Oktoberfest set for SaturdayOctober 12,2012NORTH BENNINGTON — An Oktoberfest event will take place on the grounds of Historic Park McCullough on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
There will be plenty of food, like bratwurst, pork cutlets, potato pancakes, pierogies, apple strudel and carrot cake and a beer tent will be serving cold Oktoberfest beers and Riesling wine.
Live music will be provided by the Rymanowski Brothers, one of the Capital District’s most popular Oktoberfest bands.
Commemorative beer glasses will be available to buy and visitors can browse the craft vendor stalls, take a hayride or tour Historic Park McCullough.
The event, sponsored by the NorShaft Lions and Historic Park McCullough, takes place on the grounds of Historic Park McCullough, which is one block west of the library on Park Street in North Bennington.
Oktoberfest will take place rain or shine. If the weather is good, it will be outside under the tents and if there is inclement weather, it will be in the house’s carriage barn with its Rathskeller ambiance.
The event will be located one block west of the McCullough Library on Route 67A in North Bennington.MORE IN This Just In
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