Jun 162017

Project 16:49, a local organization serving our community’s unaccompanied homeless youth, is the non-profit host and beneficiary of Bike Night at Boardtracker Harley-Davidson on Tuesday, June 20 from 5 to 9 PM.


Bike Night to benefit Project 16:49

Bike Night details

Relax with friends in the beer garden, and enjoy live music under the stars at the Rudi Kutter Memorial Pavilion featuring sounds from the blues-rock underground by The Healers. The final round of 105.9 The Hog’s Rock Calendar Girls competition will take place, along with a variety of 50/50 and bucket raffles. Food from Box Cars Pub & Grill will be available.

Click here to view the full schedule of Bike Night dates and bands

About Project 16:49

Net proceeds from the bar go to support Project 16:49’s mission of empowering Rock County’s unaccompanied homeless youth to take action to achieve their goals.

Project 16:49 is a year-round resource for these students. The organization assists with basic needs and provides case management to ensure youth have access to other services and support they need to complete their high school education and transition to independent living.

More than 300 unaccompanied homeless students are identified in Rock County each year. For more information, please contact Tammy DeGarmo at (608) 314-5501 or ed@project1649.org.

Donate to Project 16:49

If you cannot attend, and want to support Project 16:49’s youth, donations to the organization can be made online or by mail to: Project 16:49, 740 N Randall Avenue, Janesville, WI 53545.