JESSE WALKER’S 8TH ANNUAL ‘BUNNY HOP’ EASTER BRUNCH, SUNDAY APRIL, 1ST TO BENEFIT INTERNATIONAL RESCUE COMMITTEE (IRC) IN SALT LAKE CITY
On Sunday, April 1st the Garage on Beck Street will host Mr. Jesse Walker’s 8th Annual ‘Bunny Hop,’ presented by SLUG Magazine. This Easter Sunday celebration includes a brunch buffet, charity raffle, and select DJ’s playing vinyl records from brunch to sunset. Guests can also hunt for eggs, enjoy surprise guest artists and an appearance by the real Easter Bunny.
Funds raised at the Bunny Hop will benefit the IRC in Salt Lake City and the refugees they serve, supporting important programs helping refugees positively integrate into our community.
The day-long ‘hop’, which attracts an alternative crowd ranging in age and identity carries a tradition of community interaction and goodwill, helping attendees release a healthy dose of spring fever while making a positive social impact.
Date: Sunday, April 1, 2018
Location: The Garage, 1199 Beck St, Salt Lake City, UT 84103
Event Hours: 11:00 A.M. to Sunset
Donation: $10.00 per person at the door, pre-sale available at http://www.goer.io
(Each admission includes a lollipop with charity raffle/eggs also contain prizes)
Charity raffles & donations go to International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Salt Lake City
Megan Moak (11 AM -12 PM)
Soul Pause (12 PM - 1 PM)
+Big Raffle+ (1 PM - 1:20 PM)
Sneaky Long (1:20 PM - 2:10 PM)
Matty Mo (2:10 PM - 3:05 PM)
Lamp Shady (3:05 PM -3:25 PM)
Chaseone2 (3:25 PM -4:15 PM)
Flash & Flare (4:15 PM - 5:15 PM)
Matthew Fit (5:15 PM - 6:15 PM)
Black Vinyl (6:15 PM - 7:15 PM)
Choice (7:15 PM - 8:15 PM)
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About the Egg Hunt and Raffle Prizes:
Hundreds of eggs which can be found throughout the day are stuffed with candy and prizes. Additional lollipop/raffle tickets can be purchased for $1 each. The proceeds from those donations go to the International Rescue Committee (IRC) in Salt Lake City.
The IRC and the United States have a long history of warmly welcoming the world’s most persecuted people. Generous supporters around the world have pledged their time and resources to helping refugees start anew. The minute these brave individuals step off the plane in Salt Lake City, IRC staff and volunteers are there to help them on the final leg of their journey.
Utah remains committed to being a welcoming community for the world’s refugee population, evidenced by the amount of support and interest the IRC in Salt Lake City has received over the past year. We provide many opportunities to get involved and send a message of hope to refugees in our community.
Visit Rescue.org for more information and to get involved.