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Reno Aces Homestand starts tonight!

8/7/09 - Reno Aces are returning for an exciting homestand!

Great Peanut Butter Challenge at Aces Ballpark, August 14

The Food Bank of Northern Nevada needs high-protein foods, so the cities of Reno and Sparks, Washoe County, and the Reno Aces have teamed up for the Great Peanut Butter Challenge of 2009, and you are encouraged to join the challenge, too.

Aces’ Return Celebrated with Fireworks, August 14

The homestand kicks-off in a big way on Friday when the Aces begin a four-game series with the Round Rock Express, Triple-A Affiliate of the Houston Astros. The opener will be a Fireworks Friday, presented by KOLO 8, and kids are invited to run the bases after the game, thanks to Dr. David Welmerink.

Whitesell’s Coming Back… as a Bobblehead!  August 15

Saturday's game will feature one of the most anticipated promotions of the season as 2,500 fans will walk away with a Josh Whitesell bobblehead, presented by KRNV. Fans are encouraged to get their tickets early, to ensure the best chance of walking away with a bobblehead bearing the likeness of the popular Whitesell, who is now manning first base for the Arizona Diamondbacks. Click here for tickets.

Albuquerque Isotopes Visit Reno, August 18-21

On Tuesday, the Aces begin a four-game series with the Albuquerque Isotopes, Triple-A Affiliate of the Los Angeles Dodgers.  The Isotopes won’t return until 2011;  don’t miss them! Click here for tickets.

Head to the Ballpark for Coors Light Thursday Night, August 20

Start next weekend early at Aces Ballpark!  $2 Coors Light will be available from 6 p.m. until the fifth inning.  Click here for tickets.

Wolf Pack Pep Rally, August 20

Join Alphie and the University of Nevada cheerleaders as we welcome back students for the fall semester!  Click here for tickets.

Intraform Fireworks Friday Closes Out Homestand, August 21

The Aces head out on their final road trip following the August 21 game, and we’re sending them off in style with Intraform Fireworks Friday, presented by KOLO 8!  Click here for tickets.

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Posted by: wiley_in_reno - 8/7/2009 2:59:03 PM
This is a tough call. The light rail in downtown San Jose never has many riders in it. But it looks good.

Posted by: johnfree - 8/7/2009 3:57:06 PM
Knowing very little about this, I can say that the basic organization of the city - where all roads lead to Virginia St - is in favor of this. That is, a light rail running from UNR to Sierra Summit right down the middle of Virginia(!) would be one of those 90-10 things, where 90% of the utility will be gotten by 10% of the effort. Among other things this route will go within a block of the Amtrak station and the bus complex at 4th and Center(??).

Posted by: Albert Russell - 9/14/2013 9:53:40 AM
If you have ever been to Portland OR, then you would know how a light rail makes a town a city. We should start out with two lines, Summit Mall to UNR and Boom-town to Sparks then add a spur to the airport. Nothing would set our city up to prosper in the future more than a project like this. We should have broken ground years ago. Better late than never.

 

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