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Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Elf Bash Tonight: One of the last Century Center Events

Posted By on Wed, Dec 12, 2012 at 3:11 PM

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In the words of their Facebook page, organizers of the Elf Bash have "nuked" the GoodLife Brewery's warehouse with Christmas in preparation for the big show tonight.

The Elf Bash is basically one giant Christmas party with live music from High Street in the brewery or a dance party in the event center space.

But the real mission here is to collect unwrapped toys for kids in Central Oregon who would not otherwise have presents.

SO! Swing by a store, get a gift in the $10 range and get yourself down to Bend's biggest Christmas party (and one of your last chances to party at Century Center in the near future).

Hundreds of families are relying on your generosity to bring Christmas to their kiddos.

Note: Tickets are $20 at the door or $15 at Mothers Cafe (East Side Location), Powder House and Pendleton (Bend Factory Stores) beforehand.

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