Brewfest 2016

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By now most of you have probably already noticed that we haven’t mentioned anything about Brewfest 2016. Due to new enforcement regulations etc we are unable to host the event until we can come up with new ideas and sponsors that can help us.

Until then, please support our organization in other ways by volunteering or by making a donation on our website.

You can read more information about the new regulations here: https://beerofsc.com/2016/06/28/your-special-event-is-probably-illegal-now/

KFB Hosts Free Education Workshop on Oct 22, 2016

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For Immediate Release
8/21/16

Keep Florence Beautiful (KFB) will host a two-part environmental education workshop for Florence County educators.
On Saturday, October 22, Keep Florence Beautiful will host a free, two-part environmental education workshop for Florence County K-12 educators. Participating teachers will receive training in DHEC’s “Action for a Cleaner Tomorrow” curriculum and in the Green Steps Program for Environmental Education. They will also receive a copy of the “Action” curriculum, recertification credit, lunch, a t-shirt, and classroom supplies.

The “Action” curriculum is a national award-winning kindergarten through 12th grade, activity-based, interdisciplinary curriculum supplement that is aligned with the newest South Carolina Standards. Green Steps is an environmental education initiative that encourages individual schools to take annual steps toward becoming more environmentally responsible by focusing on students’ “learning, doing, and teaching others.” Though Green Steps has been in existence since 2003, Sneed Middle School is the only Florence County school that currently participates.

Lisa Perry, 7th Grade Science teacher, is the Sneed Green Steps Team leader and has used the “Action” curriculum in her classroom for five years. “When I first learned about Green Steps, I was surprised at the number of projects I already involved my students in that fit into the Green Steps model of ‘learn, do, teach.’ I appreciate that ‘Action’ is hands-on, engaging, and allows students to see that sustainable practices can be economically, aesthetically, and environmentally rewarding both to them and the wider community.”

Participation is limited to 40 educators, and interested parties should visit the following link to register: http://tinyurl.com/eeregistration2016.

The 2016 Great American Cleanup

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GAC_KAB_wordmarksIn its 16th year as an affiliate of Keep America Beautiful, the Keep Florence Beautiful Board of Directors, along with individuals, churches, nonprofit organizations, political organizations, businesses and schools, join hands in cleaning up Florence and ridding streets and neighborhoods of debris and trash.

The Great American Cleanup (GAC) will be held Saturday, April 30, 2016. Volunteers will be cleaning their designated areas of the community then meeting at Timrod Park in Florence where teams turn in their clean up reports and enjoy a free lunch provided by Keep Florence Beautiful and its sponsors.

In addition to the GAC, Keep Florence Beautiful has teamed up with Florence County Disabilities and Special Needs to collect paper at Timrod Park, to be recycled. The paper will be collected onsite then shredded at the AAA certified Palmetto Secure Document Destruction Facility. Best Buy will also be on hand to offer e-cycle. Funds and materials from the collection will be used to support beautification projects in the Florence Area.

WE NEED YOU TO HELP MAKE FLORENCE A CLEANER,
MORE BEAUTIFUL PLACE TO LIVE!

Follow the steps below to get involved:

  1. Gather Your Team – There is no minimum or maximum but we recommend at least two people.
  2. Choose A Location – Your block might be a good place to start.  Let us know if you need help choosing a location.
  3. Sign Up – Download the GAC Packet.  Complete the registration form for your team and an authorization form for each team member.
  4. Pick Up Supplies – Supplies will be available for pickup on April 20 from 6-8 PM at the Billy Jeffers Center at Timrod Park or by special appointment.
  5. Clean Up – Get out there and have fun.  Don’t forget to send us your photos or post them to Facebook with #wearekfb
  6. Submit Your Report & Celebrate – Bring your cleanup report (found in the GAC Packet) to Timrod Park between 10 AM and Noon on April 30 and enjoy a free lunch as our thanks to you.

Click Here to download the 2016 GAC Flyer

Keep Florence Beautiful.

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social-media-bar-2“BE THE CHANGE YOU WISH TO SEE IN THE WORLD.” 

#wearekfb

Snap a photo of you & your team during your cleanup, share it using our hashtag and we will feature it on our website & social media pages!

2015 KFB Brewfest

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KFB wants to send a warm ‘thank you’ to everyone that attended this years KFB Brew Fest!  Please send us your photos so that we can add them to our gallery…see you next time!

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THANKS TO ALL WHO ATTENDED OUR EVENT ON

SbrewfestlogoATURDAY SEPTEMBER 26 , 2-6 PM
AT ROSENEATH FARM – FLORENCE, SC

BREW FEST IS AN OVER 21 EVENT

LOCAL BREWS & FOOD.
 
TICKET SALES.
Local & regional craft brewers along with local home brewers will be on hand pouring their prized craft beers. Several outstanding national and foreign craft beers will be available to try. For the wine lovers Grotto Fine Wine will be pouring samples of their favorite wines. Local favorites Wholly Smokin’ BBQ & Ribs and 1031 Grill will be selling their palate tempting food.

Pay at the gate.

$3o donation per ticket – includes unlimited beer and wine tasting, soft drinks, and water.

$15 donation  ‘DD ticket’ also available; includes free soft drinks/water only ( no alcohol).

If you purchased you ticket online before the 8pm cut-off on Sept 35 KFB will have your name listed at the entrance to expedite the check in process.  Please have your Photo ID ready to show our volunteers at check-in.

HOME BREW CONTEST.
 
HOME BREW ENTREES.

The Fifth Annual Brew fest is an AGA /BJCP sanctioned competition. First, second, and third place prizes will be awarded for best beers. Homebrewer’s Pantry of Conway will sponsor the Peoples Choice Competition; attendees will get to sample and vote for their favorite home brews hand crafted by local (Florence Area) brewers.


LIVE, LOCAL MUSIC…ALL DAY.

As always we will have great live, local music for you to enjoy all festival long! This year Morgan’s Road will be performing throughout the day.


*FOOTBALL FAN? WE’VE PREPARED.

 Don’t miss a play while enjoying great beer at a great event! We will have TWO big screen TVs with football games on for those football fans in the area.


EVENT LOCATION.

 ROSENEATH FARM
1102 CHEROKEE RD FLORENCE, SC
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Once again the event will be held at Roseneath and we are delighted to be there! Roseneath Farm perfectly embodies the mission of Keep Florence Beautiful with towering trees and peaceful in-town setting.

Free event parking will be available at the grass lot across the street on Cherokee Road.

 

Download the Application
Pay Home Brew Entry fees ($5 per beer, 3 beer max)
DEADLINE: SEPT 19TH
see Application deadline for details

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SPONSORSHIP OPPORTUNITIES.

View Sponsor Page
where you will find more information about sponsoring this event.

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CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE EVENT POSTER2015_BREWFEST_POSTER 

VENDOR OPPORTUNITIES.

All items sold must be handmade by the applicant Click to Download Vendor Application email to jonesarah6@gmail.com

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