Rainy Daze is hosting a Pints for Purpose Event Nov. 28 raising money for Fishline's Christmas Child program.

Fundraiser Saturday for Christmas Child Program

Grab a pint and do some good at Rainy Daze Brewing in Poulsbo on Nov. 28, where $1 for every pint will go to Fishlines Christmas Child Program.

On Saturday, $1 from every pint and four-pack and $6 from every case purchased will be donated to the program, which purchases food, clothes, and gifts for kids and families that would otherwise not be able to afford gifts this time of year.

The event is from noon to 9 p.m. in their covered outdoor seating area. Masks are required inside the brewery while ordering as well as maintaining 6 feet of social distancing due to COVID-19 regulations.

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