Join us as we enjoy a fun-filled “Bar Exam” with fun Olympic Style games in some of the best Tybee Island restaurants and bars. Prize Packages for the top three scores and some exciting prize packages will be raffled off at the awards ceremony (do not need to be present to win).
SEE BELOW FOR DESCRIPTIONS OF AMAZING RAFFLE PRIZE PACKAGES
There will be plenty of prizes and lots if fun as the Party with a Purpose to raise money for SMA (Spinal Muscular Atrophy) and Coastal Pet Rescue.
OUR FUN-FILLED AGENDA:
Jan 16 – 6:00 PM Coco’s Bottle Pick for Coastal Pet Rescue – Pay $10 and pick a bottle in a brown bag. You may get Mad Dog WIne, or maybe a nice bottle of Rum!!! Join the fun. Proceeds to Coastal Pet Rescue!
Jan 17 – 7:00 PM Don’t miss the fun and music at our Kickoff “Opening Ceremony” Party Friday Night Bernie’s.
Jan 18 – 11:30 AM – 1:00PM. OUR MAIN EVENT: The day starts Saturday Starting at Spankys with some fine Chicken Fingers and maybe a Pain Killer. Take a look at the awesome prize packages that you must have and get your tickets deposited. Then we will head to Fannies, Docs Bar, Stingrays, Wind Rose, Nickies and end at the Rock House. (Venues may be adjusted or added)
You will be given your clue sheet at Spanky’s and then you will head out to find the answers at each establishment. Fun Olympic themed games will be at each location where you can win extra points and prizes.
Jan 18 – 5:00 PM Our Award Ceremony at The Rock House is always a good time. We will have the Prize Package winners posted by the end of the Awards Ceremony.
Jan 18 – 7:00 PM “Charioke” time at Sting Rays. Make a donation to have someone else sing a song that you pick for them…..well unless they outbid you, and get off the hook. But you know you won’t let them do that!!! Oh, so much fun. All proceeds to the charity.
Jan 19 Noon: “No Plane on Sunday” Social Brunch at Huc a Poo’s. Yeah!!!!
$25 Early Bird on or before January 1st. $30 General Admission
All proceeds benefit SMA.
SMA (spinal muscular atrophy) is a disease that robs people of physical strength by affecting the motor nerve cells in the spinal cord, taking away the ability to walk, eat, or breathe. It is the number one genetic cause of death for infants.