Riverside Masterworks Housewalk and HopStop Craft Beer Festival 2019
Riverside Foods and the Olmsted Society are once again partnering to bring you the HopStop craft beer festival with sample offerings from craft brewers including luminaries such as
Lake Zurich Brewing
Lake Zurich, IL
Temperance Beer Co.
Oak Park, IL
Illuminated Brew Works
Noon Whistle Brewing
Shortfuse Brewing Co.
Schiller Park, IL
Lake Effect Brewing
Quincy Street Distillery
Maryland Heights, MO.
Food for sale separately from LaBarra Ristorante https://www.labarraristorante.com and Cigars and Stripes BBQ Lounge http://www.stripesbbq.com
Saturday, September 28, 2019, 4 to 7 pm at the Riverside Train Station, Riverside, IL. The Metra drops you at the door. Food available for purchase separately, and the live music of headliner Dr. Don and the Boogie Monsters round out a wonderful outdoor family friendly setting in the arboretum Village of Riverside. Commemorative tasting glass is provided with each ticket price and this will be a zero waste event. Thanks to Flood Brothers for sponsoring zero waste efforts. This year the Riverside Masterworks House walk precedes HopStop. Buy a bundled value ticket and spend the day with us!
The Riverside Masterworks House Walk check in starts at 11:30AM and the houses are open for viewing from Noon to 4:00PM. HopStop starts at 4:00PM and runs through 7:00PM, Saturday, September 28, 2019. Purchasers of Combo Tickets (House Walk + HopStop) can check in for both events starting at 11:30AM at the Train Station.
Make a memorable day of the Masterworks Housewalk and the HopStop Craft Beer Festival.
The Olmsted Society House Walk is back! In honor of the 150th anniversary of the creation of the General Plan for Riverside by Frederick Law Olmsted and Calvert Vaux, the Olmsted Society is pleased to host this remarkable event. Tour some of the most iconic and beautiful homes in Riverside. Featured homes include:
Avery Coonley Estate Bed Room Wing, Frank Lloyd Wright (1908). Currently under restoration by its new owners, this fine example of Wrights Prairie Style architecture has emerged from near ruins to its original beauty. This wing has not been publicly viewed for at almost two decades.
Avery Coonley Gardeners Cottage, Frank Lloyd Wright (1908). The Gardeners Cottage, arguably the first modest home designed by Wright for a working man, combines historic features with modern functionality.
Thorncroft, William Drummond and Louis Guenzel (1912). Part of the Avery Coonley Estate and originally the residence for the teachers of the Christian Scientist kindergarten and play house and the Coonleys child, this beautiful home has been extensively restored by the current owners.
Caretakers Cottage, William Drummond and Louis Guenzel (1913). Part of the Avery Coonley Estate and the residence for the caretaker for the teachers residence, note the exquisite windows overlooking the park and river.
The Freeark House, John Vinci and Lawrence Kenney (1975). A stunning International Style home overlooking the Des Plaines River.
L. Y. Schermerhorn House, William Le Baron Jenney (1869). One of the oldest homes in Riverside. One of its unique features is the use of vertical wood board batten. This residence was designed for L.Y. Schermerhorn, a partner with Jenney and John Bogart in the engineering firm hired by the Riverside Improvement Company to implement Frederick Law Olmsteds plan for Riverside. Jenney is known as the Father of the American skyscraper.
The Riverside Arts Center is offering classes for kids aged 5 and up during Housewalk and HopStop this year. Get those kiddos signed up and enjoy your day.
Here is the link to the HopStop/House Walk classes.
The password for registration is: OLMSTEDEVENTS2019
Sign your kids up for a day of educational art classes at Riverside Arts Center. Riverside Arts Center is conveniently located right on Quincy Avenue. Drop the kids off for class, take a walking tour, drink beer, and don't forget to pick the kids up after the event.
Classes are age appropriate for ages 5 and up.
Session 1: HOUSE WALK TOUR
12:00 pm to 3:00 pm (Drop off starts at 11:45)
Session 2: HOPSTOP
4:00 pm to 7:00 pm (Drop off starts at 3:45)
Every child will get to do projects in age appropriate round robin groups/classes.
Riverside Arts Center
32 E. Quincy St.
Riverside, IL 60546
100% of the proceeds from the event go to the Olmsted Society in preserving and promoting Frederick Law Olmsted's vision and fostering a sustainable future. See www.olmstedsociety.org for more information on this 50+ year old non-profit organization and its good works.
Riverside Train Station (View)
90 Bloomingbank Road
Riverside, IL 60546
|Minimum Age: 21|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|
||hi, do kids (5) need to purchase a housewalk tickets to attend with a parent?
||Unfortunately, the House Walk is not appropriate for children younger than 10 years old, however the Riverside Arts Center is offering classes for kids aged 5 and up during Housewalk and HopStop this year. Get those kiddos signed up and enjoy your day. More information: http://www.riversideartscenter.com/modern-art-kids-classes-for-hop-stop-2019/ The password for registration is: OLMSTEDEVENTS2019|
||I have purchased 2 fix on discover. I got an email to now print my tix instead of showing up at train station. I don't have tix numbers so how do I get to them? They are under the names of DONNA JANDAK and VICTORIA AQUIN. Thx for help|
||For those who have trouble finding Mobile Tickets or cannot print at home, we will have all ticket holders on a list. No worries.|
||Can we purchase tickets at the gate tomorrow?|
||There will be very limited walk-in ticket sales, in the range of 30 tickets total. Tasting glasses will be clear glass for walk-ins and not the printed commemorative glass. Another option is the Beer Festival the same day in Berwyn at Proksa Park which runs 1 to 5 pm Sat Sept 28.|