2020 Beltway Brew 5k

March 8th, 2020 11am EST

$0 - $30
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2020 Beltway Brew 5k
About this event

Points count towards our Year-Long 5k & Back of the Pack Series.  Points count towards Sippin Series.  Find more info about the series here.

Runners Receive:

A glass of beer from Beltway Brewing, Finisher’s Medal, Technical (Drifit) Event Shirt, & A Chip Timed Event

Benefiting SCAN of Northern VA.  Find out more info at the bottom.

Come enjoy this flat course and then enjoy a beer at Beltway Brewing!

Walkers and strollers are welcome to attend this event.

Now offering a virtual run option for those who cannot make it on race day.  You will receive a medal


Race Start Times

5k – 11am


Registration Fees

5k – $30, until February 15 ($35)

T-shirts guaranteed to runners registered before February 26.  We will order extra t-shirts for those who register after that date, but it is on a first-come first-served basis.


Course Maps can be found at:



Packet Pickup

At the event (one hour before the race starts).


Race Day Registration

There will be race day registration. Participants will need to arrive around 45 minutes before the race to get registered for the event. T-shirts sizes can not be guaranteed for race day registers.


Directions to Parking

The race starts and ends near the parking lot.  Parking will be available around Beltway Brewing. Parking can be limited at the brewery itself, but there are parking lots nearby (22620 Davis Dr #110, Sterling, VA 20164).


SCAN of Northern VA

SCAN has 4 programs: CASA (court appointed special advocates), professional development, family programs, and public education.


Court-Appointed Special Advocate (CASA) program:

  • we recruit, train, support, and supervise community volunteers who advocate for abused and neglected children in the Arlington and Alexandria court systems
  • CASA volunteers serve as the voice of abused and neglected children in court, ensuring judges have the best information possible on which to base potentially life-changing decisions

Professional Development:

  • trains the front lines of child protection, police officers, teachers, medical professionals, coaches, etc., on the signs and symptoms of neglect and abuse
  • front-line protectors are taught to identify potential neglect and abuse and respond in a trauma-informed manner to avoid re-traumatization

Family Programs:

  • provides information, support, and resources to at-risk families
  • teaches English and Spanish classes using evidence-based curricula that help family members build stronger connections with one another
  • parents learn about child development, communication of physical and emotional needs, establishing routines for family activities, effective discipline methods, handling stress, and building family cohesion
  • provides concurrent children's programs to help youth develop emotional and social competence, resilience, and communication skills

Public Education:

  • Educates parents, caregivers, community leaders, and neighbors—about positive parenting, preventing child abuse, and strengthening families
Beltway Brewing
22620 Davis Dr #110
Sterling, Virginia 20164
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March 8th, 2020 11am EST
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