Condors staff participate in Mud Volleyball Tourney for Epilepsy

This week in Condorstown:

Saturday, Jun. 25

The Bakersfield Condors staff will be participating in the Annual Mud Volleyball Tournament this Saturday to benefit the BakersfieldMudvolley Epilepsy Society. The tournament is being held at Stramler Park located at 3805 Chester Ave., beginning at 8:30 a.m. For more information click here.

Summer Reading Program

The Condors are teaming up with the Kern County Libraries this summer for the Summer Reading Program. Kids who read 10 or more books will be awarded a ticket to a Condors game next season. The program is underway now and will run through July 30. Stop by Beale Library located at 701 Truxtun Ave., for more information on the program or give the Condors office a call at 324-PUCK(7825).

Condors Booster Club Fireworks Stand:

With 4th of July right around the Corner, make sure you come out and support the Condors Booster Club at their fireworks stand on the corner of Stockdale Hwy. and California Ave. The stand will be open starting at noon on July 1 through July 4th. Support those who support the Condors!

Have the Condors at Your Event:

Even though the hockey season has concluded, the Condors will still be out in the community all throughout the off-season. If you’re interested in having any of our mascots, Colonel Claw’d, Baby Cal or Slapshot, the inflatable Slapshot Booth or the Condors prize wheel out to your camp, youth program, school or other event, contact the Condors. Condors staff are also available to speak at your service luncheons, such as Rotary Club, Lions Club, among others. Call 324-PUCK (7825) for availability or more information.

Get Tickets:

The Countdown has officially begun! The Condors home opener is just 117 days away, when the ECHL’s newest team, the Colorado Eagles, come to town. Game time is 7 p.m. Ticket packages for the 2011-12 season are now on sale, starting at just $48. The Condors will battle the rival Stockton Thunder in Bakersfield in preseason action on Saturday, Oct. 8 at 7 p.m. Visit or call 324-PUCK(7825) for more information.