On Saturday, May 4, DJ Greebo will spin ‘80s tunes to mark the Zombie Apocalypse. Yup, you read that right.
Zombies and citizens will gather at Gleaner’s Community Food Bank that day, in an effort to drive out hunger. Canned goods and donations will be collected later at the party at the Corktown Tavern.
They say, “The night will also feature the 15 year renewal of wedding vows by the party's hosts, Piper & Chris Smith, who created the themed event specifically for this occasion. Zombie visage is encouraged by those who attend.There will also be fundraising raffle with zombie-themed prizes, food, and fun for a suggested minimum door donation of $5 or cans of food shall be accepted. Please no opened containers, homemade food or expired products and avoid items in glass. Gleaners stickers “I Fed Someone Today” shall be available to sport your support!”Follow @City_Slang
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