American Legion and Auxiliary to sponsor ‘An Irish Evening’ on March 17

MADISON – Veterans and members of the military community can celebrate St. Patrick’s Day at “An Irish Evening” on March 17.

Sponsored by Auxiliary Unit 229 and American Legion, Post 229 in Madison, the event on March 17 will run from 5 to 8:30 p.m. at Bowler Hat Brewing Company, 7429 U.S. 72 W. in Madison.

“Join us on St. Patrick’s Day for an evening of great food, beverage and camaraderie amongst fellow servicemen and women from our community,” Auxiliary Unit 229 President Jean Downs said.

“We will be raffling off an amazing basket of Irish goodies. Proceeds will benefit veterans’ programs in our community,” Downs said.

A food truck will be on site from 6 to 8 p.m. “We will have special pricing on Irish Red Ale and Robust Porter craft beer,” Downs said.

The event host is Bowler Hat Brewing Company, which is a veteran-owned business. Bowler Hat was voted “Best at the Fest” at the Rocket City Trash Panda’s Beer & Wine Fest in October 2020.

For more information, call 256-929-8450 or email ALAux229@yahoo.com.

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