Brews, Bites & BINGO will take place Friday, July 26th at Food For Thought Outreach. Have a beer while you blot those Bingo boxes for a chance to win incredible prizes from local individuals and businesses. Brews Bites an BINGO benefits Rosemary Beach Foundation and their charitable partner, Food For Thought Outreach Inc.
Tickets at www.rbbingo.com
Gather your family, friends and co-workers and be sure to arrive early (6 - 7pm), grab your lucky spot, bid on silent auction and enjoy small bites by Grayton Beer Brewpub and Grayton Beer Company.
BINGO starts at 7 pm. Win some awesome prizes including the GRAND PRIZE, a $500 Cash Jackpot!
$45 Per Person, $55 after July 10th (Ages 21 and up). Price includes Bingo Book, Dauber, and two complimentary drinks. There will be 4 cards per game and 10 games total in each Bingo Book.
For even more opportunity to win, at the event, you may purchase additional Bingo cards or participate in the 50/50 SPLIT THE POT RAFFLE. (Participants may purchase more than one book, but they cannot be split between players.)
Food For Thought is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization based in Santa Rosa Beach, FL that provides backpacks filled with healthy, easy to prepare food for students who are dependent on free or reduced school meals. Our goal is to support a child’s development and educational experience by bridging the gap between school meals during weekends and holiday breaks. Food For Thought has been working to fight child hunger since 2010, and currently serves 31 schools in Walton and Okaloosa Counties, providing backpacks for 3,000 students each week.
Rosemary Beach Foundation offers and supports community events, cultural programs, educational projects, and charitable activities. Annual programs are Girls Getaway, Music in Pictures, Rosemary Beach Unleashed, Walk Her Way, Fall Bocce and 30A Cornhole Tournaments. Through these efforts, Rosemary Beach Foundation has donated $500,000.
Rosemary Beach is a unique and picturesque beach town that brings an island charm and style to the eastern end of South Walton. One of a handful of New Urban towns on Scenic 30A, it’s a place that’s meant to be experienced on foot or by bike. Its narrow streets and paths are begging to be explored. Established in 1995, it’s name comes from the local Rosemary plants which grow among the sand dunes and along the trails in SoWal. Like the plant, Rosemary Beach has stand-out beauty, yet fits perfectly into the diverse South Walton community.
Learn more at SoWal.com Towns Guide: Rosemary Beach