Oktoberfest 2021
Great beer, traditional food, fantastic musicians and more. What’s not to love?!

About this event

The event will take place at the Strathcona Community Centre in the Agora on Saturday, September 25, 2021 from 4pm - midnight!
🍺 Hosted by the German Language and Culture Association (GLCA ) with our community sponsor Strathcona County. We have partnered for fundraising with numerous local community groups including; Sherwood Park Rotary Club, ELKS of Canada, Knights of Columbus and United Commercial Travelers . We are excited to grow our local event this year and give back to our community while enjoying a fun event and traditional treats.
🥨 The event will be featuring live cultural performers including the Weiss Blau Band travelling from Kitchener, Ontario’s famous Oktoberfest as well as our talented local dancers and singers! The band will feature traditional music , popular classic pop and dance tunes.
🍺Doors open at 4pm. Meal to be served at 6pm (bratwurst, warm potato salad, soft pretzels, strudel etc). Open seating or reserve your full table. Please note, children under 12 will be kindly asked to depart at 8pm.
🥨 Biergarten in partnership with Alberta Craft Brewers Association.
🍺 Delicious traditional Bavarian cuisine prepared by (prepared by Vicky's, provided by Artistic Bake Shop and K&K Foodliner).
🥨 Family activities; face painting, games, cookie decorating, crafts.
🍺Local Alberta German style craft beer, and imported German Wine.
🥨 Your full ticket includes; entertainment and traditional meal including a pretzel and dessert.
🍺 Day of event entry is $10 (no meal) after 8pm. Additional food can be purchased onsite (Bavarian pretzels, bratwurst)
🥨 Come join us dressed up your in dirndls and lederhosen for a Best Dressed contest and win a prize! 
🍺 🍺🍺🍺There will be beer steins for first 200 tickets sold🍺🍺🍺🍺
Put on your lederhosen and dirndls and come ready for a German good time at Sherwood Park Oktoberfest!
See you there! 
Zicke, Zacke, Zicke, Zacke, Hoi, Hoi, Hoi!!!
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Meeting Information
Guests Welcome!
We meet weekly on Friday at 7:30 AM
The Last Monday of each month our executive meets at 5:30PM
Location of our Meetings:
Online using Zoom see schedule in Upcoming Events
 
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