Second Annual Noblesville BrewBQ Taking Place Saturday, August 19 in Federal Hill Commons

Mar 24, 2017 | Digital Marketing, General

NOBLESVILLE (March 14, 2017) – The Noblesville Rotary Club announces the return of their annual “BrewBQ” taking place this year on Saturday, August 19 at the new Federal Hill Commons in downtown Noblesville. The BrewBQ benefits local students who attend Noblesville’s Ivy Tech campus. The event will be held from 4pm – 9pm.

“We’re thrilled to bring back this event for the second year and are excited to be able to host it at Noblesville’s new Federal Hill Commons while raising funds for local students.”

Craig Beougher

President Elect, Noblesville Rotary Club

The Second Annual Noblesville BrewBQ event is sponsored by BlueSky Technology Partners and will feature an amateur BBQ competition, beer supplied by local vendors (included in the price of the ticket), and music throughout the evening.

The musical stage is sponsored by Associated Drywall Partners, Inc. and features Fishers Switch Vibe from 4-6pm and That’s What She Said from 7-9pm.

For the competition portion, there will be awards from a panel of judges as well as an award based on votes by BrewBQ attendees.

For those interested in participating in the cook-off or event sponsorship, registration is available by completing this form.

Tickets are on sale for $45 in advance, $50 at the door. Tickets include beer and BBQ from 4pm-9pm. There is also a Designated Driver ticket available for $35, which features water and soda instead of beer.

Event Sponsors include Don Myers Construction, Meyer-Najem Construction, Prairie Lakes Health Campus and Kindred At Home.

About The Noblesville Rotary Club

The Rotary Club of Noblesville was formed in 1955 to contribute to the Noblesville and Cicero communities. The club has directly impacted the local community over the years – most recently starting a scholarship program for Ivy Tech Community College, sponsoring exchange student cultural programs, children’s literacy initiatives and assisting the Humane Society’s Pets for Vets program. The Rotary Club of Noblesville also regularly welcomes distinguished speakers on a variety of topics