Cowgirl Pub Crawl Adds New Establishments – Ferndale April 4

RenUnity_chopra_topCowgirl Pub Crawl Adds New Establishment – lisa schmidt lawFerndale April 4

Camp Casey, a Michigan based non-profit horseback riding program for children with cancer and their families, is hosting their sixth annual Cowbell Pub Crawl Saturday April 4, 2015. This year’s event adds new establishments, fun surprises to the night.

The walking crawl will kick off at its regular registration spot, The Loving Touch, at

5:30PM and continue to other old faithful saloons including Sneaker’s and Como’s, but then make its way to new establishments M-Brew, Dino’s and end the night at another newcomer, Twist Night Club. “Twist Night Club is honored to be the landing spot to Camp Casey’s Cowbell Pub Crawl,” Mark McConnell, owner of the establishment Printstated. “Plus, we feel it’s the best place to be on a Saturday night and celebrate another successful fundraiser for local kids with cancer at Camp Casey.”

“This event was started six years ago as a fundraiser for Camp Casey,” commented

Executive Director and Founder, Molly Reeser. “The fact that attendance keeps growing and new establishments want to participate is encouraging. I’m proud to say that 100% of the proceeds will benefit Camp Casey and bring smiles to lots of little cowboys and cowgirls this summer!”

Cowbell Pub Crawlers are encouraged to break out their favorite flannel, cowboy hat and show off their best country or western attire.

The event welcomes those 21 and over. Although pub crawlers are encouraged to dress in country or western attire, there is no dress code. Tickets are $25 and available at This ticket price include admission to all new way 03 honky tonkparticipating locations, a complimentary stein and exclusive drink offers designated by the establishments.

Complimentary designated driver tickets are available.

Camp Casey, a 501c3 nonprofit organization founded in 2003, offers three unique programs to children with cancer and their families. Cowboy Camp Outs are overnight mini-vacations at dude ranches in Michigan; Horsey House Calls bring a horse to the doorstep to enjoy for the day; Outlaw Outings provide family-oriented activities, like attending professional sports games, without the expense or hassle of planning. All of

Camp Casey’s programs are free for families facing a pediatric cancer, sickle cell anemia or aplastic anemia diagnosis.

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