HIGHLAND — Girls on the Run of Northwest Indiana is collaborating with Fuzzyline Brewing Co. to host a Fun Run on Thursday.
Check-in starts at 5:30 p.m., racing starts at 6 p.m. The event is for all ages and consists of a fun 3 mile walk/run or a 1 mile walk.
After the outdoor activities, participants are invited to return to Fuzzyline at 2712 Condit St. in Highland for a raffle and to purchase food and beverages.
Fuzzyline will feature a special beer collaboration called “Fearless FemALE” with IBRU, the local brewing club, in honor of the 15th anniversary of Girls on the Run of Northwest Indiana.
Since the event takes place during Fuzzyline opening hours, it will not be a private event. Participants planning to participate in the walks/runs must register for the event. Participants who intend to come to Fuzzyline only to purchase “Fearless FemALE” do not need to register for this event.
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Registration is $10 and available online and for attendees upon arrival at the event. Participants are encouraged to register online in advance to ensure they receive a T-shirt in their size, as well as other surprises.
“Girls on the Run continues to thrive in NWI thanks to the generous support of our community,” said Jill Schlueter-Kim, Executive Director of Girls on the Run of Northwest Indiana.
“We are grateful to both Fuzzyline and IBRU for sharing their time, resources and brewing skills with us.”
Register for the Fuzzyline Fun Run:
Girls on the Run inspires girls in grades three through eight to enhance their inner strength and celebrate what makes them unique.
Trained coaches lead small teams through a 10-week program that includes talks, activities and racing games. The program culminates with girls positively impacting their communities through a service project and being physically and emotionally prepared to complete a 5K celebration event.
Throughout 2022, Girls on the Run of Northwest Indiana will celebrate its 15th anniversary and look forward to many years of positively impacting the lives of girls in their communities.