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Welcome to Recess 2020!


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After work fun for grown-ups!

All Recess events are held 5pm-7pm with a $10 cover charge. Enjoy hors d'oeuvres, beverages and a chance to win incredible prizes.

Wednesday, January 8 
Cherry Capital Airport
Wednesday, February 5 
Mammoth Distilling Cocktail Lounge and Workshop Brewing 
Wednesday, March 4 
State Street Marketplace
Wednesday, April 8  The Parlor (CANCELED)
Wednesday, May 6  Jolly Pumpkin (CANCELED)
Wednesday, June 3 
Wednesday, September 2  Serra Audi and Cadillac
Wednesday, October 7  Blue Tractor
Wednesday, November 4
Wednesday, December 2  Father Fred

Interested in hosting a Recess at your venue? Keep in mind you’ll need to have space to accommodate 120-150 Recess attendees. Hosts also cover food and drink for our attendees. If you’d like to learn more, contact us here.

Interested in donating a prize to be given away at an upcoming Recess? That privilege is reserved for our paid Ticker / Northern Express / Traverse City Business News advertisers. If you’re an advertiser and wish to donate something, contact us here.

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