The Glutton Old Boys will gather at the club on Thursday, March 29 for the Cardinals season opener game against the Mets in New York. Game time is 12:15. It’s a BYO food and drink and all Gluttons are welcome to attend.
Everyone is welcome to attend the Octoberfest at the Morris Farm in Brighton IL this weekend, October 21-23. You can bring your tent or camper Friday night and make a weekend of it or just come on Saturday.
The 14th Annual Southern Illinois Chicken and Beer Dance will take place on Saturday, March 5, 2016 in the Tuscany Ballroom of the Regency Conference Center in O’Fallon IL from 6 – 11 pm. It’s a fundraiser that supports the Make-A-Wish Foundation. Tickets are $20 pp. Excellent fried chicken and beer are included. Bring a dish to share. Contact Mike & Terri Green if you plan to go. More info here.
The Gluttons typically hold an event on the weekend after Thanksgiving. Years ago it was the Toilet Bowl Football game. But as the years passed and the bodies aged we digressed into less physical endeavors. For several years we spent the Friday after Thanksgiving bowling at the Corner Bar. Well, we forgot to reserve the date and the place isn’t available this weekend.
So, we’ve decided to hold another Gluttons Against Humanity game night on Friday, November 27th. If you’re not familiar with the game, it’s described as a “game for horrible people”. It’s very inappropriate in language and subject matter. If you’re easily offended you might want to sit this one out.
Play begins at 7:27 pm sharp. BYOB and a snack to share. No Kids.
Prepare yourselves for an onslaught of old Gluttons coming to town for next weekend’s Glutton 50th Anniversary Celebration.
Festivities get underway Friday night about 6 pm as the guys gather for a Homecoming at the club to tell stories, some of which might be true. There will be a $5 charge for food and beverages. Gluttonettes are gathering at Seven Stones Winery in New Melle from 3 to 9 pm on Friday.
The Glutton 50th Anniversary Banquet is Saturday evening at Spazio near Westport Plaza. Appetizers from 6:30 to 7:15; buffet dinner at 7:30 and a program starts at 8:30. They will kick us out at 11 pm.
Sunday is the day of the big 50th Anniversary Memorial Day PIGNIC. It gets underway from 11 am until the last person leaves in the wee hours of Monday morning. This event is free to anyone who was ever a member of the Club and they can bring one guest free. Others will pay $20 for adults, $10 for non-drinkers and kids 6 to 20, and kids under 6 are free.
The 50th Anniversary Golf Tournament will be held Monday (May 26) at Emerald Greens starting at 10 am.
We’re looking forward to seeing everyone and seeing who looks the oldest. It’s ok to be and look old. At least your name isn’t on a brick yet. 🙂
A group of gluttons are once again going to the Southern Illinois Chicken & Beer Dance this Saturday, March 8 at the Knights of Columbus Hall in Collinsville, IL. The dinner benefits Make-A-Wish.
Mike Green has a 15 passenger bus that he’s going to take so if you want to ride along with him and Terri call Terri at 314–226–3744 to let her know and/or for more information. Complete details are on the flyer attached Click to enlarge.
It’s that time again. Time to get together and watch the Super Bowl commercials. A game will take place between commercials. Game kickoff is 5:30 pm, so the festivities will kick off at 3:30 pm. There’ll be shrimp, chili, wings, chips, fixins, soda and beer.
Cost is $15 per adult – $10 for non-beer drinkers and kids are negotiable. Bring a snack to share!
A great time was had by all at the 5th Annual SDRR Trivia Night at the Gluttons Club. We lucked out on the rain too. It started right after the event ended. Thanks to all who worked and those who came out to support the event.
Alk, AKA Dr. Juice, was just one of many revelers who partook of green beer, corned beef and cabbage and the fixins to celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at the club on Saturday. Thanks to Kevin and Jodi, Mike & Terri Green and the Andy Norton and his sister-wives for the food prep and decorations. As they say, a good time was had by all.
Grab your little leprechaun and head on over to the Glutton Club this Saturday, March 16, for a bit of green St. Patrick’s Day celebratin’.
Festivities get underway around 2 or 3 pm or after the parade if you’re goin’. Corned beef and cabbage and potatoes will be the fare. You’re asked to bring a snack or side dish to share and $5 per person ifin’ yer plannin’ to partake in some corned beef and cabbage & fixins.