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Love pinball? Then you should probably join this local league


If you’re obsessed with pinball, here’s something to keep you busy this winter. 

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Canal Pinball League kicks off on Monday, Feb. 12 at Canal Street Arcade and Deli, 308 E. 1st St., Dayton. 

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The Co-ed Winter Pinball League is, quite simply, “for those who enjoy pinball.” You can join individually -- no teammates required. 

The league will meet on the following dates: Feb. 12, Feb. 19, Feb. 26 and March 19.

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The fee is $30, and includes quarters, a t-shirt, weekly prizes, overall league winner prizes and admin fees.

To register, email canalpinball@gmail.com. More information is on the Facebook event page.

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