Oct. 14, 2015: Night of the Walking Red 3

Join The League of Extraordinary Red Heads for their third annual “Night of the Walking Red” event at Brown’s Brewing Co. in Troy, New York on Wednesday, Oct. 14, 2015 from 5:30 p.m. till 8:30 p.m.

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The fiery festivities feature an upstate New York autumnal rite known as the “Toast of Coppertops,” during which members of The League of Extraordinary Red Heads raise glasses of locally crafted Pumpkin Ale from the first batch of the season. As is their custom, the League will also discuss the items on their concise meeting agenda: “1) Us. 2) Them.”

This is event is free and open to all. RSVP via facebook.

The League of Extraordinary Red Heads gathers for its annual, Oct. 1 Pumpkin Ale Toast at Brown’s Brewing Co. Troy, New York. 2014. Photo by Neil Grabowsky.

The League of Extraordinary Red Heads gathers for its annual, Oct. 1 Pumpkin Ale Toast at Brown’s Brewing Co. Troy, New York. 2014. Photo by Neil Grabowsky.

ABOUT THE LoERH

The League of Extraordinary Red Heads was formed innocuously in January 2013 as a social get-together for those with reddish hair sprouting from their scalps and chins. From the moment of its inception, however, conspiracists around the globe have posited that the League is, in reality, “a drinking club with plans for world domination.” Only those in the upper echelon of this clandestine fellowship know for sure its purpose.

AgendaHeadquartered in Troy, New York (a.k.a. “Ginger City, USA“), The League assembles twice a year under the guise of conviviality.

Carrot tops, Cheez Doodle orangies, strawberry blondes, auburn-types, distinguished white heads … all gingers are welcome to attend meetings of the League of Extraordinary Red Heads — and that includes transgingers, redbeards, friends and family of the fiery follicled, too! But only those who demonstrate true extraordinaryness shall receive the highly coveted “Member” card. Our ranks include award-winning authors and journalists, college presidents, politicians, mirth-makers, lawyers, biker dudes, farmers, activists, inactivists, actors, barflies, giants, wee people and folks from all walks of life.

Events typically attract more than 125 members.

For photos from previous years, visit: http://leagueofextraordinaryredheads.com/about/photos

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