All alone this year? Enjoy Thanksgiving at Club Crow
Cashmere Chamber of Commerce
Nov. 20, 2012
For the eighth consecutive year, Cashmere’s Club Crow will host a free traditional Thanksgiving feast, inviting all those who are alone for the holiday.
The Crow started this Thanksgiving tradition as a way to give people who have no place to go on Thanksgiving an opportunity to enjoy the holiday too, said Paula Weedman, co-owner of Club Crow, 108 1/2 Cottage Ave.
Most people who attend the dinner are single or simply don’t want to cook on Thanksgiving, Weedman said. Some don’t want to go home to an empty house, she added.
Club Crow, by inviting people to a free Thanksgiving dinner, solves that problem for its guests. The business even brings in couches and loveseats to make the place look more home-like.
“It’s a place to be together,” Weedman explained.
Doors open at 9 a.m., just in time for the first football game of the day. Dinner is served at 2 p.m. Because Club Crow is a tavern, this event is for adults only.
While Club Crow cooks and donates the dinner, Sure to Rise Bakery in Cashmere provides all the pies. Any donations made will be given to the Cashmere Food Bank.