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January 2020

Vegan Bake Sale for Direct Relief for Puerto Rico & Australia

MonMon
January 27January 27
6:00 pm9:00 pm

Please join V Marks the Shop, Tattooed Mom & Philly Vegan Restaurant Week for a VEGAN BAKE SALE to benefit those impacted by the earthquakes in Puerto Rico and the wildfires in Australia!

UPSTAIRS AT TATTOOED MOM // FRONT ROOM
MUST BE 21+ w/ VALID ID
FREE TO ATTEND, ALL ARE WELCOME

100% of the baked goods sold will be donated to Direct Relief, an international organization whose mission is to provide medical aid and support to those who most need it, especially in times of natural disasters and emergencies with no questions asked.

SEEKING VOLUNTEERS! If you’d like to bake or just want to help us set-up, we’d appreciate your support! Please sign up with this link.

LOCAL BUSINESSES! If you’d like to make a donation of baked goods, raffle prizes, etc., please reach out to Carmella at [email protected]!

ABOUT DIRECT RELIEF
Direct Relief is a humanitarian aid organization, active in all 50 states and more than 80 countries, with a mission to improve the health and lives of people affected by poverty or emergencies – without regard to politics, religion, or ability to pay. Learn more here. Check out Direct Relief on the Charity Navigator.

Enjoy this event with our Meatless Monday specials:
1/2 off our full veggie menu noon-10pm
& half price drafts 5-7pm and 10-11pm

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Libations and Affliction: A Mutter Museum Prohibition Pop-Up!

FriFri
January 31January 31
6:00 pm10:00 pm

Happy 2020! It’s the “roaring 20’s” again- but what was so roaring about the 1920s?

Flappers! Wealth! Jazz! Alcohol!

Alcohol.

Prohibition in the US refers to the ban of alcohol sale and consumption, made federal law by the 18th amendment via the Volstead act, which went into effect on 1/16/19. 100 years ago this year! Though Prohibition came from a place of concern for social morality of American society, it had some unintended adverse effects: primarily, large scale poisoning of those who consumed illegal beverages.

Join us for a presentation on two of the prohibition era’s killer libations, and enjoy a safe & legal beverage and meal. PLUS: a portion of all sales at the upstairs bar will support the Mütter Museum of The College of Physicians of Philadelphia.

UPSTAIRS // FREE // 21+

Featured Speaker:
Nancy Hill
Museum Manager
Mütter Museum

Enjoy this event with 21st Amendment Brewery’s Brew Free or Die! Blood Orange IPA!
Plus a TMOM’s exclusive, prohibition-era inspired cocktail, THE MONKEY GLAND,
& half price drafts from 5-7pm & 10-11pm!

THE MONKEY GLAND
Gin, Orange Juice, Absinthe, Grenadine, & Simple Syrup.

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Questions? Email [email protected]!

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