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Rhythm & Brews
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Date/Time
Friday, August 23rd 2013 - 7:00 pm - 10:15 pm

Location
Minerva's Bar & Grill

The Boys & Girls Club of Yankton invite you to their Rhythm & Brews fundraising event on Friday Aug. 23rd at 7pm at Minerva’s Bar & Grill in Yankton.  They will have craft beer tasting, hors d’oeuves, toe-tapping rhythms, a silent auction, high stakes games and live music by the Lewis and Clark Jazz Quintet let by Scott Olson.  Tickets are $50 for general admission which will get you hors d’oeuvres, craft beer samples and $30 in gaming tokens.  Or their VIP tickets at $250.  This includes a 5 course meal paired with specialtiy brews.  There will be a beer expert to explain the different brews, how they are made and why they pair well with certain foods.  VIP tickets are limited.  Buy tickets online at www.greatfuturessd.org or at the Boys & girls club on 1804 Broadway in Yankton or call Julia at 605-692-3333.  Proceeds go to the Boys & Girls Club of Yankton.  You must be 21 to attend this event

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