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Brews Cruise 2012 to support The Lands Council
Sunday, August 26, 2012 from 1:00 PM to 8:00 PM
Second Annual Brews Cruise
Sunday, August 26th - 1:00 pm
Join The Lands Council for a nine mile bike ride along the Spokane River, into the West Central neighborhood and through downtown Spokane! This leisurely ride will visit three important areas of interest, showcasing our efforts in river toxics outreach, urban ecology, education and restoration! Don’t worry- this ride is as much about fun as it is learning! We’ll make a few stops along the way to rest and enjoy a cold beverage before hittin’ the road again!
This year, we're starting and ending at the wonderful Saranac Public House (All day Happy Hour!) and visiting the following bars:
Lit'z Bar and Grill <---- $7 Bloody Mary Bar; $7 Pitchers; $3.25 wells and FREE Pool!
Side Bar and Grill <---- All day Happy Hour - $2 domestic pints!
Once we finish our ride and return to the Saranac, stick around for a fun celebration on the rooftop, complete with live music and a couple more brews! Our after-ride party will feature the Terrible Buttons!
All funds raised from Brews Cruise 2012 will directly support TLC’s efforts to protect and preserve the Inland Northwest’s forests, water and wildlife! This means registration fees and donations are tax deductible!
EAGER BEAVER SPECIAL - Ends August 10th
TLC Members: $15
REGULAR REGISTRATION - After August 10th
TLC Members: $20
Want to become a TLC member? Join between now and Brews Cruise for only $25 (Regularly $40)!! Join here.
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The Lands Council
We preserve and revitalize Inland Northwest forests, water, and wildlife through advocacy, education, effective action, and community engagement.
We collaborate with a broad range of interested parties to seek smart and mutually respectful solutions to environment and health issues.
We're enriched by the beauty of nature. We're energized by the recreational opportunities it affords. And we're inspired to preserve its legacy for future generations.
At The Lands Council, that's the work we do, every day!