April could be nicknamed "Cheap Ice Cream" Month because the cool people at Baskin-Robbins are holding the philanthropic 31-cent Scoop Night two weeks after Ben & Jerry's did.
In addition to inexpensive dessert, customers have the opportunity to donate to a local fire charity. The Baskin-Robbins Community Foundation is already giving a check for $100,000 to the National Fallen Firefighters Foundation, so show some love to the brave heroes who protected us from the Santiago Canyon fires.
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More scoopage after the jump.
This sweet event is being held on hump day, Wednesday, April 27, from 5 to 10 p.m. To find a participating store, here's a link to the locator page. If you can't bring a friend, bring something to read because there's gonna be a wait for delicious flavor.
Speaking of flavor, its flavor of the month is the appropriately named Firehouse #31. Too nondescript for your taste? Request a pink spoonful of the stuff, and taste the blend of vanilla and red-cinnamon ice cream, with a crunchy lace of matching hot-cinnamon ribbon throughout. If that doesn't worry you, then maybe the hot candy bits incorporated will.