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February 10, 2020 in Local News, Events, CCYP News

PRESS RELEASE: CCYP to Host Series of Benefit Nights During 'Slush Month'

“...Slush Month is sure to be a fun and easy way to beat the winter blues while supporting the Cape’s local economy and workforce, now and in the future.”

Lauren Barker, CCYP CEO

Weekly Events in March Aim to Get Locals Socializing, Supporting Local Businesses

Cape Cod Young Professionals (CCYP), a nonprofit that works to connect, engage, and advance Cape Cod’s young workforce and leaders, is excited to announce a series of benefit nights during the month of March, collectively dubbed “Slush Month.” Every Thursday night during the month of March, a different local restaurant or business will welcome locals for great food and entertainment, with a percentage of proceeds for the evening benefiting CCYP’s year-round programming and events. Full event details can be found at capecodyoungprofessionals.org/slush-month. Locations, dates, and entertainment information for the Slush Month events are as follows:


March 5, 2020

5 – 8 PM at Sea Dog Brew Pub (23 Whites Path, South Yarmouth)

Join in for Sea Dog Brew Pub’s signature Music Bingo at 8:30 PM. 10% of food sales (excluding pizza) will be donated to CCYP.


March 12, 2020

5 – 8 PM at Pizza Barbone (390 Main Street, Hyannis)

Grab a pizza to go or eat in. 10% of food sales will be donated to CCYP.


March 19, 2020

5 – 8 PM at The Pheasant (905 Main Street, Dennis)

Reservations and walk-ins will both be accepted. Music provided by Schulyer Grant. 10% of food sales will be donated to CCYP.

March 26, 2020 from 5 – 8 PM at Ten Pin (769 Iyannough Road, Hyannis)

Bring the whole family for dinner and games. 20% of food and beverage orders as well as 20% of game card sales (applies to $10 and $20 game cards) will be donated to CCYP.

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The name “Slush Month” comes from the not-so-beloved snowy “slush” that frequently covers Cape Cod during the month of March – a month when many locals are enduring the last gray days of winter and eagerly awaiting the arrival of spring. Slush Month aims to help Cape residents beat their cabin fever by getting out to socialize and enjoy great food and entertainment, all while supporting local businesses during what is typically a slow month. A percentage of food and drink sales for each night will be donated to CCYP to support the organization’s efforts in the areas of community connection, civic engagement, and career development for young workers on Cape Cod.

“We’re so excited to partner with these great establishments to encourage our Cape Cod community to get out, have fun, and support local businesses during a slow month,” says CCYP CEO Lauren Barker. “And with each event night generously benefiting CCYP, Slush Month is sure to be a fun and easy way to beat the winter blues while supporting the Cape’s local economy and workforce, now and in the future.”