Thursday, September 29, 2016

Southern States Wrestling Television from September 22

September 17, 2016 episode


September 29 Birthdays and Memoriams

David Sammartino, Ann Casey, and Tajiri celebrate birthdays today.

Steve Kovacs died on this day in 1998, and Eric Pomeroy (a/k/a Stan Pulaski and Stan Vachon) passed at 79 in 2012. Gene Lewis passed away on this day in 2013.

Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Atlanta Wrestling Entertainment News and Notes

From Larry Goodman:

AWE has officially announced Opera Night Club in Atlanta as the venue for their October 23 return to action. Ticket go on sale September 30 at noon. Promoter Josh Wheeler had his eye on running Opera for quite some time.

                                     Opera Night Club

Dubbed The First Battle of Atlanta, the October 23 event will be headlined by Zack Sabre Jr. vs. Martin Stone, Jimmy Rave defending the Georgia Wrestling Crown against Odinson; The Kraken (Murder One & Chip Day) vs. Sound and Fury (William Huckaby & Joe Black) and a Lucky 7 Scramble with Anthony Henry, Colby Corino, Owen Knight, Chris Crunk and Ken Lee as participants announced thus far.

Murder One will discuss all things AWE as the special guest on the October 11 edition of Tipping Point.

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling in Blue Ridge on September 30

From GWH News:

Deep Southern Championship Wrestling will be at the DSCW Arena in Blue Ridge, GA on September 30.  The venue is located at 1580 Appalachian Highway.  Tickets are $10 adults and $5 children under 12.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.


Full Impact Pro in Orlando on September 30

From GWH News:

Full Impact Pro will be at Gods & Monsters in Orlando, FL on September 30 for the All or Nothing iPPV.  Advertised:  Fred Yehi defends the FIP Heavyweight championship against Caleb Konley.  The Hooligans (Mason Cutter & Devin Cutter)(w/Uncle Leo) defends the FIP Tag Team championships against Flying Solow (Jason Cade & Aaron Solow).  Martin Stone (w/Mister Saint Laurent) defends the FIP Florida Heritage championship against Nathan Cruz.  AR Fox vs. Sammy Guevara.  Drennan (w/Parrow) vs. Teddy Stigma) in a last man standing match.  Odinson vs. Jon Davis vs. Deimos vs. Monster Tarver (w/Mister Saint Laurent) vs. Jody Kristofferson vs. Rhett Giddens in an elimination match.  Nick Cutler (w/Greg Glover) vs. Earl Cooter (w/Veronica Vox).  Ricky Starks & Andy Dalton vs. Josh Woods & Kavron Kanyon.  The venue is located at 5250 International Drive Suite E8.  Tickets are $25 first row reserved ringside and $15 general admission.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Note:  The iPPV can be seen for $9.99 by going here.

Hottest Stars of Wrestling in Canovanas on September 30

From GWH News:

Hottest Stars of Wrestling will be at El Jumazo in Canovanas, Puerto Rico on September 30.  Advertised:  Emperador Neerok vs. El Princeso & Demente #1 in a handicap match.  Latin Freebird vs. Explosivo.  Azteca vs. El Gran Bebe.  Demente 2 defends the HSW Puerto Rican championship against Mr. Dollar.  El Hermoso One vs. Junin El Tramposo.  Los Naturales (Carlito "Al Natural", Lizander "El Intocable" & Javier "Al Natural) vs. Next Generation (Extreme Boy, Iron Boy & Boly Jr).  Los Nuevos Criminales Guerra (Rey Luis & Criminal HD) vs. Gran Lito & El Vaquero.  Huracan Castillo & Criminal de Guerra vs. Joe Rodriguez & King Thunderkat.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

Southern States Wrestling Television from September 12

September 10, 2016 episode


September 28 Birthdays

Dick Steinborn and Steve Blackman celebrate birthdays today.

Tuesday, September 27, 2016

Tipping Point Preview

From GWH News:

Hosts Stephen Platinum and Larry Goodman talk about the wrestling news of the day with Peachstate Wrestling Alliance promoter "Big Daddy" Shane Noles. The show starts at 7:00pm. Callers welcome at (347) 324-5735.

