Cheers to the Wherehouse 'Cans for Cancer' Fundraising Event

This weekend - September 14, 15 and 16th - join The Wherehouse during their 'Cans for Cancer' fundraiser to raise money for the fight against breast cancer.  The popular dining/sipping/live music venue will be host to a 3-day-long fundraiser dedicated to a great cause. According the BreastCancer.org about 1 in 8 U.S. women (just under 12%) are at significant risk of developing invasive breast cancer.  Risk factors include gender (being a woman) and age (growing older). Not much is known about the origins of disease other than a 10% - 15% hereditary link - but, statistically 85% of breast cancer cases occur in women who have no family history of breast cancer.


Wherehouse Staff Joey, Tommy, Jovanna, Erika and Heather want to see You this weekend!

The Wherehouse will donate proceeds from this weekend to breast cancer research. $1.00 from every can of Longtrail Ale and .50¢ from all other can drink purchases will be donated. A "show us your bra" raffle will be held - entries will literally be bras in lieu of tickets to be picked for prizes.


Cans for Cancer at the Wherehouse September 14 - 16th

Local musicians will perform over the course of the weekend including the always entertaining 'shout it from the rooftop performance' that can be viewed from the vacant Liberty St. lot on Saturday. Entertainment schedule is as follows:

 FRIDAY SEPTEMBER 14th

Premiere screening of the local documentary "Mazzstock"* @ 7:00PM


(Mazzstock Trailer)

 "FOUR GUN RIDGE" will perform @ 9:00PM

 followed by "THE WHISKEY SINNERS @ 10:00PM

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SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 15th

 Rooftop Performance by "THE ALPHA MALE GORILLAS" @ 3:00PM

Video sneak preview of Alpha Male Gorillas (below)

 Rooftop Performance by "THE JONNY MONSTER BAND @ 4:00PM

 Breast Plaque Auction @ 7:00PM inside the venue

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SUNDAY MAY 16th

Performance by "PERRY'S GHOST" inside the venue @ 3:00PM

 Event Sponsor Man's Ruin Roller Derby will roll out their 2012 calendar. NO COVER CHARGE*

"Mazzfest" documentary by local artist Ant De Fraia

*21+ Over /Please Drink Responsibly!!