In the case of a rain delay, the Lakeland Flying Tigers have offered to find us cover. (Where depends on how many come to the meetup. A suite can hold 25 or so, for example.)
If the Flying Tigers game is rained out tonight, there may be a double header tomorrow…which usually starts at 5.
If there are no games at all, and the ballpark is completely closed, look at LakelandLocal.com, Facebook events, and on Twitter at @lakelandlocal, @chuckwelch, and @polknetizens for the fall back choice.
When you go to the park tomorrow, tell them you are getting the $3 Polk Netizens ticket.
Read the original post inside for more info and directions…
It was Jim Leyland Bobblehead night at Joker Marchant, but the former Lakeland Tigers’ manager didn’t bring any luck to the team. Managing more errors than runs didn’t help the Flying Tigers in their effort to defeat the league leading Brevard County Manatees.
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The Polk County Netizens are at it again with a get together for fun, food, and conversation. Every six weeks they hold a mixer for those interested in all forms of new media. If you write a blog, publish a news site, tweet, journal, or send smoke signals you’re invited to join the Netizens at Joker Marchant for a special Lakeland Flying Tigers game. Details in the full article…