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Save The Date: Summer Kickoff Recess At The Filling Station

By Beth Milligan | May 24, 2019

Join The Ticker in kicking off summer with a special indoor-outdoor Recess at The Filling Station Microbrewery on Wednesday, June 5 - where one winner will win a TC Cycle Pub Tour for 4-6 people valued at $200!

Attendees at The Ticker's monthly after-work happy hour will enjoy socializing, live music on the patio from Mike Moran, and delicious food and beverages, including Filling Station's famous wood-fired pizzas (including vegetarian and vegan options), red pepper hummus and spinach artichoke dip with tortilla chips, and spicy beer cheese and pretzels. A selection of tasty beverages will be offered, including Filling Station's craft beer, sweet and dry ciders, a Raspberry Spritzer (made with Filling Station's new Raspberry Kettle Sour), and fountain sodas/lemonade. Attendees will have an opportunity to hear special updates on the progress of the Boardman Lake Trail Loop project, and be entered into a door drawing to win great prizes, including:

> A TC Cycle Pub Circle Cycle Tour for 4-6 people ($200 value)
> A $50 Filling Station gift card
> A $25 Filling Station gift card

Admission to Recess is $10 and is open to the public. The event goes from 5pm to 7pm. The Filling Station is located in the Depot neighborhood off of Woodmere Avenue - next to the Traverse Area District Library - at 642 Railroad Place. NOTE: Due to the reconstruction of Eighth Street, Woodmere Avenue is only accessible via Eighth Street from the east.

The 2019 Recess series is presented by Caliber Home Loans - Northern Michigan.

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