Join the Santa Pub Crawl on Dec. 14, participate in photo, wreath programs

  • Wednesday, December 4, 2019 8:53pm
  • News

The Auburn Downtown Association presents the Santa Pub Crawl on Saturday, Dec. 14, from 6 to 8 p.m., at participating businesses.

Begin the evening at the Rail Hop’n Brewing Co., 122 W. Main St., 101B, to pick up a pub crawl punch card with directions. Visit the Spunky Monkey Bar & Grill, 124 Second St. SE, for raffle prizes for those who finish the crawl.

Participants also include the Rainbow Cafe, Geaux Brewing, and Vinifera Wine Bar & Bistro.

Bring a canned food donation for an extra raffle ticket.

There will be prizes for Best Festive Wear and Best Santa.

Must be 21 to participate.

Other ADA events:

• Santa Photos: 11:30 a.m.-3:30 p.m. Dec. 7, 122 W. Main St., 101B, Auburn. Auburn Downtown Association and Rail Hop’n Brewery are partnering to offer photos with St. Nick. Open to all ages. Cost: $1 for digital photos, $5 for printed copies (includes hot chocolate). Santa Photos open 10 to 11 a.m. for those individuals with special needs.

• Giving Wreaths: Visit a participating business and choose an item from their wreath to provide to a senior in need at the Auburn Senior Center. Please return unwrapped donation by Dec. 16.

Participating businesses: Longevita Pilates Studio; Vinifera Wine Bar; Rail Hop’n Brewing; A Little Knitty; Rainbow Cafe; Salon La Rada; Circle Creek Therapy; Leavitt Group NW; PNW Coffee Co.; South Sound INS; and Trillium Employment Services.

Desired items: pajamas; sweaters; sweatpants; socks; slippers; throw blankets; robes; hats; gloves; scarves; activity books (Sudoku, crossword, puzzles); pet toys/treats/ beds; soap or lotion sets; perfume/body spray.

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