Drinking Liberally – TOMORROW!

I hope some of you will consider joining the regular crew…

Greetings one and all!

The past month has absolutely flown by, and it’s hard to believe our next meeting is just one day away. I apologize for the short notice, but it’s been a busy month.

I hope you all will join us tomorrow night for great food, great beer, and even greater company. Though we don’t have a special guest speaker scheduled to join us, there’s no telling who might pop in to visit along with our regular members.

I hope to see you tomorrow, and I hope you’ve had a great month!

When: Monday, July 16, 2012 from 7:00 p.m. until whenever
Where: Transfer Pizzeria & Cafe, 101 W. Mitchell Street – Milwaukee, WI


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2 thoughts on “Drinking Liberally – TOMORROW!

  1. “…W.Mitchell St…”

    Ah, it is the heart of my South Side long ago in a time of innocence, at least with no politics; it was an island separated and protected from the rest of the world by the “Valley,” Cudahy, West Allis, and Lake Michigan.

    I see and/or hear the sounds of Sears, Shuster’s, the Allen Bradley clock, basement flats, women in babushkas, the foreign(to me)Nowiny Polski, the creaking stairs of Vieau and South Division, the dies irae, dies illae of daily Mass at St. Stanislaus, the street peddlers(recyclers) announcing “ahrags,ahrags”, the “horse apples” left behind their wagons, the iceman cometh weekly to our ice box, a youth delivering tons of two competing newspapers, policemen walking their beat, streets and alleys with no crime except at Halloween, ice skating at Mitchell Park lagoon, and a first love, albeit prepubescent and from afar.

    Alas, there is no turning back, but I am consoled by living on 40 acres in western Wisconsin’s Coulee region. It has a diversity of inhabitants and events similar to those of the South Side which enriched the life of my youth.


    1. One of my fondest childhood memories is walking down Burnham Street with my mother and brother and getting Swedish Fish from the candy counter at Sear’s.

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