(Longmont, CO) – Left Hand Brewing Company will be hosting their annual fundraiser on May 12th for the Colorado Chapter of the Multiple Sclerosis Society. This year, Left Hand will be presenting a movie night featuring Monty Python and the Holy Grail! Community members are invited to the brewery for an outdoor evening of warm weather fun including Left Hand beer and Oskar Blues’ grub via the Bonewagon. Proceeds will go towards Team Left Hand’s fundraising efforts for the 2012 Colorado Bike MS ride.
Team Left Hand Movie Night
May 12th Gates Open @ 6:30 | Movie Starts @ 7:45
– Under 5 years: Free
– 6 – 21 years old: $5
– Over 21: $10
– $5 pints ($2 from each pint will go to MS)
– Bonewagon Food Truck
– Silent & Live Auction
Left Hand Brewing Company | 1265 Boston Ave., Longmont CO
This year will be Team Left Hand’s fifth ride. Bike MS is a two day, 150 mile bike ride with the sole purpose of raising funds for the Multiple Sclerosis Society. The community team consists of 125 riders, who volunteer their time and efforts to help the National MS Society fund research, advocate for change, and help people with MS and their families. After raising $115,000 dollars in 2011, Team Left Hand is striving to raise $150,000 for MS this year.
Participants of all ages are welcome to join our team and sponsors at the brewery for the May 12th showing. In addition to the movie, there will be a silent & live auction featuring a Ska snowboard, Brew Day at Left Hand, and more! So bring your blankets & chairs, and join Team Left Hand as we make a difference in the lives of people living with MS.
About Left Hand Brewing Company
Celebrating eighteen years of brewing a well-balanced portfolio of craft beers, Left Hand Brewing Company is located at 1265 Boston Avenue in Longmont, Colorado. The brewery has received 17 medals at the Great American Beer Festival and 8 medals at the World Beer Cup, and its beers are now available in 27 states. “Sometimes you’re not in the mood for what everyone else is having.”
About Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis interrupts the flow of information between the brain and the body, stopping people from moving. Imagine a time when you’ve exerted your body to exhaustion – maybe your legs felt like they couldn’t support weight, your arms ached from the inside out and cooking dinner seemed like a tremendous task, or maybe you were too exhausted to shovel your driveway. You were fortunate to have the opportunity to decide to exert yourself – for individuals living with MS, without exertion, these feelings can be their everyday reality. With the help of people like you, the National MS Society addresses the challenges of each person whose life is affected by MS and helps them stay connected to the great big moving world.