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The Capital City Brewfest Canceled Due to Air Quality
 
 The Rotary Club of Carson City is canceling this year’s Capital City Brewfest. The event was scheduled to take place this Saturday, August 28th in Downtown Carson City.
 
Organizers say air quality due to fires in the area is the reason for the cancelation. “We have come to this decision based on the health concerns for our volunteers, vendors and participants. The event will be rescheduled for June 25, 2022.   Rotarian Jim Gray said "This is a very difficult decision to make as the Brewfest is not only an extremely popular event but it is also our club’s major annual fundraiser. Money raised benefits many local youth programs, scholarships, grants and our foreign exchange programs.”
 
This is the second time the Capital City Brewfest has been canceled: the event was canceled last year due to COVID concerns. Refunds are available for those tickets purchased in advance. Purchasers can also choose to donate the ticket money to help fund important Rotary projects in our community. Anyone who purchased tickets online may request a refund through eventbrite.com. Those who purchased a ticket from a Rotarian can request a refund by mailing the tickets to:  Carson Rotary, PO Box 504, Carson City, NV, 89702.  Please include your name and address.  Please request refunds by September 30th.
 
A new mural now welcomes visitors to Downtown Carson City. The artwork was recently installed on the Visit Carson City building at the corner of Washington and Carson Streets. Primarily funded by the Rotary Club of Carson City and District 5190’s matching District Grant, the project is the result of a collaboration between the club, Carson City, Visit Carson City (the City’s tourism authority), Carson City Arts and Cultural Commission, and the Kaplan Family Trust.
 
 

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Rotary News
The Capital City Brewfest Canceled Due to Air Quality
 
 The Rotary Club of Carson City is canceling this year’s Capital City Brewfest. The event was scheduled to take place this Saturday, August 28th in Downtown Carson City.
 
Organizers say air quality due to fires in the area is the reason for the cancelation. “We have come to this decision based on the health concerns for our volunteers, vendors and participants. The event will be rescheduled for June 25, 2022.   Rotarian Jim Gray said "This is a very difficult decision to make as the Brewfest is not only an extremely popular event but it is also our club’s major annual fundraiser. Money raised benefits many local youth programs, scholarships, grants and our foreign exchange programs.”
 
This is the second time the Capital City Brewfest has been canceled: the event was canceled last year due to COVID concerns. Refunds are available for those tickets purchased in advance. Purchasers can also choose to donate the ticket money to help fund important Rotary projects in our community. Anyone who purchased tickets online may request a refund through eventbrite.com. Those who purchased a ticket from a Rotarian can request a refund by mailing the tickets to:  Carson Rotary, PO Box 504, Carson City, NV, 89702.  Please include your name and address.  Please request refunds by September 30th.
 
A new mural now welcomes visitors to Downtown Carson City. The artwork was recently installed on the Visit Carson City building at the corner of Washington and Carson Streets. Primarily funded by the Rotary Club of Carson City and District 5190’s matching District Grant, the project is the result of a collaboration between the club, Carson City, Visit Carson City (the City’s tourism authority), Carson City Arts and Cultural Commission, and the Kaplan Family Trust.
 
 
Carson Cancer Center Labyrinth
 
Carson Tahoe Health & Carson Rotary Celebrate Labyrinth Anniversary & Community Partnership
 
(Carson City, Nev.) November 6, 2019 – Today marks 13 years since the opening of the outdoor Labyrinth located at the Carson Tahoe Cancer Center. The unique space was made possible through a generous donation from the Rotary Club of Carson City. In 2006, under the leadership of past president Rafael Cappucci, the Rotary Club contributed $75,000 to build the Labyrinth, and gave another $200,000 in support of the Cancer Center project over a four-year period.
 

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Oct 05, 2021
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