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America's Most Charitable Pub Crawl, the Ghent Winter Bar Tour, is back and celebrating it's 10th year on Saturday, February 28th! Break out your costume boxes, because this year's theme is "I Love Monster Movies!"

That's right, it's time to celebrate a genre full of ghosts, ghouls, fangers, zombies, space creatures and more, all while raising money for beloved local Hampton Roads charity, Edmarc Hospice for Children! More than 1,000 participants helped make last winter's tour a tremendous success with over $20,000 raised for charity and we expect even more good things this time around.

Embark on a wintertime tour of Ghent's finest establishments. Join old friends and make new ones milling about Colley Avenue, 21st Street, and the surrounding locale of Norfolk's historic Ghent neighborhood from 4:00pm until 9:00pm. The event will culminate with a closing ceremony with a Costume Contest, Live Entertainment, Games, Food/Drink vendors and More!

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Crawling For A Cause

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Established in 1978, Edmarc Hospice for Children was the first hospice in the nation designed specifically for children. Edmarc is the only pediatric hospice organization in Hampton Roads. The mission of Edmarc Hospice for Children is to ease the trauma of a child's illness or death, and to reduce the disabling effects of pediatric illness, loss, and bereavement on families.

Edmarc's health care services allow a child with a life-limiting illness to stay at home whenever possible. Remaining at home helps alleviate some of the child's stress, and can make healthcare for the child less traumatic. But when a child is ill, Edmarc never forgets that the .....  (more)

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Sheraton Norfolk Waterside Hotel
First Come, First Serve
$82.00 (plus Tax)
Call (800) 325-3535
Ask for the Ghent Winter Bar Crawl rate