Spend Your Weekend Having Fun and Helping Charity

If you're from St. Louis, chances are you've had a night out in The Grove. Whether you're playing pin ball at Parlor, catching a show at The Ready Room or drinking all the beers at Gezellig there's no denying that The Grove has an epic night life scene. This Friday, there are two separate events happening that you can attend that are going to be super fun all while benefiting some great charities. It's the best of both worlds! Whichever one you attend, you're sure to make a difference and have an awesome time!


1. Release The Hounds! @ The Ready Room:

4 Hands Brewing Co (one of my favorites) presents Release The Hounds! Friday, January 25th, head to The Ready Room for a night of Metal tributes to benefit Stray Rescue of St. Louis (also one of my favorites). All night long, enjoy your favorite Metal cover bands and 4 hands beers all for a great cause. Stray Rescue has a special place in my heart because that's where I adopted my baby girl Luna 2 years ago so I am proud to support them in any event! The show starts at 7 pm. You can get tickets in the link above.

P.s. Please enjoy this picture of the day I picked Luna up from Stray Rescue. Love at first sight!


2. Keystone's Winter Warmup! @ Atomic Cowboy

Keystone's Winter Warmup is brought to you by Keystone St. Louis where they believe in partying with a purpose! They are a philanthropic company that's all about doing good while having a good time. They host happy hours, parties, etc for young professionals to connect and have fun all while benefiting a charity of their choosing. Keystone's Winter Warmup will be from 7 pm to 10 pm this Friday at The Bootleg at Atomic Cowboy. Just $30 will get you entry, all you can drink beer, wine and wells and it benefits The Little Bit Foundation- a local charity advocating for impoverished children in our area. All you can drink to help the children!?! Sign me up. 


If you're not familiar with The Grove, this weekend would be a great one to check it out. Also, you can watch this super cool video I found on Youtube. 

 
Ray Gee

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