The beer, the bratwurst, the music, there's no party like a party packed with fun at the RiverPark Center in Owensboro. Here's everything you need to know before you go.

Photo by Amanda Lim on Unsplash
Photo by Amanda Lim on Unsplash

There are so many different types of brats from around the world and I like them all. Add, beer and I'm there! I'm a mix of German and Irish so this shouldn't be a surprise. I like to eat my Kielbasa on a bun and in a variety of dishes like scalloped potatoes, soup, mac & cheese, or chili. It really can add something spicy and delicious to many meals. Brats cooked on the grill are a staple for any backyard party that I throw. Many of my friends like to add cheese, onions, or mustard, but only ketchup for me. Italian sausage is a must on pizza and spaghetti too. The spicier the sausage the better! Which is your favorite and how do you like your sausage cooked?

Well, this party is going to be cookin' and you'll want to be part of it to support the RiverPark Center and the arts!

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Furst Wurst Brat-N-Beer-Lympics

RiverPark Center's Furst Wurst Brat-N-Beer-Lympics is coming up on October 17th, 2021 from 3 pm until 8 pm. Grab family and friends! It looks like a blast.

"This is no ordinary obstacle course! Race through RiverPark Center to get to that sweet sweet beer & brat-filled after-party! This is the only time we've ever encourage patrons to run in the lobby!"

"You'll do some climbin', some skippin', and even a little yodelin'! After the obstacle course, join us on the BB&T Plaza for brats, beer, and live music!"

The cost is $20 per person. Call the RiverPark Center if you want to get your tickets early. 270.687.2770

The RiverPark Center needs event fundraisers like this to keep bringing the arts to the community!

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