Friday, September 07, 2012

Cheers and jeers at NABC's Weekend Compendium.

Tonight, I'll be across the street pouring samples for the Carnegie Center's annual fundraiser.

A Taste for Art & History coming on Friday, September 7.

Tomorrow (Saturday, September 8) is Music at the Mount, which takes place in support of the Mary Anderson Center at Mt. St. Francis. The Mount is located off US Route 150, a ten-minute drive from New Albany. The Rashers will be performing Irish music from 7:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m., and in addition to wine and refreshments, there'll be a keg of NABC's Tafel Bier on hand.

Also on Saturday, the Celtic Carpetbaggers will be doing the shuck and jive on the riverfront in Jeffersonville. Has Birdseye put in a bid for next year's show? Read exactly why this annoys me so much:

REWIND: Drochubh, drochéan ... and the Kentuckiana Celtic Foundation.

Sunday brings a first-time fundraiser for CASA, also in Jeffersonville at Kye's.

Read about the BBQ fundraiser for CASA (Court Appointed Special Advocate Association), coming this Sunday.

The futile experience of trying to convince charcoal moguls that craft beer belongs with barbecue prompted this column:

ON THE AVENUES: Craft beer, BBQ and you.

Ironically, there WILL be craft beer with barbecue at yet another fundraiser on Saturday night, September 8: Green Hill Therapy Hoe Down on the Hill. For complete details, go here, and join me in praising those, from Carnegie to the Mount and Green Hill, who actually get it.

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