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Social Capital 2015 Green Line Bar Crawl

The 2nd Social Capital Annual Green Line Bar Crawl is slated for Saturday, July 18. The crawl starts at 2 p.m. and will run through the evening, making its way from downtown Minneapolis to St. Paul and Back.
It’ll make multiple stops along the way, including Sneaky Pete’s, Turf Club, Camp Bar, Tracks Sports Bar, Sally’s Saloon and Eatery, and Bar Zia. Tickets can be purchased for $20 in advance, or $25 the day of the event, and include an all-day Light Rail pass, sunglasses and drink specials at each bar.

To register for the event, or to learn more, visit

Join us for Social Capital’s Most Loved Causes Event

During the last few years, Social Capital has had opportunity to partner with awesome causes doing awesome work in the Twin Cities. Our next event pays homage to three causes you loved most. Join us on February 1, 2014 at Mason’s in downtown Minneapolis to party with a purpose in support of three all-star organizations.

Social Capital’s Most Loved Causes
Saturday, February 1, 2014
| 8pm – 2am
Mason’s Restaurant and Barre
528 Hennepin Avenue S (at 6th Street), Minneapolis

Three of the causes you loved most (from previous events) will be at Mason’s on February 1st to have fun with you, meet new people and share their incredible stories. This time, we’ll be featuring:

Avenues for Homeless Youth


Propel for Jeremiah Program

Just like all Social Capital events, this party is free to attend–simply bring a donation (as much or as little as you’d like to donate) to one of these three causes.

And because Valentine’s Day is right around the corner from this festive February soiree, SoCap is feeling the love. We’ll have some special surprises in store for attendees to help share the love.

If you’re unable to attend the event and want to make a donation online, you can do that now! This is also a great option for those that want to avoid the lines on Saturday.

Eventbrite - Social Capital's "Most Loved Causes" Event

See you there! #PartyWithAPurpose