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Friday, May 3, 2013


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The third-annual Beer, Blues & Brats benefit party for Crossroads Urban Center will take place this Sunday, May 5, from 2 to 6 p.m. ---

The public is invited to munch on Colosimo’s bratwurst, veggie burgers, baked beans, salads, coleslaw and delicious desserts, while washing it all down with beers from Epic Brewing. Live tunes will be supplied by The Number Ones, with belly dancing by The Fourteenth Ward .

Tickets are a minimum $45 donation per person to Crossroads Urban Center. The Beer, Blues & Brats party will be held at the Community Co-op, 1756 S. 700 West in Salt Lake City.

Crossroads is a nonprofit, grass-roots organization that assists low-income, disabled and minority Utahns in meeting their everyday needs and addressing essential issues affecting their quality of life. It also operates one of the busiest emergency food pantries in the state and a thrift store. For more information, visit

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