Bluffs Bash is a two-day event Friday, June 7th and Saturday, June 8th that will showcase area artists and musicians from Council Bluffs and its surrounding areas. Enjoy family friendly activities and listen to free concerts! All day Saturday, June 8th, your kids can play around in the largest field of bounce houses ever blown up in one area! The bash leads up to the finale with Preservation Hall Jazz Band. Bluffs Bash will be located at River’s Edge Park (at the foot of the Bob Kerrey Pedestrian Bridge) and runs from 5:00p.m. – 10:00p.m on Friday and from 11:00a.m. – 10:00p.m on Saturday. Admissison is free.

The Fourth Annual Polishfest will be held on June 8th at the Huber-Haus German Bier Hall which is located on the lower-level of the Cresent Moon on 36th and Farnam in Midtown. The party starts at noon and will be held indoors and outdoors. There will be many different Polish beers on tap and in bottles, such as:

Żywiec, Warka, Tatra, Hevelius, EB, and Leżajsk.

In addition, there will be $2.00 Jeżynówka shots (Blackberry Brandy) all night. Attendees can dine on Polish Sausage, Glombki, and Perogies with

LIVE polka music from The Bobby “Z” and Polka Joy starting at 2:00 p.m. This is a family friendly event. There is no cover or admission to get in.

For more information call 402.345.1708

Village Pointe Cinemas have opened a new cocktail lounge: Take 5 is now open for cocktails before, after, or during the film. Located inside the theatre at 304 North 174th street at the Village Pointe Shopping Mall.

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