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Celebrate Father's Day with a Game of Vintage Base Ball at Vintage Prices!

June 2, 2012

1860's Rules Vintage Base Ball Game: Greenbush Dead Cities vs. Milwaukee Grays

Sandy Knoll County Park
2064 Wallace Lake Rd.
Town of Trenton

June 16, 2012 5:00 pm

The Washington County HIstorical Society will be hosting a Vintage Base Ball game in honor of all fathers on June 16, 2012 at Sandy Knoll County Park located at 2064 Wallace Lake Road in the Town of Trenton. The Greenbush Dead Cities and the Milwaukee Grays square off under 1860s Base Ball rules. The game where the batter tells the pitcher how to throw the ball and a catch after one bounce is an out!

Enjoy 1860s entrance fees of 10¢ per person with a Fathers Day special of 5¢ for dads! Listen to the River City Irregulars at 5pm and enjoy hot dogs and ice cream. The game begins at 5:30 pm Buy a raffle ticket for a chance to win the Split-the-Pot raffle!

All proceeds benefit the Washington County Historical Society. Sponsored by Glacier Hills Credit Union.

For more inforamtion contact the Washington County Historical Society at, 262-335-4678 or checkout our website and facebook pages at and

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