Bar Crawl July 26

Join us for our first-ever Get Out & Play Day Bar Crawl!

Kick off #gopd2019 eve with a night on the town!

We  have lots of local bars participating offering special drinks of which partial proceeds contributed to Get Out and Play Day. You get to explore the libations of Old Town, support local businesses, and help donate Get Out and Play Day!

Details:

  • Friday night July 26
  • 6-10PM
  • Old Town

How do you take part?

Guide booklets will be available at The Adorni Center and the Friday Night Market on the 26th. We will have a table promoting the Bar Crawl, Get Out and Play Day, and a free raffle to win a free drink at the beer gardens at both the Clarke Museum Street Fair and Sequoia Park the next day! Come visit us!

The bars who are currently participating

  • Hotel Carter
  • AA Bar & Grill
  • Five Eleven
  • Vista Del Mar
  • North of Fourth
  • Shanty

Here’s how to play:

Visit any of the bars in the booklet. Order and then take a pic of their special drink. Post it to Facebook, Instagram, or Twitter. Include the bar name and drink name with #GOPDBarCrawl2019. The bar with the most tags wins “Best Drink!”
Bonus! You can win too! Every post you make enters you into a raffle for a prize! The more times you post, the more likely you are to win.

Order a drink. Snap a pic. Post. Win!
Much of the proceeds from the bar crawl go to support the 6th Annual Get Out & Play Day taking place all over Eureka on July 27. (#gopd2019).

>>Download a pdf of the booklet, which lists all the drinks and the rules by following this link.

 

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