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FatherFest: Alamo Beer's Annual Father's Day Event featuring Two Tons of Steel

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Flyer for FatherFest 2022
Join in on FatherFest, an extra special, annual, Father’s Day event hosted by Alamo Beer Co. to support prostate cancer screening and research. Free and open to the public. Live music by Two Tons of Steel (4-5:30p). Live music by Finding Friday (TBA). Great food and beer, lawn games and much more at this beloved family (and dog!) friendly annual event that benefits an important cause. Diesel Barber Shop on-premise for hair cuts. Vendors. Bounce house for kids. Auction as well to benefit Pints for Prostates. Lots of free parking near.

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