Local literacy nonprofit Ferst Readers of Bulloch County will host their second annual “Brews for Books” downhill .5K stroll in downtown Statesboro on March 12 at 1:00 PM

Explore the downtown area, get a little exercise, and enjoy a few cold ones with your friends — all while supporting a wonderful cause.

Credit: Ferst Readers of Bulloch County

The event will begin on the back deck of Tandoor & Tap on East Main Street and finish up on the front porch of Eagle Creek Brewery, near the intersection of East Main and Savannah Avenue. Participants are encouraged to arrive early and stay after the event to enjoy food and refreshments from both venues.

Prizes will be awarded for most spirited group, goofiest green gear, and for last place.

Registration is $36 and is open to everyone, ages 21 and up. The fee includes a commemorative Koozie and two tickets redeemable for beer at both Tandoor & Tap and Eagle Creek Brewery.

Register for “Brews and Books”

Participants may register by clicking here or scanning the QR code:

Brews for Books

About Ferst Readers of Bulloch County

Ferst Readers is a nonprofit organization that promotes the development of early childhood literacy skills in children from birth to age 5 by providing developmentally appropriate books and literacy support materials to children and their families. Every child enrolled in the Ferst Readers program receives a book a month mailed directly to their home until their fifth birthday. Ferst Readers of Bulloch County has provided over 70,000 books to children in our community since 2013.