Tuesday, October 24, 2017

25th Anniversary Hash Weekend Summary

Thursday 10/26
What:  Blue Hen Hash Costumed Holloweeine Trail! 
Who:  Dirty Wet Pussy and Mystery BH4 Hare
When:  Thursday, October 26, 2017  at 7:00pm. Pre lube starting at 6pm -- just belly up to the bar and buy yourself a drink.
Why:  Let's get this party weekend started!  We are celebrating 25 years of Blue Hen Hashing!  This will be the first of several trails. The Main event a joint trail with BH4 & H4 at Susquehanna State Park. REGO for Saturday trail on Hashrego.com so we know how much beer and food to provide.  Don't know how to use hashrego or just hate the high tech stuff let me know we will find a way to get you on the list. 
What Else:  I know a lot of you wankers like to strut your stuff and terrify the locals of Newark.  So get your costume together.  Time to get creative. Trail have little or no shiggy.  Prize for best costume!!!
What to Wear:  Duh, a costume ... or one may be provided for you! 
Where: it is a Blue Hen so let's say Deerpark Tavern. 
Erections:  Deer Park Tavern, 108 W Main St, Newark, DE  19711-3229.  Lost? running late? Call Dirty 302-753-5162

Friday 10/27-Saturday 10/28
What:  Blue Hen Hash's 25th Analversary -- a Hockessin/BH3 Joint Hash 
What to Expect:  A great trail, heaps of beer, camping, idiocy, and too much fun.
When:  Saturday, October 28, 2017 at 2 pm
Where:  Susquehanna State Park in Harve de Grace, MD- Starts at Pavillion 2, 4122 Wilkinson Road.
Trail Details:  Great trails, chicken/eagle split, food, beer, and inanity.
What Can I Bring:  Dogs and kids are welcome.
It's Also a Campout:  Don't worry about driving, book a campsite or a cabin at the Susquehanna State Park on the Acorn Loop.

Pre-Lube Trail:  Friday, October 27, 7pm, in Harve de Grace or the campground and park itself. 

Sunday 10/29- 

What? Post Lube Social

When? Sunday Funday, 10/29, around 3pm, at Catherine Rooney’s in Newark, 102 E. Main St, Newark, De 19711 following our 25th Anniversary. 

No hare, no trail, no hash cash, and no pre-registration required. Just drop by if you feel like it for a drink or a bite, and watch Newark’s Famous Halloween parade go by, which may feature a few former and current attendees of the hash, that we can wave to and possibly embarrass. Halloweenie costumes encouraged but not required. As well as bringing candy to hand out to the ravenous children.

If one wishes to avoid the annoying traffic and parking situation downtown, possible alternatives include parking up by Necro and Pubes place around the Fairfield Neighborhood and walking down, or parking at Curtis Mill Park on Paper Mill Road and doing the same.


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