NWA Elite Championship Wrestling Results from Dulac on September 24

From Brian Slack:

NWA Elite Championship Wrestling was in Dulac, LA on September 24.  Results:  Xtian Blake defeated Tim Storm by count out to retain the NWA Elite Heavyweight championship.  John Saxon defeated Lucha Locura to retain the NWA World Junior Heavyweight championship.  Purple Haze defeated Americos.  GreenMan defeated Stan Sweetan in a dance off.  Ryan Oshun defeated Adam Asher.

NWA New South Championship Wrestling Results from Franklin on September 23

From GWH News:

NWA New South Championship Wrestling was in Franklin, KY on September 23.  Results:  Shawn Hurley defeated Christian James.  Justin Grandberry defeated Shiner Sutton.  Trent Ware defeated Vic the Bruiser.  The Royal Pains defeated the Smash Busters to win the NWA Southern Tag Team championships.  Mr. USA defeated Derek Neal to retain the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship.  Arrick Andrews defeated Stan Sierra.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Results from Gibsonville on September 17

From Brian Slack:

CWF Mid-Atlantic was in Gibsonville, NC on September 17.  Results:  Mario Jones defeated Irvin Legend.  Donnie Dollars defeated Olijah Friday.  Dirty Daddy & Snooty Foxx defeated Jake Hollister & Sterling Williams.  Ethan Alexander Sharpe defeated Mike Freska.  Dirty Daddy, Kool J, Mario Jones & Snooty Foxx defeated Ethan Alexander Sharpe, Irvin Legend, Jake Hollister & Sterling Williams.

Premiere Wrestling Xperience Results from Gastonia on September 17

From Brian Slack:

Premiere Wrestling Xperience was in Gastonia, NC on September 17.  Results:  James Drake defeated AR Fox and Jeff Lewis Neal in a three-way X16 qualifying match.  The Ugly Ducklings (Colby Corino, Lance Lude & Rob Killjoy)(w/Coach Mikey) defeated The Carnies (Kerry Awful, Nick Iggy & Tripp Cassidy).  Trevor Lee defeated Jason Cade and Mason Maddox (w/Tommy Thomas) in a three-way X16 qualifying match.  "The Man Scout" Jake Manning vs. Joey Ryan ended in a no contest after The Revolt! (Caleb Konley & Zane Riley) interrupted the match.  Jake Manning retains the PWX Heavyweight championship.  The Revolt! defeated Old Stags (Jake Manning & Joey Ryan).  Anthony Henry (w/Amber Young) defeated Matt Riddle.  Tracer X defeated Andrew Everett and Joey Lynch in a three-way X16 qualifying match.  Ethan Case vs. Elijah Evans IV in a last man standing match.

Queens of Combat Results from Gastonia on September 17

From Brian Slack:

Queens of Combat was in Gastonia, NC on September 17.  Results:  D'Arcy Dixon defeated Chasity Taylor.  Malia Hosaka & Roni Nicole defeated Kiera Hogan & Rudy Jordan.  Nevaeh defeated Thunderkitty.  Rachael Ellering defeated Angel Rose, Samantha Heights and Savannah Evans in a four way match.  Nicole Savoy defeated Kennadi Brink.  Su Yung defeated Aerial Monroe.  

Queens of Combat Results from Gibsonville on September 16

From Brian Slack:

Queens of Combat was in Gibsonville, NC on September 16.  Results:  Aeriel Monroe defeated Angel Rose.  The D & D Muscle Factory (D'Arcy Dixon & Miss Diss Lexia)(w/Zane Riley) defeated The Sexy Young Caramels (Devyn Nicole & Savannah Evans).  Roni Nicole defeated Malia Hosaka.  Kennadi Brink defeated Rachael Ellering in a 2 out of 3 falls match.  Chasity Taylor defeated Thunderkitty.  Su Yung defeated Nicole Savoy to become the #1 contender for the QoC championship.

