Wednesday, January 02, 2013

Weekend Autograph Opportunities: An Angels Weekend & Kings FanFest

Here are this weekends autograph opportunities and events throughout the Southland. As always, be sure to check the Blue Heaven Calendar for other events (a link can always be found on the tab at the top of this page, just left of center), and always confirm with the establishment. Everything is subject to change.  Please email me with any tips about upcoming events in Southern California.  As the rest of the week progresses I'll update this post with other events (if there are any) as I become aware of them.  Also, I don't always list every event below, so be sure to check my Calendar.  I always try to favor free signing events over paying events.  Click on any pic to embiggen.

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The 2013 year starts off with an autograph weekend at Frank & Son's featuring 3 Anaheim Angels on Saturday, January 5th.  Scott Spezio (10:00 AM - 11:00 AM), Garret Anderson (11:00 AM - 12:00 PM), and Troy Glaus (12:00 PM - 1:00 PM) will be there.  Go here for more information.
Frank & Son Collectible Show
19649 San Jose Avenue
Industry, CA 91748

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The Kings will be holding a little FanFest event at the LA Valley Ice Center in Panorama City fron noon to 3:00 PM on Sunday, January 6th.  Go here for more information.  Scheduled to appear are the LA Kings Ice Crew and members of the LA Kings Alumni Association (TBA).  The Kings will bring pre-game activities like the Inflatable Puck Shoot and Portable Street Hockey Rink. The LA Kings Ice Crew and members of the LA Kings Alumni Association will be signing autographs from noon – 1 PM.  (818) 893-1784
LA Kings Valley Ice Center
8750 Van Nuys Blvd.
Panorama City
www.lakingsvalleyicecenter.com
BTW, I firmly believe a new CBA will be formulated within a month, but also believe they should just cancel this season.  I'm burned out, which is sad considering that not one game has been played this season.  On another note, the NHL owners erred greatly in believing the players association would just roll over and play dead, and I believe this process was necessary in order for them to understand that they are not masters of the league, but are instead partners with the players in the league. It took Baseball a long to realize that, but when they did league profits skyrocketed. 


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