Sunday Streets Pre-Season Fundraiser

From Facebook:

Come join us as we get ready to kick off the 2011 season! We will have a few celebrity bartenders, including Anna Conda, Sunny Angulo, Giant Panda and Tom Radulovich! We will also have lots of great raffle prizes including bags from rickshaw, gift cards to the sports basement and free electric bike rentals! Order a Trumer beer and the proceeds go straight to Sunday Streets!!

Invite all your friends to come join us as we raise funds for this great program! Donation requested: $5-$20 (no one turned away for lack of funds)

Donate online: https://livablecity.org/donate/

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