I went to the Kings Game yesterday as it was Dodger Pride Night. Here is a picture of my friends and I at the game. In the picture Enrique, Ernest, Dee, William, Deuce, Sylvia, Rosie, Lorena & I.
Steve Yeager was at the game!
I like this shirt that Ron (Fansince53) was sporting at the game.
Ned Colletti and King’s mascot Bailey.
Later on today I am heading to The Baseball Reliquary Presents “Occupy Chavez Ravine: The “Blue Bum” Paintings of Stephen Seemayer.
“The Last Day of This World?” by Stephen Seemayer (24” x 24,” aerosol enamel, latex, and photo collage on wood panel). Created for Dodgers/Padres series of September 23-25, 2011. On display in the exhibition, Occupy Chavez Ravine: The “Blue Bum” Paintings of Stephen Seemayer.
The exhibition at the West Covina Library has been there since February 4th and will be there until March 29, 2012. Steve is part of the Top Deck Season ticket holder family. Go see the exhibition and become a member of the Baseball Reliquary. Information about event here: http://www.baseballreliquary.org/OccupyChavezRavine.htm Also check out Steve’s website here http://www.labluebum.com/
Location: West Covina Library
Address: 1601 West Covina Parkway, West Covina, California
I love all these events at the libraries! Here is a picture of Terry Cannon, the President and founder of the Reliquary and Stephen Seemayer. We are the Los Angeles Archives Bazaar at the Doheny Library, USC.
Another picture of Terry’s exhibition of the Baseball Reliquary at the Doheny Library. Let’s see if I can find my Baseball Reliquary t-shirt like the one in the picture.
Baseball Reliquary membership: $25. Here is Terry Cannon with Benito
One of Steve’s paintings with Haiku from a game against the Angels:
Come and check out the exhibition today and meet Steve or go to the West Covina another day to check it out.