Big Time Wrestling Results form Spartanburg on September 24

From Brett Wolverton:

Big Time Wrestling results from The Spartanburg Memorial Auditoriu on September 24 were as follows: Todo Loco pinned Zane Riley in 7:57; Big Time Wrestling Heavyweight Champion Flex Armstrong pinned Teddy Goodz in 11:43 to retain the title; The Neon Ninja Facade (managed by Dani) pinned The Southern Savior John Skyler in 14:08; James Ellsworth pinned Scufflin' Hillbilly Cousin Larry in 2:17l he Nasty Boys (Brian Knobbs & Jerry Sags) defeated Mr. T.A. & Jeff Lewis Neal (managed by The Rise Guys) in a Spartanburg Street Fight in 5:24 when Sags pinned Neal; The Rock n Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) and Cody Rhodes defeated Trevor Lee, Harlem Bravado, and The Southern Savior John Skyler (substituting for Lancelot Bravado) in 9:11 when Rhodes pinned Lee; Broken Matt Hardy & Brother Nero defeated Dangerous Danny Miles (substituting for Sabu, who did make a brief appearance to put Nero through a table) and Gangrel in 13:24 when Matt pinned Miles; Big Time Wrestling returns to the Spartanburg Memorial Auditorium on Saturday February 11 with Sting as the headliner.

Alternative Pro Wrestling in Royston on September 30

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling will be at the Royston Gym in Royston, GA on September 30.  The venue is located at 305 Cherry Street.  Tickets are $5.  Doors open at 7:45 PM and bell time is at 8:15.

All-Star Wrestling Network in Fort Valley on September 30

From GWH News:

All-Star Wrestling Network will be at the AWN WrestlePlex in Fort Valley, GA on September 30.  Advertised:  AJ Steele & Sal Rinauro vs. Drew Adler & a mystery partner.  The venue is located at 1361 Peach Parkway.  Tickets are $5 and free for children under 7.  Doors open at 7:30 PM and bell time is at 8:00.

NWA New South Championship Wrestling in Franklin on September 30

From GWH News:

NWA New South Championship Wrestling will be at the New South Arena in Franklin, KY on September 30.  Advertised:  Shiner Sutton vs. Justin Grandberry.  If Shiner Sutton wins, Justin Grandberry must kiss a goat, but if Grandberry wins, Sutton must wear a dress.  Mr. USA defends the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship against "Sexy" Stan Sierra.  The Royal Pains (w/Captain Chris) defends the NWA Southern Tag Team championships against Rockso & Mike Jablonski.  Alexander Knight defends the NWA Bluegrass championship against "The Tru" Trent Ware.  Christian James vs. "Young Gun" Shawn Hurley in a $500 challenge where if Hurley wins, he wins $500.  Derek Neal vs. Shane Smalls.  Trash Kan Graham vs. "Ravishing" Ronnie Roberts.  The venue is located at 512 W Madison Street.  Tickets are $8 adults, $5 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont on September 30

From GWH News:

ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on September 30.  The venue is located at 627 Southern Avenue.  Tickets are $8.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

WWE NXT in Orlando on September 30

From GWH News:

WWE NXT will be at the Englewood Neighborhood Center in Orlando, FL on September 30.  The venue is located at 6123 La Costra Drive.  Tickets are $20 ringside and $10 general admission.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.  

WWE NXT in Lakeland on September 29

From GWH News:

WWE NXT will be at the National Guard Armory in Lakeland, FL on September 29.  The venue is located at 4140 Drane Field Road.  Tickets are $20 ringside and $10 general admission.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

WWA4 in Atlanta on September 29

From GWH News:

WWA4 will be at the WWA4 Wrestling School in Atlanta, GA on September 29.  The venue is located at 4375 Commerce Drive SW.  Admission is free.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

American Combat Wrestling in Port Richey on September 29

From GWH News:

American Combat Wrestling will be at the Gulf View Event Center in Port Richey, FL on September 29.  The venue is located at 9409 US Highway 19.  Tickets are $8.  Doors open at 7:00 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Monday, September 26, 2016

Ohio Valley Wrestling in Louisville on September 28

From GWH News:

Ohio Valley Wrestling will be at the Davis Arena in Louisville, KY on September 28.  The venue is located at 4400 Shepherdsville Road.  Tickets are $7.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:30.

