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In this digest: TV trivia fun, Dash players head to Tokyo, and local Veterans celebrate diversity
Start binge-watching now to prepare for this June 27 event at Warehouse Live. Featuring a performance by Tina Turner illusionist Dana Roxanne and a Moira look-a-like contest. The fun starts at 6 p.m., but get your tickets today.
After a strong start this season, the Dash’s star midfielder will compete for gold at the Summer Games. Teammate and Dash goalkeeper Janice Campbell will also make the trip to Tokyo as an alternate replacement. Meanwhile, Nichelle Prince, Allysha Chapman, and Sophie Schmidt will be joining Canada’s national squad.
Although Pride Month is coming to an end, EaDo nonprofit Combined Arms will host a Social on July 9, aiming to connect local LGBTQ veterans and allies. Register now and make plans to join the fun at Buddy’s Bar in Montrose.
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Live music by Yungstar and signature glassware will accompany the June 27 “Screwed Up Sunday” release of the distillery’s new Screwberry vodka.
Turn your two-wheeler into an eye-catching art bike with a little help from Ursula Andreeff. Tickets for this Saturday, June 26 workshop are just $8.
Cole and Brett, aka @htownbeerguys, are planning to adopt, and the crew at True Anomaly is helping to bring their dream within reach. Proceeds from sales of the brewery’s new pride shirt will go right to the couple’s adoption fund.
The barbers at Fade are making it even easier to catch the Dynamo in action. Whether you get a trim or opt for a whole new look, enjoy a free parking spot on game night after your cut.
This Saturday, June 26, check out some new up-cycled statement pieces and give your gently-used clothes a chance at a better life. EaDo nonprofit Magpies & Peacocks will be at the Conscious Closet donation pop-up this weekend. Click the above link for more details.