Tuesday, March 25, 2014

No Coal Gumbo Feed To Benefit Crag and Columbia Riverkeeper!

No Coal Gumbo Feed 
3-7pm Saturday, April 19th
a fundraiser for Columbia Riverkeeper and Crag Law Center

Dance, eat and be merry while raising funds to support Crag Law Center and Columbia Riverkeeper in their efforts to stop dirty coal export projects!

Tickets $10
Kids 12 and under get in free!

We hope you can come, but even if you can't come support the cause by buying a ticket, or two.

When: 3pm-7pm, Saturday, April 19th

Where:  8325 N. Central (St. John's) Hosted by Marilyn Zornado and Alan Garren

What: Enjoy an afternoon and evening of live music, kids activities, gumbo & square dancing.  Help raise funds to support Crag Law Center and Columbia Riverkeeper's work to stop dirty coal export from setting up shop on the Columbia River!

Food & Beverages: Homemade gumbo, vegetarian red beans & rice and soft drinks will be provided.  Each guest gets 1 complimentary drink ticket good for a beer or a glass of wine.  Additional beer and wine will be available for sale.

You are encouraged to bring: a salad or side to share and/or a cake for the cake walk!

Schedule of Events:

3:00 PM - Irish Music, Happy Hour and Kids' activities
4:00 PM - Ceilidh Dance (lessons provided)
5:00 PM - Let's eat! Gumbo is served.
5:30 PM - Short Presentation - Learn about what's happening with coal export proposals and Crag and Columbia Riverkeeper's work to stop these dirty projects.
6:00 PM - Family Square Dance and Cake Walk

All proceeds will support Crag & Columbia Riverkeeper's work to challenge coal export proposals.  Thank to generous matching grants from the Energy Foundation, all donations made at this event will be doubled!

A very special thanks to Church of the Acoustic Redemption for hosting this event, Full Sail Brewing for sponsoring the beer, our volunteer musicians and gumbo chefs!

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