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Party for a Cause!

The Venice Young Professional Society has organized its first ever pub crawl fundraiser that will take place on Saturday, December 10 at various locations in Venice Beach. Proceeds from the event will support the group’s Innovations Grant which will be presented to the Boys & Girls Club of Venice in 2012.

Holiday Pub Crawl

Crawl activities at the various locations include karaoke, costume contest, a “Naughty or Nice” photo booth and more. Community members and interested participants are encouraged to start a Naughty or Nice team and recruit friends to participate. The donation is $20 per person.

Donation includes access to each exclusive venue, drink tickets, and VIP access to our official REHAB after-party at Hotel Erwin featuring DJ Lady Lee, resident DJ at The Standard Hotel and Bar Marmont.

2-3 P.M. – Nikki’s
3-4 P.M. – Danny’s Venice
4-5 P.M. – Townhouse
5-6 P.M. – Canal Club: 2025 Pacific Ave / James’ Beach: 60 N Venice Blvd
6-8 P.M.  – High at the Hotel Erwin. Official REHAB After-Party

Click here to register!

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