The leaves change, you have to brave the crowd at the store for Halloween costumes, and the temperatures drop. Bring out your jackets and boots and enjoy the Fall season! Come experience the Family Oktoberfest at Episcopal Church (203 S Kensington in LaGrange). The event will be on Saturday October 19 from 4-9pm.
Listening to great music from Ivas John and bobbing for apples are just the beginning! There will be food, prizes, games, and more! Kids can bounce in a bouncy house or scream in the haunted house.
While they are enjoying their kid time, feel free to enjoy yourself as an adult with a glass of wine or enjoy Chicago’s Original Craft Beer, Baderbräu. Over the years, Baderbräu has won several awards and was once regarded as the “best pilsener I've ever tasted in America" by acclaimed beer critic Michael Jackson!
Baderbräu (http://www.baderbrau.com) has developed a positive reputation in the craft beer world since the late 1980s. When Baderbräu disappeared for a short time, Chicago was left wondering what happened to the great craft beer! Rob Sama eventually earned the rights to the trademark and original recipe and has brought it back to our city after finding that Chicagoans missed the beer, and there was a group of new drinkers interested!
Tickets are reasonable with a Family Package ($20), which includes 2 adults, 2 kids, and 2 drinks. Individuals are $10 and kids are $5.