Why We Wrestle Report from Cornelia on September 24

From Why We Wrestle:

1) Nemesis and his "slave" Jacob Ashworth come out before national anthem. Nemesis demands Jacob take a knee for anthem. Jacob says he respects his freedom to do what he wants but refuses to kneel, Nemesis slaps him a few times Jacob finally bucks up and cold cocks him...locker room pull apart.

2) Trever Aeon defeats Adryan Hawkins in a 2/3 falls match.

3)  Odinson defeats Bobby Moore. (Pre match Bobby tries to recruit Odinson to Southern Bastards Crew, Odinson declined.) Post match a discombobulated Bobby says Odinson is a bully and will get the chance to pick on someone his own size at Fright Night if he has the guts to face Cyrus The Destroyer! Odinson accepts.

Atlanta Underground Wrestling in Atlanta on September 25

From Larry Goodman:

What were they thinking?

Atlanta Underground Wrestling ran a hastily put together debut event in North Altanta on a Sunday afternoon. The event had no discernible advertising beyond a Facebook event page and papering the parking lot at the ROH show the night before. 

The event did have an Underground vibe. The venue is the bottom floor suite of an office building adjoining Mercer University set up for with around 50 seats. I doubt the DeKalb County Fire Marshall gave it his seal of approval.

The room reminds me a bit of the Academy Theater space where PCW ran – walls on two sides of the ring and only four feet of clearance above the ring so top rope moves are dangerous undertakings. The lighting and sound are fine. It wouldn't be a bad venue for small shows if the ceiling wasn’t so low.

Workers (8) outnumbered paying customers (7).

The event was advertised as an adult show. The adult content consisted of “fuck” being the go to verb in for much of the talent roster. They were going for edgy, I guess, but it came across a depressing lack of imagination.


Georgia Premier Wrestling Supershow Report from Jasper on September 17

From Scott Hensley:

I recently helped out with Georgia Premier Wrestling's Supershow in Jasper, GA and wanted to share the results and some of my thoughts. The show was set to have a seminar with Angelina Love & Davey Richards, a Meet and Greet fanfest from 4-6 pm, then a wrestling event that night starting at 7pm.

This show featured a variety of talent from different promotions that spanned many eras of professional wrestling. Unfortunately, Love and Richards were not able to make it to their seminar so Ricky Reyes took over and received a lot of praise from those who attended and participated.
At the end of the seminar, there was a "run in" by WWE Hall of Famer Ricky Steamboat, who spent a lot of time talking to the talent at this event. Reyes and Steamboat makes for a heck of a seminar, especially when it almost had to be cancelled to begin with! The fans trickled in slowly for the meet and greet but grew to around 500 by the time the show started. There were ringside chairs and one side of bleachers, which helped a sizable crowd to not seem so spaced out and distant. There were a bunch of bumps in the road for this show but it didn't even matter because of the quality of the crew running and helping with this event. I'm not patting anyone on the back because they're my friends; I'm recognizing their hard work and determination because they're professionals.


Episode 9 of GWH TV Now Online

From GWH TV:

Watch great classic action such as 

-Kendo Nagasaki VS Giant Haystacks
-Cactus Jack VS David Sammartino (No Disqualification) 10/22/90
-TV Title Arn Anderson VS Hector Guerrero Worldwide (May 31, 1986)
-Tommy Seigler VS Dick Steinborn (January 16th, 1973)
-Gypsy Joe VS Hector Guerrero (1/18/1981)

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Sunday, September 25, 2016

Peachstate Wrestling Alliance Results from Carrollton on September 17

Bill Behrens applies sleeper to Pandora
From Peachstate Wrestling Alliance:

Results from Central Elementary School Gym in Carrollton on September 17 were as follows: Ken Lee defeated Kevin Blue; Fry Daddy defeated Romeo; Sal Rinauro defeated Kyle Matthews; The Violent Gentlemen & #TrendingNow defeated The Backbone; Tommy Too Much defeated Jimmy Rave in a cage match to retain the PWA Heritage Title. Rave had won via submission but the decision was reversed when he refused to break the hold.

