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22nd century media | May 18, 2017 | 23

Craft beer, live entertainment all

featured at Manhattan on Tap

All are cordially invited to attend

the second annual Manhattan on Tap

Craft Beer Festival on Saturday, June

17. For this event, many craft beers

from some of the finest local breweries

will be available to sample. The Tasting

Package ticket is just $20 and includes

entry to the festival, a souvenir tasting

glass and 10 tasting tickets. Tasting Package

tickets can be purchased at the gate

the day of the event or they can be purchased

in advance at these fine locations:

The Village of Manhattan, 260 Market

Place in Manhattan; Berkot’s Super

Foods in Manhattan on 100 Market Place

and Berkot’s Super Foods in New Lenox

on 2141 Calistoga Dr.

Since craft beers aren’t for everyone, a

reduced general admission ticket is also

available that will provide access to domestic

mainstream beers. The general

admission ticket can be purchased at the

gate the day of the event for just $5.

The festival will also offer its patrons

food from local restaurants such as Roadhouse

52, the Manhattan Firehouse Grill,

Parmesan’s Wood Stone Pizza, and Candy

and Corn. This year is sure to guarantee

top notch entertainment. Bruce Stone

and Friends will kick off the fest at 6 p.m.

with an eclectic mix of classic rock and

original compositions with an acoustic

spin covering artists from Johnny Cash

to Pink Floyd and little of everything in

between. They are sure to be a crowd favorite!

At 7:30 p.m. the band ANTHEM provides

a musical experience that goes

above and beyond the typical classic rock

band, covering all-time favorites like

Styx, REO, Journey, Boston, Whitesnake,

Led Zeppelin, Kansas, Queen, Boston,

Aerosmith, Van Halen, Foreigner, Alice

in Chains, Eagles, Neon Trees, Neil Diamond,

Sublime, John Mellencamp and

more!

The best part of this festival is that the

profits from Manhattan on Tap are given

back to the non-profit community groups

that helped organize the event. Those

groups are:

Village of Manhattan, Illinois Celtics

Baseball, Manhattan Lion’s Club, Manhattan

Chamber of Commerce, Manhattan

Fire Protection District Union, Manhattan

Historical Society, Manhattan Patriots

Football/Cheer, Manhattan Township

Food Pantry, Manhattan Woman’s Club

and Operation Care Package. For more

information on Manhattan on Tap, visit

our website: www.manhattanontap.com.

Submitted by Village of Manhattan, 260 Market

Place in Manhattan. For more information,

call (815) 418-2100 or visit

www.villageofmanhattan.org.

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forms ever the shyest kids into children

who are comfortable on stage in front of

a large crowd. This experience is invaluable.”

The programs begin June 12 and meets

Monday-Thursday at St. Mary School in

Mokena, offering both morning and afternoon

sessions. The junior camp runs four

weeks, culminating with a performance at

Lincoln-way Central High School on July

6. The junior program runs five weeks

and will hold a weekend of performances

at Lincoln-way Central July 14-16. The

camp is still accepting registrations and

forms and more details can be found at

www.ccctheatre.com.

“I hope the community will embrace

these two shows both by involving their

children in the camp as well as by coming

to see the shows!” Meg adds. “Our production

team is hard at work planning a

wonderful camp and a terrific show. It is

going to be a great summer!”

Submitted by Curtain Call Theatre, 11112

Front St. in Mokena. For more information,

call (708) 607-2281 or visit

www.ccctheatre.com.

MANHATTAN ON TAP

CRAFT BEER FEST

SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 2017 / 6PM – 11PM

PARK ROAD / DOWNTOWN MANHATTAN

‣ OVER 20 CRAFT BEERS FROM LOCAL BREWERIES

‣ FOOD FROM LOCAL RESTAURANTS

FOR MORE INFORMATION:

http://www.manhattanontap.com

‣ LIVE ENTERTAINMENT:

BRUCE STONE AND FRIENDS AT 6:00 PM

ANTHEM AT 7:30 PM

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