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Revolution Brewing: Indiegogo Launch Party & WBEZ’s Worldview!

October 15, 2014

Annual Fundraiser at Revolution Brewing: Indiegogo Launch Party!

This month holds excitement and celebration for Himalaya Project and those we seek to benefit in the Himalayas through our school for Tibetan medicine, which will provide public health care to many, while preserving the unique lineage of Tibetan Buddhist medicine.

At the Rev Brew event, Sunday Oct. 26th, we’ll be viewing our Indiegogo short film, produced by David Schmudde, for the first time.  We’ll have a live-auction paddle-raise for a few special items from Nepal that will only be at the live event.  We’ll have live music, as well as a silent auction to boot.

No need to mention the delicious 5 beers on tap and appetizers included with your ticket.

Speaking of tickets, reserve your spot at the event online, right now by clicking here!

Eat, Drink, and Be Merry: Here’s Our Menu!

The party is at Revolution Brewing, so you know the brews will be great!

But did you know there will be food as well?

In order to help you rev up for Rev Brew, here’s a sneak peak at the menu, as well as the craft brews on tap for our event.

Feel free to look at the beer profiles on their beer page to decide which beer(s) you’d like to try before the event!

Appetizer Menu:

Sweet potato cakes with red pepper crema, applewood smoked chicken wings, mini pulled-pork sandwiches with honey jalapeno coleslaw

Craft Beer List:

Cross of Gold, Iron Fist Pale Ale, Bottom Up Wit, Eugene Porter, Anti-Hero IPA

We’re looking forward sharing a good time with you soon!

Himalaya Project on WBEZ’s Worldview with Jerome McDonnell

On October 23rd, 12pm CST, Himalaya Project executive director and founder, Mark Sobralske, will appear on the popular WBEZ 91.5FM, radio show Worldview!

Tune in with us to hear the interview with host Jerome McDonnell discuss Himalaya Project, our mission and vision in relation to our school for Tibetan medicine, for what is sure to be an exciting and educational program.

From Nobel Peace Prize winners and political leaders to indigenous farmers and sweatshop workers, Worldview highlights voices that go beyond the headlines. Tune in to learn more about the dynamic forces and people that make Chicago a truly global city.

For listeners outside the Chicago listening area, check your local NPR station for Worldview, listen online or visit the Worldview site anytime after airing, to stream the interview.

2 Comments leave one →
  1. October 21, 2014 12:35 pm

    Sorry I will not be able to join the festivities but I have sent a donation! Keep up the good work.

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