Bus trip to Powell River October 5th & 6th
Saturday, 5 October 2013 at 8:00 AM - Sunday, 6 October 2013 at 4:00 PM (PDT)
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Former Bishop of this parish Paddy Treavor of the van east beer blog recently moved to Powell River BC and wasted no time making a mark there by founding CAMRA BC - Powell River Chapter. To celebrate our newest chapter and BC Craft Beer Month CAMRA BC is organising a trip up to Powell River the first weekend in October (5th & 6th) to officially launch CAMRA Powell River (@CAMRA_PWR) and attend their Oktoberfest celebration.
In conjunction with our lovely friends at Wildside Vancouver and Townsite Brewing we are excited to be able to bring you to PR and back, including a ticket to the Parkinson's fundraising oktoberfest (along with some of our awesome new CAMRA goodies) and all ferry tickets for just $99!
Space on the bus is of course limited and is first come first served, similarly the tickets to Oktoberfest are going quick so make sure you book soon. You'll have to sort out your own accommodation in PR but we've worked out a CAMRA rate with 3 of the local hotels - more information coming soon.
Pick up is at5th at St. Augustines on Commercial Drive and we aim to be dropping off around 4 6th in time for the Whitecaps game!
We're also hoping to visit The Persephone Brewery in Gibsons on the way back to restock.
There are plenty of other events being scheduled by CAMRA Powell River that weekend and you'll get an automatic invite to all of them!
The Campaign for Real Ale Society of British Columbia was incorporated in 1990 as a registered non-profit organization in the province of British Columbia. CAMRA BC is dedicated to the promotion and responsible consumption of natural, crafted beers. Membership across BC is made up of over 1500 individuals and continues to grow. CAMRA BC members are eager to apply their talents and experience to promoting widespread public appreciation of the many “real beers” that have become available in recent years. CAMRA BC is growing and opening up branches (CAMRA Vancouver being one of them) throughout the province to make it more accessible to all. CAMRA Vancouver is governed by a voluntary, unpaid executive elected by the membership.