The Clover Crawl to benefit 2013 AIDS Walk Orlando

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Sunday, March 17 – The Clover Crawl

4 p.m.-1 a.m.

Ember

42 W. Central Blvd.

aidswalkorlando.org

donations accepted

It might be called “Orlando’s First Sunday Fun-Day GLBT and Straight Friendly St. Patrick’s Day Pub Crawl,” but we’d call it splitting hairs. That’s because we know how festive our city’s LGBT populace is – between the massive Come Out With Pride parade, the annual GayDays celebration and the Headdress Ball, we have celebrating with pride covered. And this week’s Clover Crawl, hosted by none other than the fabulous Miss Sammy, continues that jovial spirit, raising money for the Hope and Help Center’s 2013 AIDS Walk Orlando. It’s a pub crawl through downtown Orlando, and no worries, you’ll get your fair share of booze: Kick off with cocktails in the courtyard environs of Ember, then step it to the swanky Vintage Lounge for a round before ending the night with beer pong, party games and $2 shot specials at the Parliament House. Be sure to wear green, or you might get pinched – or drink enough green beer, and you might just get lucky. – Aimee Vitek

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