After a lengthy discussion at their meeting Tuesday night, the Sheridan City Council approved the KNJ Curbing and Pony Grill and Bar Fall Fest that will take place this upcoming Saturday. As part of the event, Gould Street from Loucks to Works Street will be closed off as well as alleyways and state parking lots that sit adjacent to the Pony.
While the event has been deemed family friendly, Council President John Bigelow addressed Pony Grill and Bar Owner Tye Bach about his disapproval of having another event where alcohol is served outside of the establishment.
Bach stated that he understood the Councilman's concern and assured the Council that all necessary steps will be taken to make sure the event is indeed family friendly and under control.
Prior to their approval of the event, the Council did stipulate that no alcoholic beverages be served outside after 10 pm, and that those in attendance will not be able to possess alcohol outside of the establishment after 11 pm. The Fall Fest will take place from 2 pm to midnight this Saturday at the Pony Grill and Bar in Sheridan.