An evening of bratwurst and
brews, all in the name of literacy
September 13, 2012
Join us for a night filled with music, food, wine, and of course, beer as Project Flight hosts the fifth annual Booktoberfest. The event will take place at the historic and beautifully restored Pearl @ The Webb. Proceeds from this German-inspired event will help fund literacy programs for children. Your ticket, along with the money raised in a variety of auctions, will go directly toward putting books in the hands of children.
September 13, 2012
Enjoy live music by The Ausländers and food and craft beers provided by Pearl Street Grill & Brewery while browsing an assortment of wunderbar auction and raffle items.
Tickets for Booktoberfest are $30 each and can be purchased here.
Ticket proceeds will go toward providing books and research-based literacy programs to schools and families in need across Western New York.
Raise your stein to our
To our Pulitzer Sponsors.
To our Newberry Sponsors.
And to our Media Sponsors.
Sponsorship opportunities are still available. Interested parties should contact John Fletcher at email@example.com or 716-698-8401.
Hemingway Sponsor – $3500
- Exclusive major sponsor of Booktoberfest
- Includes: 10 tickets, plus recognition on website, invitation, Facebook page, and at the event
Nobel Sponsor – $2500
- Includes: 8 tickets, recognition on website
Pulitzer Sponsor – $1000
- Includes: 6 tickets, recognition on website
Newberry Sponsor – $500
- Includes: 4 tickets, recognition on website
Since 1994, Project Flight has been dedicated to promoting literacy in children from pre-K through high school by getting books in the hands of kids who need them. To date, we've delivered more than two million books. We also provide tutoring to students and training to educators and parents. And we work with schools and community organizations on innovative educational strategies, grants, research, and evaluation – all with the goal of increasing literacy levels.
In the years to come we plan to continue our mission of ensuring every child lives in a literate environment, has books, and can read at grade level. We ultimately hope to become educators' preferred source – locally, nationally, and internationally – for guidance in improving student literacy.