Australia Day is just around the corner, and the 2010 USAFL National Champion New York Magpies are gearing up for a great party on Saturday, January 22nd at Nevada Smiths. Tickets are now on sale, click here for more details and to purchase your tickets!
2009 Grand Final Party a huge success as hundreds of football fans gathered to see the Geelong Cats pull out the win over the St. Kilda Saints.
“LEST WE FORGET…”
NY MAGPIES ANZAC DAY EVENT — Saturday the 25th of April — The Frying Pan
Buy your tickets now! See details below
It is that time of year again when we reflect upon all those diggers that tragically lost their lives in pursuit of their country’s freedom. Please come and commemorate with the NY Magpies in what has become their signature annual event: ANZAC Day 2009.
This is the start of summer and what better way to do it than with an outdoor music festival! Live performances are scheduled from:
- Cam McCarthy (didgereedoo)
- Sarah McLellan
- Matt Irvin (Acoustic guitar and trumpet including a rendition of the Last Post during the minute’s silence)
- Luke Dolahenty
- Second Dan (full band)
- Bugs in the Dark
As always, there will be plenty of Aussie beer, wine and spirits together with selected beverages from other parts of the globe. There will be a limited menu available from ‘The Frying Pan’ (map) kitchen with gourmet meat pies provided for purchase by our sponsors.
So get in quick as there will be tons of door prizes from Crumpler bags, The Australian restaurant, Jacob’s Creek Wine and our other key sponsors. (Buying your tickets through PayPal automatically enters you in the draw).
Buy in advance to guarantee entry. A portion of the proceeds will be donated to a worthy charity.
Date: Saturday 25th April, 2009 Time: 1pm – 12 midnight Where: ‘The Frying Pan’ (map)
Pier 66a Maritime @ 26th Street and Westside Highway
Please note: Vehicle access or taxi drop off is prohibited in Hudson River Park, where Pier 66 Maritime is located. Tickets: just $30 in advance online or $40 at the door. Doors open at 1.00pm. Tickets are on sale NOW so get in quick to secure your spot at the biggest ANZAC Day event ever!!!
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In an effort to prove that footy can be played all year round here in New York, several of the Lady Magpies visited the club’s summertime training location – the Dust Bowl in Central Park – this week. Conditions were a little more slippery underfoot than we’re used to, but the Pies didn’t let multiple wipeouts get in the way of a good time!