Monday :: "Modern Music Monday"
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Monday
» Dos Equis $3 Drafts & $9 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 10pm-11pm:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab


Tuesday (9pm-2am) :: "Country Crossover" w/DJ
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Tuesday
» Shock Top $3 Drafts & $9 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 10pm-Mid:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab


Wednesday (Live at 10pm) :: "Scoobs 'N Tuck"
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Wednesday
» Sam Adams Boston Lager $3 Draft & $9 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 10pm-Mid:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab


Thursday (9pm-2am) "Pop Culture" DJ
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Thursday
» Shock Top $3 Drafts & $9 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 10pm-Mid:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab


Friday (9pm-2am) "Rock and Roll All Night" DJ
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Friday
» Blue Moon $3.00 Drafts & $9.00 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 5pm-7pm:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab
*HAPPIES 10pm-Mid:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab


Saturday (9pm-2am) "NCAA Hoops & DJ"
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Friday
» Blue Moon $3.00 Drafts & $9.00 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 10pm-Mid:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab


Sunday (9pm-2am) "Nascar / Chillaxin"
ALL DAY EVERY DAY
» $2 Miller Lite & Yuengling lager Drafts & $3 Iced T's

ALL DAY Friday
» Shock Top $3.00 Drafts & $9.00 Pitchers

*HAPPIES 10pm-11pm:
» 1/2 Off Well Liquor & House Chard & Cab

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Bill Pickle is a local legend whose reputation has grown well beyond his mortal influence in State College. During his lifetime he became known across America and Europe as a shining example of a reformed person “gone good.” His death in 1939 had mourners flocking from across the United States to State College and to memorial services in New York and London.


Born William Gilliland, February 19,1850 in Oak Hall (a few miles away).

Moved to State College as a young man to be a carpenter.

Built his own house at 411 E. Beaver
Avenue where he lived with his wife and 12 children. Thereafter, the area became known as Pickle Hill.

Held many jobs including field plow, hostler, carriage man for State College’s Dr. W.S. Glenn, and janitor for Penn State.

In 1911 he met Frank Buchman, founder of the Moral Re-Armament.

At a YMCA convention in Toronto Bill declared “I have decided to change my life” and decided to attend church, give up tobacco and stop drinking.

During the late 20’s and early 30’s Bill traveled with Buchman as a witness at houseparties including a trip to England.

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