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January 16, 2014

Bags & Bubbles, Beer and Barbeque fundraisers scheduled

TERRE HAUTE — Whether you’re a bubbly-sipping fashionista or a BBQ and brew football fan, Greencastle has everything you need on Jan. 31, with a fundraising event to support Ivy Tech student scholarships.

If the inside scoop on the hottest fashion trends and accessories while enjoying tasty food and libation with friends speaks to you, check out Bags & Bubbles from 7 to 9 p.m. at Ivy Tech Community College, 915 S. Zinc Mill Road. The style show will feature a few local models including the honorable Sue Murray, mayor for the City of Greencastle.

Tickets are $50 and are available while supplies last. Register online at IvyTech.edu/BABS or call Lora Zoll at 765-653-7410.

If a Super Bowl kickoff with BBQ, brew and live music is more your style, join the gang at the Swizzle Stick, 17 W. Franklin St., Greencastle. Dinner is served from 7 to 9 p.m. and features the Swizzle Stick’s famous BBQ ribs and pulled pork, gourmet mac and cheese and Vermont slaw. It’s all served with Indianapolis’ Sun King Brewery Cream Ale along with a free growler to take home. Live music by the 15th and Hulman band begins at 9 p.m. and continues until midnight. Tickets are $50 with tables of two for $100 and four for $200 also available.

Space is limited. Call Almost Home at 765-653-5788. Bags & Bubbles attendees are invited to join up with the Beer and Barbeque crew at the Swizzle Stick after the event to complete the evening.

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