PRESALE HAS ENDED BUT TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR.
We’re looking forward to seeing all you cool cats tonight at the Repeal of Prohibition Whiskey Tasting. Some quick reminders:
1. 1930s attire is suggested, but not required.
2. If you’d like to donate a gift to the Covenant House, we have some suggestions below.
3. The event starts at 6:30 p.m., but the tastings are not timed. In other words, we’ll be pouring until 8:30 p.m. or the whiskey runs out.
4. If you prefer beer or wine instead of whiskey, just let us know when you check in.
5. There will be a cash bar if you prefer something other than the free stuff.
6. Enter through the patio door. The password to get you in is “Giggle Water”.
7. Be there, or be square. Tickets will be available at the door so bring a friend.
Covenant house donations: Covenant House serves runaway, homeless, and at-risk youth under 21 including teen parents and their babies. Their greatest Christmas needs include gifts for youth aged 18-20 as well as children up to five. Requested items include, gift cards to Target, Wal-Mart, Visa, Publix, Walgreens, adult sweatshirts with hoods, school supplies, adult-sized flip flops, men's belts and ties, family-sized shampoo, conditioner, lotion, socks, underwear, t-shirts, and children's clothing and toys aged 0-5.
Celebrate your right to imbibe while supporting two great causes at our charity Whiskey Tasting event. The party happens on the 83rd anniversary of the Repeal of Prohibition at the Outpost Neighborhood Kitchen in College Park.
Your ticket includes a sample pour of four different whiskeys, along with food and live music. 1930's attire is encouraged, but not required. This is a charity event so all net proceeds will benefit the Covenant House and the Hubbard House. Stay tuned to our Facebook page for more details about the event.
The mission of Covenant House is to help homeless kids escape the streets. They provide loving care and vital services to homeless, abandoned, abused, and exploited youth. Covenant House Florida reaches over 200 kids in the Ft. Lauderdale and Orlando areas through our street outreach programs, crisis shelters, and transitional housing programs.
Designed and built as a "home-away-from-home" for families of patients from outside the Orlando area, the Hubbard House can help restore a sense of calm during troubled times of illness or injury. Since opening in January 1994, the Hubbard House has served thousands of families facing the extra burden of finding convenient and affordable temporary lodging in times of crisis.