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Halloween Pub Crawl

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Be Afraid. The Halloween Pub Crawl is back to celebrate Halloween on October 26 in Downtown Paducah!

This UNIQUE event merges a pub crawl with the showing of The Rocky Horror Picture Show and includes 10 venues with drink and food specials, lots of activities ahead of the film screnneing at midnight at the old Finkle’s Building. Venues include: Barrel & Bond, Bully Gorilla, The Freight House, Fox Briar, JP’s Bar & Grill, Max’s Brick Oven Café, The Johnson Bar, Silent Brigade Distillery and Tribeca.

Tickets are $25 for General Admission pub crawl only; $30 for the pub crawl and the film; $35 for VIP and are available now at https://HalloweenPubCrawl.ticketspice.com/halloween-pub-crawl. Bring your own props; or, VIP ticket holders will receive the Rocky Horror Props Bag. Crawlers are encouraged to come dressed as in Halloween costumes or their preferred Rocky character. This is a 21+ only, rain or shine event. Exchange your ticket for a wristband at the registration table at the Old Finkle’s Building. All guests are reminded to Drink Responsibly.

The Halloween Pub Crawl benefits Project Pomona, a community-based project designed to help reduce food insecurity in a sustainable way. Project Pomona will use the triple bottom line of sustainability method to address this problem by focusing its core values on people, economics, and the environment. Project Pomona will attempt to reduce food insecurity in our community by turning vacant land into dwarf apple orchards that will provide free, fresh fruit to established food pantries in our community. The project aims to provide healthy food for vulnerable families in an environmentally safe and cost-effective way. The project seeks to beautify neighborhoods without the negative impacts of gentrification, while raising awareness about food insecurity and nutrition in our community. The project seeks to help offset CO2 pollution as the trees help filter the air that we share. The project will also seek to build rain gardens that help filter storm water before it reaches our rivers and streams.

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