Thursday July 18, 2019
@ Ravisloe Country Club, 18231 Park Ave.
Enjoy a night on the town to benefit Homewood Science Center programs and celebrate the 50th anniversary of the moon landing, as area bars and restaurants compete head-to-head in an Iron Chef-inspired contest to mix the best cocktail using secret ingredients with a scientific twist.
Cocktail Chemistry Challenge
brought to you by Dober
Thursday July 18, 2019 from 7pm-11pm
RSVP by July 10th for $60
$75 after July 10th
$60 admission: Includes craft cocktail tastings, open bar, gourmet party bites, live music by The Resonators,
STEAM challenges, silent auctions, and more!
Location: Ravisloe Country Club, 18231 Park Ave.
The Heiferman Family
Robert & Stephanie Applebaum
Leonard J. LeRose Jr., Ltd.
Tom & Kathy Blakemore
Willa R. Lee
Lloyd & Corina Mills
Prairie State College
Tom & Jane Baffes
Arnie Bauer Buick GMC Cadillac
The Venegas Family
Cameron & Michelle Nelson
Robin & Keith Frank
David & Jennifer Dreyfuss
Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle, June 11, 2019
Homewood-Flossmoor Chronicle, June 11, 2018
Meet the Judges
is returning as our head judge. He's on the Homewood Science Center Board of Directors and often shows up to events as his alter ego, Einstein!
As a chemistry professor at Governors State University, John will examine the bonds of the molecular mixtures and educate us on the science behind the cocktails!
is no stranger to award winning cocktails! Bartender extraordinaire of The Maple Tree Inn, Emily was once listed by Beverage Media as one of the year's "Top Ten Bartenders to Watch" and in 2015, she was the 1st place winner in the prestigious Tenzing Coupe Cocktail Competition for her cocktail “Amber Equinox.” Her expertise in the beverage industry makes her the perfect judge for our competition!
is known as the Spin Artist in the film production world. In between editing and producing videos for high profile clients like McDonald's, State Farm, and the U.S. Army, Phil moonlights as a DJ and can get any party started. Serving on the Homewood Science Center Board of Directors, Phil brings the arts into STEAM and will judge the artistic aspects of our contender's cocktails.
is an outstanding physics teacher at HF High School and he certainly gives his students his all. Steve's nomination for the National Science Foundation’s Presidential Award for Excellence in Teaching of Science and Mathematics is well deserved, just like his summer break and the adult beverages he'll judge at Cocktail Chemistry Challenge!
Photo: Marilyn Thomas, HF Chronicle