Ring of Honor Report form Duluth on September 24

From Larry Goodman:

Ring of Honor returned to Infinite Energy Center in Duluth, Georgia. The wrestling was excellent up and down the card. The speed and precision of execution was mind blowing.

Attendance was down some – around 750 as opposed to 1000 in January – and crowd reaction, while strong, were not at as loud or sustained. The lineup for this show didn’t have the level of starpower of past Atlanta events and zero female presence.

Corky Franks announced the next Atlanta show would be January 14 at Centerstage.


September 25 Birthdays and Memoriams

Jimmy Garvin, Britt Jackson, and Bo Oates celebrate birthdays today.

Joe Lynam died at the age of 31 on this day in 1948, and Anthony Durante (a/k/a Pitbull) passed at 36 in 2003. Leroy Redbone was 53 when he passed away on this day in 2009.

Saturday, September 24, 2016

John Wrestling Promotion Television from September 24

Episode 44


WWE NXT Results from Jacksonville on September 23

From Brian Slack:

WWE NXT was in Jacksonville, FL on September 23.  Results:  Wesley Blake defeated Adrian Jaoude.  Peyton Royce defeated Aliyah.  Sanity (Alexander Wolfe & Sawyer Fulton)(w/Nikki Glencross) defeated Tucker Knight & Niko Bogojevic.  Tye Dillinger defeated Buddy Murphy.  Cedric Alexander defeated Riddick Moss.  Asuka & Daria Berenato defeated Billie Kay & Mandy Rose.  Shinsuke Nakamura defeated No Way Jose to retain the WWE NXT championship.  

Alternative Pro Wrestling Results from Royston on September 23

From GWH News:

Alternative Pro Wrestling was in Royston, GA on September 23.  Results:  Damien Sick & Michael Manson defeated JC Walker & Tristan Blaze.  Grady Hughes defeated Tru.  Dynamic Dexter & Stevie Ray Frost defeated Droxx & James Boulevard.  Sam Kooper, Cody McCulley & Hoss Michaels defeated Marcus Adams, Tim Miller & Mack Mosely.  Jacob Ashworth defeated Andrew Duckworth.  Ken Lee defeated Brandon Parker after interference from Scott Mayson.  Demarko Knyte defeated Matt Sells.

WWE NXT Results from Venice on September 22

From Brian Slack:

WWE NXT was in Venice, FL on September 22.  Results:  Adrian Jaoude defeated Patrick Clark.  Mandy Rose defeated Aliyah.  Tino Sabbatelli & Riddick Moss defeated Niko Bogojevic & Tucker Knight.  Cedric Alexander defeated Wesley Blake.  Hideo Itami defeated Noah Kekoa.  Daria Berenato defeated Peyton Royce.  Sanity (Sawyer Fulton, Alexander Wolfe & Nikki Glencross) defeated Nick Miller, Shane Thorne & Ember Moon.

Three The Hardway Online

From GWH News:

After their biggest shows of the year, Woody and Hankins talk about what went well and what they could have improved.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Television from September 21

Episode 71


September 24 Birthdays and Memoriams

April Hunter, Stephanie McMahon, Chris Nowinski, Gary Valiant, and Shane Noles celebrate birthdays today.

Abe ‘King Kong’ Kashey died at the age of 61 on this day in 1965, and Joe Corbett passed at 82 in 1987. Roy Heffernan was 67 when he passed away on this day in 1992.

Friday, September 23, 2016

WWA4 Results from Atlanta on September 15

From GWH News:

WWA4 was in Atlanta, GA on September 15.  Results:  Aja "Super" Perera defeated "The Duchess" Ayzali.  AR Fox defeated Dementia D'Rose.  Austin Towers defeated the Spearing Mirrors (Jon Averson & The Reflection) by submission in a tornado handicap match to retain the WWA4 Tag Team championships.  Ashton Starr defeated "The Fighter for Hire" Jon Mavrik by DQ after Mavrik hit Starr with a crowbar.  John Mavrik kept attacking Ashton Starr until King Kabooda made the save.

CWF Mid-Atlantic Television from September 14

Episode 70


September 23 Birthdays and Memoriams

George South, Matt Hardy, and Jeff G. Bailey celebrate birthdays today.

