Thursday afternoon the Capitals announced a new event in their charity fundraising lineup: the inaugural “Bourbon and Cigar” alumni night. The event will take place on the rooftop of the W Hotel in DC on June 26th from 7-10 PM. It will benefit the Washington Capitals Alumni Association and a high school scholarship program the association is organizing.
Among the alumni scheduled to attend and participate in “storytelling sessions” are Caps legends Rod Langway and Olie Kolzig, as well as fan favorites Craig Laughlin, Alan May, Mike Knuble, and Matt Bradley. The full list of alumni can be found here, and is subject to change.
Tickets cost $125 and are available on WashingtonCaps.com. Cocktail attire is required, and only fans 21 and older are allowed to attend.
Bourbon and Cigar night joins a plethora of Caps charity events, including the popular Casino Night and the new “Wish Upon A Par” event that debuted this February.
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Monumental Sports & Entertainment Foundation announced today a Bourbon & Cigar fundraising event benefitting the Washington Capitals Alumni Association (WCAA) to be held Monday, June 26, from 7-10 p.m. at the W Hotel Rooftop in Washington, D.C.
This inaugural cocktail event will feature a variety of tastings and custom drinks featuring Makers Mark products, courtesy of Beam Suntory. Attendees will enjoy an open bar and premium hors d’oeuvres will be served all evening to complement the selection of fine cigars available to sample while mingling on the rooftop with former Capitals players.
Alumni including Mike Knuble, Olie Kolzig and Rod Langway will participate in the samplings and take part in storytelling sessions. Additional alumni will be announced at a later date.
Attendees will also be able to participate in a live and silent auction featuring experiences with Caps alumni.
Proceeds from the event will be used to provide a scholarship opportunity to a select student-athlete from each of the six high school hockey leagues in the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area on behalf of the WCAA.
Tickets cost $125 and are now available on WashingtonCaps.com. Fans must be 21 or older to attend.
MSE Foundation is committed to the Washington, D.C., metropolitan area and focuses on the following five pillars to maximize its impact and engagement with the community: youth basketball, football and hockey; education and scholarship; pediatric health and fitness; military and veterans’ affairs; and hunger and homelessness. For more information visit MonumentalFoundation.org.
The WCAA brings together the Capitals organization past to serve as goodwill ambassadors in the community for the future. The WCAA focuses on supporting each other and the growth of the sport throughout the metropolitan area through their involvement in the Learn To Play and the teams’ high school hockey initiatives. For more information visit WashingtonCaps.com/alumni.
For more information on the Capitals support of local hockey initiatives, visit WashingtonCaps.com.
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