Four-person teams will self-tour nine selected restaurants throughout the Punta Gorda area. At each stop, each person will play a mini-golf putting hole that has been specifically constructed for the event.
The restaurant locations are:
- Beef ‘O’Brady’s
- Burg’r Bar
- Celtic Ray Public Hose
- Deans South of the Border
- Downtown Gatorz Bar & Grill
- Ice House
- Orange House Wine Bar
- TT’s Tiki Bar
- Hurricane Charley’s (also wrap-up location)
Although restaurants are within walking distance of one another, shuttle transportation between venues is available.
- Register online by September 28th
- Day-of team check-in at starting location begins at 10:00 a.m.
- Please bring your own putter and golf ball
- Shotgun start at 10:30 a.m.
- At the wrap-up party at Hurricane Charley’s at 6 p.m., awards will be presented
After completing the nine holes, all participants will gather for the wrap-up party at Hurricane Charley’s. Is it at the wrap-up party where the awards will be presented for Lowest Team Score, Highest Team Score, Lowest Individual Score and Highest Individual Score.
The Most Outstanding Team Costume will also be recognized and receive prizes. Theme: Be A Hero!
Price per team of four is $100. Individual tickets are available for $25 and we will place you on a team. If you have a restaurant you’d prefer at start at, please note it in the comment section, and we will do our best to accommodate your request. Before the event, we will send out an e-mail confirming your starting location.
Event presented by the Fred Lang Foundation, Buffalo Graffix, and Peace River Distributing. Grand prize sponsor: Edgewater Events, LLC. Proceeds benefit Charlotte Behavioral Health Care through the Fred Lang Foundation.
Have questions? Contact Jill Ferguson at (412) 973-0429 / firstname.lastname@example.org or Liz Green at (407) 927-3882.
Free CBHC “R is for Recovery” t-shirt for the first 100 attendees (be there early for best choice of sizes). The event draws around 200 community members each year, and feature tables manned by community partners sharing information on addiction and recovery.
The night kicks off with the Serenity Prayer and a butterfly release. The release signifies how recovery helps so many people get their wings and fly off to new, brighter horizon. So, we release butterflies in hopes that we all release those shackles and troubles that hold us down – let the things holding us back from being our authentic selves fly off on the wings of the butterflies.
The Honorable Judge Paul Alessandroni and Mr. Jon Embury (Administrative Services Manager of the Court) will be honored and each receive the Charlotte Behavioral Health Care Community Partner Award for their advocacy in getting our Addictions Receiving Facility off the ground. Following that, we will hear from several recovery patients as they tell their inspiring journey to recovery.
The night ends with bagpipes being played during the candlelight vigil.
Kid-friendly event. Guests are encouraged to bring lawn chairs.