickets, (303) 316-6360
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An evening for sports lovers with Robert Weintraub reading from his book about the Golden Age of Baseball just following World War II. With a selection of scotch. At the Elaine Wolf Theater. Tickets $10/$8.

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