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Oktoberfest List For This Weekend
Did you know that over 1 million New Jersey residents have German heritage? Oktoberfest is a traditional autumn festival held in Munich, Germany, every October that features beer-drinking and merrymaking. And starting this weekend we can all celebrate by attending some of the local festivals.
If you've never been to an Oktoberfest, expect to sample a lot of seasonal beer and yummy food! You will no doubt come across some people wearing a rope and pretzel necklace and people dressed in German attire. If you like 'people watching' - this is the place to be.
So, get out your lederhosen and grab your beer stein for a great time at these local Oktoberfest events:
Skylands Stadium, 94 Championship Pl, Augusta (Frankfort Twp. ) NJ 07822 - This unique fall festival is staged in their new play and party zone—The Backyard Place. You will have the opportunity to sample more than 100 craft beers and enjoy great food, music, games, contests, and prizes! Our stadium concessions will also be open for delicious cash and carry food and drinks.
Germania Park of NJ, 56 Conger Street Rockaway Twp. NJ 07866 - Weekend Oktoberfest of singing, dancing, and Gemuetlichkeit. German food and beer under our covered picnic pavilion. German food, beer, and pastries! Dancing! Masskrugstemmen competition (both days - Saturday 5:30pm and Sunday 4:30pm) Sunday - Clown for the kids 2:30 pm and children's ice cream parade 3:30 pm!
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