NEW DATE! Register Today: Betty Lou Cruise!

by | Jun 24, 2014 | 0 comments

**Due to inclement weather on June 18th we have re-scheduled the annual OPEN Betty Lou Cruise to Wednesday, July 9th.**

We will be taking a 2 1/2 hour cruise around Lake Monona, and your fee includes “Captain’s Table” appetizers for the entire private charter. There will also be a cash bar for cocktails.

Seating is limited
 to 50 attendees, so click here to reserve your seat!

Location:
Parking for the Lake Monona cruises, departing from Machinery Row, 601 Williamson Street, is at the Monona Terrace, limited metered parking available at Law Park, downtown area parking ramps & on-street parking in the Williamson Street neighborhood. Please do not park in the private lot of Machinery Row Bicycles and Sardine

We look forward to seeing you there!

$55 for Non Members, $35 for Members
Payment is due by Monday, July 7th; Registration is pending until payment is received.

If you registered for the June 18th Betty Lou Cruise, your registration will automatically roll over to the new July 9th re-scheduled date.  If you have a schedule conflict with the new date please contact [email protected] by Friday, June 27th for a refund.

As a special treat to our Betty Lou guests, we invite you to wrap up the evening at one of Madison’s newest hot-spots, Star Bar. Located in the Constellation Building at 756 E. Washington, just show up after the cruise with an OPEN name tag and receive Happy Hour prices for the rest of the night! Click the link to check it out!

http://www.onebarrelbrewing.com/star/

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