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Yard Dogs Road Show at Histortic Ashland Armory

November 3, 2010 from 8:30pm to 11:45pm
YARD DOGS ROAD SHOW!!!!Opening: DJ Dragonfly (Groove Garden, SF)& a ho' lotta "Special Guests" (TBA)Wednesday, November 3rdHistorical Armory208 Oak St.Ashland OR 975208:30 pm till midnite$18/$20 ~ GAVIP Table $500 ~ 10 seatsIndividual VIP $50 call (541 840 4102) for rezVIP'S enjoy front & center seating, champagne, treats, toys & moreOnline Tix: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/133278…See More
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Yard Dogs Road Show at Histortic Ashland Armory

November 3, 2010 from 8:30pm to 11:45pm
YARD DOGS ROAD SHOW!!!!Opening: DJ Dragonfly (Groove Garden, SF)& a ho' lotta "Special Guests" (TBA)Wednesday, November 3rdHistorical Armory208 Oak St.Ashland OR 975208:30 pm till midnite$18/$20 ~ GAVIP Table $500 ~ 10 seatsIndividual VIP $50 call (541 840 4102) for rezVIP'S enjoy front & center seating, champagne, treats, toys & moreOnline Tix: http://www.brownpapertickets.com/event/133278…See More
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Jason Gallagher is now friends with Aaren Glover, Julie ODwyer and Naomi Marie
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