Gene Stanlee died at the age of 88 on this day in 2005.

Thursday, September 22, 2016

Peach State Pandemonium Archive Online

Thursday’s edition of Peach State Pandemonium, hosted by Mike Norris, Jay West, Bobby Simmons & Jerry Oates spoke with special guest Dawn Lemke and talked about her career as a professional lady wrestler during the 1970s.      

Click here for the archive

CWF Mid-Atlantic Television from September 7

Episode 69


BANG in Ocala on September 24

From GWH News:

BANG will be at the BANG TV Sound Stage in Ocala, FL on September 24 in a fundraiser for the Boys & Girls Club of Marion County Florida.  Advertised:  Dory Funk Jr, Wes Brisco, Johnny Magnum, Dalton Drellich, Omar Vences, AJ Laurie.  The venue is located at 2501 SW 57th Avenue.  Tickets are $20.  Doors open at 6:00 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

Mountain Championship Wrestling in Pikeville on September 24

From GWH News:

Mountain Championship Wrestling will be at the MCW Arena in Pikeville, TN on September 24.  Advertised:  Big Heavy vs. Big Rig.  The Regulators defends the MCW Tag Team championships in a fatal four way against Caged Heat, The New Age Demons and The Youngbloodz (Spoony Mac & Octavius Black).  Tony Anthony vs. Chris Carlton.  The venue is located at 97 Tom Pope Road.  Tickets are $6 adults, $4 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6.  Bell time is at 7:00 PM.

Renegade Championship Wrestling in Chatsworth on September 24

From GWH News:

Renegade Championship Wrestling will be at the RCW Arena in Chatsworth, GA on September 24.  Advertised:  Brent Banner vs. "Titan" Dwayne Smith.  Ethan Cage vs. John Bishop.  Landon Priest vs. Rick Hayes.  Matt Develine & Glenn Matthews vs. Helter Skelter ("Sinister" Paul Manson & Mike Clay).  Alex Michaels vs. "Star Quality" Josh Vaughn.  Also advertised are Shane Williams, Jess Wade, Deon Mercer, Cross, Big Red Adams.  The venue is located at 806 North 2nd Avenue.  Tickets are $10 ringside, $8 bleachers and free for children under 4.  Bell time is at 8:00 PM.

WWE NXT in Jacksonville on September 23

From GWH News:

WWE NXT will be at the Maxwell Snyder Armory in Jacksonville, FL on September 23.  The venue is located at 9900 Normandy Boulevard.  Tickets are $20 ringside and $10 general admission.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.

ProSouth Wrestling in Piedmont on September 23

From GWH News:

ProSouth Wrestling will be at the ProSouth Arena in Piedmont, AL on September 23.  Advertised:  Big Tomb vs. Sgt Slither.  Ike Cross & Damien Bennett vs. Dusty MacWilliams & Victoria Ventress.  Kris Parker vs. Sean Nelson.  Jay Blade vs. The Trickster.  Also advertised are Ace Haven (w/Amy Haven), Shean Christopher, B-What, Steven Michaels, Jed Johnson, Tyler Gage.  The venue is located at 627 Southern Avenue.  Tickets are $8.  Doors open at 6:30 PM and bell time is at 7:00.

NWA New South Championship Wrestling in Franklin on September 23

From GWH News:

NWA New South Championship Wrestling will be at the New South Arena in Franklin, KY on September 23.  Advertised:  Mr. USA defends the NWA Southern Heavyweight championship against "The Real Deal" Derek Neal.  Alexander Knight defends the NWA Bluegrass championship against Teddy King.  If Alexander Knight gets counted out, he loses the championship.  The Smash Busters defends the NWA Southern Tag Team championships against the Royal Pains.  Arrick "The Dragon" Andrews vs. "Sexy" Stan Sierra.  "First Class" Justin Grandberry vs. Shiner Sutton.  Vic the Bruiser vs. "The Tru" Trent Ware.  "Young Gun" Shawn Hurley vs. Christian James.  The venue is located at 512 W Madison Street.  Tickets are $8 adults, $6 children ages 6-12 and free for children under 6.  Bell time is at 7:30 PM.