The great Lake Geneva Pub Crawl.
Lake Geneva Pub & Grub Crawl is this weekend; starting Friday, October 23rd, at 3 p.m., and runs through Sunday, October 25th, at 11 p.m.. This is a great public event hosted by the Lake Geneva Jaycees and Champs Sports Bar and Grill. Wristbands are $25.00 and come with five drink and food tokens that are used at participating drinking and eating establishments in the area.
Businesses included on the crawl are Next Door Pub, Mars, Flat Iron Tap, The Bottle Shop, Champs, Barrique, The Boat House, Sprechers, Topsy Turvy, Hogs & Kisses, and Oakfire Grill. All are offering great drinks and food items. Weekend and overnight stays are encouraged to ensure everyone is able to sample many different places and spirits safely. The Fairfield Inn, Harbor Shores, Comfort Suites, and the Cove are all offering special weekend rates for the event. The Pub & Grub Crawl is a great event and supports a great city along with many different community charities and other businesses nearby.
Visit Lake Geneva is running full steam ahead for the annual electric Christmas parade.
The Christmas Parade kicks off the Christmas season and is a very popular event for locals and visitors. The parade will take place on December 5th, and run through the Lake Geneva downtown along Broad Street, starting at Henry Street and going to Geneva Street. However, with the coronavirus pandemic still affecting how things are done, the parade will be in reverse. The floats will all be stationary and the spectators will drive along Broad Street viewing the holiday-themed lighted parade floats. This is a very creative way to keep everyone safe, healthy, socially distanced, and as warm as can be.
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