ROCHELLE — Serenity Hospice invites you to an evening of fun on April Food’s Day.
Comedian Tom Filline will be performing at the Kennay Distillery in downtown Rochelle. The evening will be filled with delicious appetizers, desserts, an open bar featuring the beers and liquors made at the distillery along with lots of laughs.
The doors open at 5 p.m. for tours, food, drinks, music and visiting with friends. Filline takes the stage at 7 p.m.
The event is being sponsored by The Michael Koolidge Show. Koolidge will be in attendance and introduce the comedian. Koolidge hosts a radio show that is broadcast around the state on over 20 stations.
Filline has been featured at Zanies in Chicago and The Comedy Shrine where he also emcees and produces. He is one of the rare comedians whose comedy can remain clean and be funny at the same time.
Don’t spend another April Fool’s Day at home when you can be out having a great time while supporting a worthy cause.
Serenity Hospice is a nonprofit organization and proceeds from this event will help support their mission of serving patients and families in northern Illinois.
Tickets are $40 and can be purchased at the distillery, The Serenity Shed in downtown Oregon or online at www.serenityhospiceandhome.org.