Lung disease is the #3 killer in the United States. Year after year, the American Lung Association fights for our health. ALA funds research for cures, education programs, and advocacy. By fighting for clean air, they help reduce the number of children who will develop asthma, reduce exposure to second hand smoke and educate children about the harmful effects of tobacco.
In the last 15 years, Climb For Clean Air has raised over $5 million for the American Lung Association by challenging people to conquer their own mountains. This involves rigorous training for 6 months leading up to the summit that prepares the climber both physically and mentally for the challenge of scaling the northwest's tallest peaks.
This is where you come in. We're throwing a party to raise money for our climb and our cause. We've been sweating it out for months and now it's time to sweat it out on the dance floor. Let's break it down real quick. Lola's Room. May 9th. 8PM. Raffle. Prizes. Drinks. Music. Dancing. Sherpas.
Lola's Room is located right underneath the Crystal Ballroom on the corner of SW 12th and Burnside. Doors open May 9th at 8pm and close at 1am. RSVP to the Facebook event here for more info. Door is $10.
We want you to be a winner too, so we're raffling off prizes all night. Prizes include hotel stays, concert tickets, apparel, gift cards, and a Widmer keg party pack. If you win that party pack, remember who got it for you and invite us.
DJ Anjali and the Incredible Kid have played a transformative role in the Portland, Oregon club scene for over a decade, presiding over two of Portland’s longest-running and most successful dance parties, as well as hosting a cult radio show on KBOO community radio. They are most known for incinerating dance floors with the South Asian sounds of Bhangra and Bollywood, but the duo scours the globe for any hard-hitting music that combines local musical traditions with window-rattling production.
Get your tickets online through Cascade tickets. Remember, the first 100 people through the door will score passes to the Columbia Employee store