Event Details


Time: September 21, 2013 from 4pm to 8pm
Location: Cascade Cigar
Street: 9691 SE 82nd Ave
City/Town: Happy Valley, Oregon
Website or Map: http://cascadecigar.blogspot.…
Event Type: funraiser
Organized By: The Nothing
Latest Activity: Aug 29, 2013

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Event Description

The return of Smoketoberfest

This year, Cascade Cigar is proud to hold Smoketoberfest in support of our local Three Rivers VFW. Smoketoberfest will be held on Sept. 21st from 4pm to 8pm.

Tickets to the event are $25. ONLY 100 tickets will be sold.

Admission costs $25 and includes entry to the event, one beer, a delicious meal, and a goodie bag that includes several cigars.

Raffle tickets go on sale Sept. 1st. Raffle tickets are available for $2 each or $5 each. You do not need to be present to win these raffles. We will also be holding a bonus $10 raffle on the day of the event.

The beer garden will be open for this event only and you will have access to both the putting green and the horseshoe pits. In fact, we'll be holding putting & horseshoe contests for prizes.

What is Smoketoberfest?

Smoketoberfest began in 1997 as a way for Jan to throw a birthday party for herself and invite her customers. Always looking for a chance to help others, Jan decided that her birthday party would double as a fundraiser for the Oregon Food Bank. Smoketoberfest was an annual tradition for four years and raised more than $11,000 for the food bank, as well as barrels of food, diapers, shampoo and other toiletries.

Jan and Cascade Cigar have long history of supporting both active troops and veterans. Cascade Cigar has been a regular supporter of the Wounded Warriors Quad State Herf in New York State, the Northwest Veterans Motorcycle Club: Evergreen Chapter, the Veterans Motorcycle Club and the Golfing for the Guard Golf Tournament, among others.

Cascade Cigar has also been collecting and sending free cigars to troops serving in war zones since 2002, after a soldier serving overseas contacted Jan to purchase cigars. She immediately decided that she could never sell cigars to a soldier serving in a war zone. Instead, she began soliciting cigar donations from her customers. Over the years, Cascade Cigar has sent more than 10,000 cigars to troops overseas, with most shipments containing at least 1,000 for soldiers to share.

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