We remember a time when life was all fun and games. When the simplest things made our eyes sparkle. We never wanted to grow up and thought work was boring adult stuff.
We think that was yesterday afternoon. Let's play some Mini Golf
We are taking you folks on a field trip. It’s time for some Mini Golf and fun refreshments. Peter Pan Mini Golf has been around since 1948 and has been keeping folks young at heart for a long time.
Here’s the plan: We gather at the bottom of the stairs at Peter Pan Mini Golf at 7:30pm. We’ll wait around 15 minutes to let everyone round themselves up. Then, we’ll head up stairs to the desk and gather our clubs and balls. We’ll sort ourselves out and start on Course 1 at 8pm. We’ll have a cooler full of regular and unleaded beverages. One of the nicer features of Peter Pan is their allowance of adult beverages during game play. We will have enough on hand for all attendees to keep you “hydrated”.
-The entry to Peter Pan is $6 per person
Here is where you should act fast. First 10 people to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org with the
phrase " I don’t wanna grow up!" get in for free.
-We’re providing beverages but you are welcome to bring your own. The rule is no glass containers.
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