This saturday, August 24, 2013 Big Al’s in Meridian will present the Brews n’ Blues event featuring singer/songwriter and Blues Hall of Famer Jimmy Lloyd Rea and the Switchmasters. Also performing on the Harmonica will be Captain Harry Lewis from Discovery Channel’s Deadliest Catch. Big Al’s will be donating a portion of the proceeds from Brews n’ Blues to Trevor’s Trek Foundation to help fund construction costs for the Children’s Cancer Pavilion in Julia Davis Park.
The new pavilion will be a place where young cancer survivors can congregate and celebrate the end of their cancer treatment; a sanctuary where they can read, play, enjoy picnics with family and friends; their own Happy Place. Trevor’s Trek Foundation was founded by 23 year old Idaho brain cancer survivor Trevor Schaefer. Trevor was diagnosed with cancer at the age of 13. Next month is National Childhood Cancer Awareness Month. Please join Trevor’s Trek Foundation and Big Al’s in getting a head start to honor Idaho’s children who have battled cancer. We hope to see you at Big Al’s for Brews n’ Blues; a special thanks to Big Al’s and Brews n’ Blues for their support!
Big Al’s, located at 1900 N. Eagle Rd. in Meridian, is the premier family-owned Entertainment Destination in the Northwest with locations in Vancouver, WA, Beaverton, OR, and now in the Treasure Valley. Integrated into the fabric of local communities, Big Al’s boasts over 66,000 SQFT of the latest arcade games, 42 bowling lanes, and the region’s largest HD projection screen (55’!) as the focal point of its massive stadium-style Sports Bar & Grill. Big Al’s appeals to families, sports enthusiasts, event planners, and anyone looking for a great time with great food in a contemporary NW-style atmosphere. Perfectly suited for large groups, Big Al’s is also a favorite of local businesses, sports teams, community groups, and high schools who can easily entertain in a no-hassle, flexible, and delicious way.