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Anza-Borrego + Brews: Pints 4 the Park

Support the Anza-Borrego Foundation while sipping some suds in Borrego Springs.

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    Anza-Borrego + Brews: Pints 4 the Park
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    Adore Anza-Borrego State Desert Park? Join a foamy fundraiser for the park's foundation on Saturday, Oct. 21.

    GUSH, IF YOU WILL, over your favorite parts of Anza-Borrego Desert State Park, and do so at length. We added the "at length" recommendation because, as you surely know, the Anza-Borrego is California's largest state park, and rhasodizing over its many excellent qualities, sights, and features can take some time. But also time-taking? How deeply its devotees do love its desertscapes, and the many animals that occupy the hills, canyons, and open spaces. To be able to support this sublime spot, one that offers so much beauty and recreation and wonder and peace, is something many fans regularly seek to do, in numerous ways. But the sudsiest chance is going to bubble up on Saturday, Oct. 21 when Pints 4 the Park 2017 pops up in Borrego Springs. It's a fundraiser for the hardworking, desert-championing...

    ANZA-BORREGO FOUNDATION, and it will line up the glasses "outside of Borrego Outfitters at The Mall in Borrego Springs." How it works? You'll spend fifteen bucks, dear Anza-Borrego buff, which is your purchase price for a stainless steel pint, then the Nickel Beer Co. of Julian will fill it up. Want a refill at the early-evening soiree? It's five bucks. Just find your designated driver, or a hotel near the happening, one that's walkable, and you're in the groove. Also in the groove? Borrego Days Desert Festival is happening that same weekend, which means a lot of extra merriment around town. Will you meet others who adore the Anza-Borrego like you do? Who want to talk about the bighorn sheep and Font's Point and Palm Canyon Oasis and, well, everything? The love of the desert, and its magic, does run deep.