Nov 15-16 – 2019 Brews For Blessing

Oct 16, 2019 by

 

Friday, November 15th is our VIB Night – 12 tasting tickets are $40. Saturday, November 16th is our Local Craft Brew Night – 12 tasting tickets are $30. Tickets for both nights combined will be $60 (a $10 savings). Food will be available for purchase both nights. If you are interested in volunteering contact Linda Catanzaro at lkcatanzaro@gmail.com
 
Saturday November 16 from 4-7:00pm is Local Craft Beer Night which features beers from: Fossil Cove, Columbus House, Bike Rack Brewing, Bentonville Brewing, Hawk Moth, and Black Apple Cider
 
The cost, which includes admission, tasting glass, salty snacks, and 12 tickets is $30 donations for Local Beer Night. There will be an option to buy additional tickets at the event. Pub food will be available for purchase both nights. For more information: call 479-236-8865 or text 479-530-8252
 
Saturday is an opportunity for many of us to become acquainted with the quality local breweries and some of their beers.  Northwest Arkansas is blessed with many outstanding breweries that can compete with small craft breweries anywhere.  If you have not tried some of these fine beers, here is your chance.  
 
 
Drinking beer has been a longstanding practice of many Lutherans for centuries and in the tradition of Martin Luther we remember his most famous quote about beer; Whoever drinks beer, he is quick to sleep, whoever sleeps long, does not sin, whoever does not sin, enters heaven; thus, let us drink beer. What better way to honor that practice than get together for drink and fellowship while providing assistance to the less fortunate in Washington County.   
 
 
The Mission statement of CEO is When a financial emergency occurs, whether due to illness, job loss, natural disaster or any other emergency situation, CEO can help by providing food, gasoline vouchers, clothing vouchers, utility assistance, rental assistance and prescription vouchers.  CEO is supported by member churches and individuals and the staff is made up of entirely volunteers assuring as much of the donations go the needy as possible. For more information about CEO please visit http://www.ceofayetteville.org/
 
 
The Outback got its name because the first location was “out back” of Jefferson Elementary. The Outback is a food pantry for students enrolled and attending Fayetteville Schools and can also provide minimal clothing needs. For more information please visit https://www.facebook.com/pg/swfp
 
For more information: call 479-236-8865 or text 479-530-8252

 

 

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