Second annual Marquette Coffee Crawl takes the streets Saturday

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MARQUETTE, Mich. (WLUC) - The second annual Marquette Coffee Crawl hosted by Northern Michigan University's Public Relations Student Society of America is this Saturday.

Visiting eight local coffee houses, 300 participants can enjoy top brews while contributing to the Marquette Women's Center in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month.

Crawlers are encouraged to venture downtown Marquette at their own pace, where they will meet other coffee lovers and get a taste of each coffeehouse.

“[Participants] are going to be receiving a coffee passport, where they will be able to get stamps at each coffee shop," explains Micah Carroll, Marquette Coffee Crawl Media Coordinator. "We’ll have tables obviously educating people about Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Women’s Center is going to be involved, along with other Northern student organizations.”

Three time spots are available: 8 a.m. – 10 a.m., 10 a.m. – 12 p.m., and 12 p.m. – 2 p.m.

All crawls will start at the Upper Peninsula Children's Museum.

Tickets are thirteen dollars, equivalent to one night's stay at the Marquette Women's Center, and can be purchases here. Upgraded ticket packages are also on sale.

The second annual Marquette Coffee Crawl will feature eight local coffee shops:
- Babycakes Muffin Co.
- Cafe Allenatore
- Contrast Coffee Co.
- Dead River Coffee
- Bob's Bomb Bay (aka) Java Bay
- Velodrome Coffee Co.
- The Crib
- Crusie-N-Coffee

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