Northern Natural & Blake Elliot Host Happy Hour Benefit for Disability Network on May 7

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Northern Natural Cider House has teamed up with local star musician, Blake Elliot, to raise awareness and gather donations for Disability Network on Tuesday, May 7 from 5:30-8pm. The new Front Street business (located at 324 East Front Street) invites you, your friends, co-workers, and comrades to splurge on a few pints, jam to tunes, and offer a donation in support of Disability Network.

The English style pub with a Northern Michigan twist specializes in 7 Hard Ciders on tap made with Michigan apples, Wines made with organic fruit, sustainable farmed Gold Medal Grape Wines, and Port Wines.  Northern Natural prides on using locally grown, fresh produce on their food menu, and having locally made products for purchase in their tasting room.

Andrea Cassell, a Northern Natural Family Employee and Disability Network Board Member, states "Disability Network is a vibrant organization that impacts such a broad range of people.  We appreciate their efforts to break down barriers and create a more inclusive community."

For more information about this event, contact Annie Campbell at 231.922.0903, ext. 12.

 

 

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