Bull Valley Invites Public to Oktoberfest Next Sunday

Big doings a week from now in Bull Valley.

The Village of Bull Valley invites you to its Third Annual Oktoberfest, and celebration of the 40th Anniversary of the formation of the Village!


Stickney House is located at 1904 Cherry Valley Road, Bull Valley.

Entry fee $5. Children 12 and under admitted free.

OPENING CEREMONY: Operation Wild Horse Mounted Color Guard will open the event.

MUSIC: Traditional German Band, Die Musikmeisters return this year, joined by Big Fish and Guyz With Bad Eyez.

FOR THE KIDS: Meet Padre, the Wild Mustang, a Breyer Horse celebrity. Free copies of his book Padre the Mustang, A True Story, for the children. Other activities include face painting, pumpkin painting (while pumpkins last), and a ring toss game. Children 12 and under will get a free 40th Birthday cookie in honor of the 40th Anniversary of the founding of the Village.

FOOD AND DRINK: Come hungry for MoonTime Smokin` BBQ, Sadies’s Roasted Corn, MJ’s Coffee Bar & Concessions, Sweet Pea Emporium, Gypsy’s Gourmet Goodies, Grandma’s New England Cakes and more. Veterans from Operation Wild Horse will sell hot dogs. Beers include Miller Lite and local craft beers from Crystal Lake Brewing and Scorched Earth Brewing Companies. Binny’s Beverage Depot in McHenry is sponsoring a wine tasting. Countryside Flowers will be selling Mums. Educate Bwindi will be selling handcrafted jewelry.

Check the Village web site often as we update our growing list of food and drink vendors and entertainment at www.bullvalleyoktoberfest.com or email bvoktoberfest@gmail.com.


Bull Valley Invites Public to Oktoberfest Next Sunday — 4 Comments

  1. Bull Valley should repay back all the phony traffic tickets issued by their crooked Barney Fife police force over the years!

  2. I wouldn’t consume even a single beer if I went to this shindig.

    It wouldn’t surprise me a bit if the BVPD decided to use this opportunity to make bogus DUI arrests.

    The police can arrest you for a BAL considerably below 0.08% if they claim that you appear impaired.

    Your license wouldn’t be subject to summary suspension, but it would still be a very expensive fight.

  3. I wouldn’t go anywhere near Bull Valley for that very reason.

    Their reputation for manufacturing bogus traffic citations precedes them and is

    very well known through out MCC …. and far beyond.

  4. Bull Valley police have a terrible reputation.

    Sad to say, the police bring this upon themselves.

    Crystal Lake has been dealing with this for years.

    Wake up.

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