It’s been less than two weeks since the historic flooding that ravaged parts the region, doing severe damage to many small businesses. But in that short time, the local community has already come together to support those harmed in the flood and to help get businesses back on their feet.
On Saturday, August 27, Union Craft Brewing will host Hope Floats: A Jones Falls Valley Flood Benefit to raise money for the rebuilding efforts of its neighbors who were affected by the Jones Falls Flood.
That includes popular businesses like Nepenthe Homebrew, which saw significant damage, and Mouth Party Caramels.
The party at Union will start at 7 p.m. and will feature music from Brooks Long, Joseph & The Beasts and DJ Who. Tickets will cost $25 and include food from Woodberry Kitchen and Well Crafted Pizza – and 100% of proceeds will benefit small businesses affected by the flood. There will be a cash bar and posters and t-shirts from Pizza Party Printing and Monkah will be available for sale.
Tickets are limited and are available online here.
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