Join YNPN Triangle NC for a fun evening of virtual socializing and making your own cocktails. Mystic Farm and Distillery will lead us for a tutorial of how to make three Halloween themed drinks, followed by a Zoom costume contest and great prizes. Proceeds to benefit YNPN Triangle.
Price: $25 for one drink kit, $40 for two drink kits
Each kit will include ingredients to make: Sweet Bobbing for Apple Pie (Heart of Mystic Bourbon), Strong Toil (Mystic Bourbon Liqueur) and Trouble, and Gin A Bunch of Hocus Pocus (Mystic 57 Gin). Kits can be picked up from Mystic Bourbon on Thursday, Oct. 22, or delivered within the Triangle for an additional cost.
Kits will have almost everything you need, but there will be a few ingredients you’ll need to grab from your pantry or local grocery store, before Oct. 23:
- Bitters. Mystic bitters can be purchased on registration or bitters can be purchased at your local grocery store.
- Cane or coconut sugar (.75 cup)
- Half & Half or Coconut Milk (2 oz)
We’ll also have a Zoom costume contest with awesome prizes for the following categories, so login in your best costume!
- Best “stuff I grabbed from my house” costume
- Best virtual costume (think best costume/zoom background combo)
- Best pet costume
- Best in show
Finally – they’ll be a raffle for three $40 gift cards to some of our favorite local businesses in the Triangle. Each registration gets you one ticket and every referral gets you additional tickets, so invite your friends to increase your odds!
Join YNPN for our last Resource Roundtables of the year! Focused on Effective Communications, this structure networking session offers the chance to share and gain tips on skills for presentations, interviews, relationship management, and more.
THANK YOU TRIANGLE COMMUNITY FOUNDATION!
Thank you to the incredible Triangle Community Foundation for sponsoring our 2020 Resource Roundtable events. We love TCF’s vision to create a stronger Triangle for all, and this partnership helps us do just that. With this sponsorship, we are able to provide opportunities for young nonprofits to share essential skills and resources and take back what they have learned to their organizations and communities. This would not be possible without their support.
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