2. Pay attention to signs at businesses
Some stores already have decals on their front doors telling people whether DORA drinkers are welcome.
Decals that say, “DORA Beverages Welcome” mean you can take your adult beverage into the business.
Other decals say “Please No DORA Beverages,” or for businesses that sell adult drinks, “DORA Sold Here.”
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3. Stay inside the DORA boundaries
Participants must remain within designated drinking areas — which are marked by signs — in the downtown, Main Street and German Village areas.
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4. The DORA has specific operating hours
The DORA program will run noon to midnight every day of the week, beginning today, May 3.
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5. Here’s where you can buy your DORA cup
Some of the establishments that are participating include: Municipal Brew Works; Basil 1791; Plaza One Grille; Quarter Barrel Brewery & Pub; and Richard’s Pizza.
Pending establishments include Neal’s BBQ and North Second Tap & Bottle Shop.
Two other organizations, Fitton Center for Creative Arts and Monkey’s Mutual Aid Society, will sometimes participate during special events that will be posted.