Speakeasy: Take Me Out to the Ballgame


Nick & Nat’s Uptown 21, 21 King St. N, Waterloo
November 4, 2017
7:00 pm

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Saturday Night Speakeasy with Stacey May Fowles in conversation with Bill Pegg. Bruce Johnstone as MC. 

Nick & Nat’s Uptown 21
21 King St. N, Waterloo
November 4, 2017
7:00 pm

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Stacey May Fowles is an award-winning novelist, journalist, and essayist, and the national bestselling author of Baseball Life Advice: Loving the Game that Saved Me. She has written about sports for the Globe and MailThe WalrusBlue Jays NationTorontoist, the National PostDeadspinHazlitt, and Vice Sports, among others. She has been a frequent guest on CBC Radio’s Metro Morning and is a former member of q’s sports panel. She lives in Toronto. Follow her on Twitter @MissStaceyMay.

Stacey has been interviewed by CBC Radio and The Globe and Mail. Her book, Baseball Life Advice: Loving the Game that Saved Me, was also reviewed in the Globe and Mail and the National Post!

Bill Pegg has been a baseball fan most of his life. He has played, coached, umpired, organized, and supported the game in Kitchener-Waterloo as well as following pro ball closely (even before the Blue Jays). Locally, he’s coached minor ball teams, served as City League Convenor with KMBA (Kitchener Minor Ball) and was coach and is presently business manager of the Junior Panthers, a team made up of 19-21-year-olds. In addition, he serves as the President of the Senior Panthers, the Kitchener men’s team that competes in the Inter-County Baseball League (IBL) and is getting ready to start its 100th season. It is believed to be the longest, continually operating amateur baseball team in the country. He is married and has four adult children, all of whom played ball.

Shannon Lyon will be performing live. He was born and raised in Southern, Ontario. Lyon has released 14 albums since 1994 and has received critical acclaim in North America, Europe & Australia.

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