Running to the Dog & Bull

Saturday - July 13, 2013 @ 01:00PM / Ends: Saturday - July 13, 2013 @ 07:00PM
Social Gathering
Neshaminy Creek Brewing Company, Croydon, Pennsylvania
(215) 458-7081
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Every July in Pamplona, Spain the people of Navarre celebrate the annual tradition of the Running of the Bulls. Originally the Running of the Bulls was a practice of herding and transporting cattle to market not only in Pamplona, but across Spain. While Croydon may not be famous for it's livestock, two new familiar fixtures, Neshaminy Creek Brewing and the Dog & Bull Brew and Music House are looking to start a new tradition all our own.

On Saturday, July 13th we'll be celebrating the first Running to the Dog & Bull. Participants will run/jog/walk a one mile course beginning at Neshaminy Creek Brewing and ending at the Dog & Bull Brew and Music House honoring the annual celebration in Spain, but with a much more fun and American twist.

Each participant will receive a free event t-shirt and red sash/bandana to tie around their neck like our Spanish compatriots, as well as drink and meal tickets to be used at the completion of the run. The staging area at the start (Neshaminy Creek Brewing) will include free freshments (beer/water/soda) prior to the run to the Dog & Bull and upon arrival participants will be treated to awesome beer specials and great food provided onsite by the fine chefs at the Dog & Bull.

After all festivities participants will be provided a free shuttle back to Neshaminy Creek Brewing as well.

Tickets are $30 in advance and $35 day of the event. Tickets can be purchase in person at the Dog & Bull or Neshaminy Creek Brewing starting Monday, June 24th.

Online tickets can be purchased here:

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Submitted by: hhkal17
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