Germantown, Wisconsin is the place to be this upcoming fall weekend! September 24 and 25, 2011 will be the annual Germantown Hunsrucker Octoberfest event, held at Dheinsville Historic Park at the intersections of Holy Hill Rd, Hwy 145 and Maple Ave. Come partake in this free festival event with tons of activities for all to enjoy. Saturday afternoon enjoy Radio Disney 1-2:30 p.m. and the Dheinsville Dachshund Dash at 3 p.m. Stay around for some authentic German Bier and foods featuring pork, brats, potato pancakes, custard, roasted nuts and more. Sunday at noon enjoy the bake sale and the classic car show noon to 3 p.m.
Other attractions are the 5th annual Bier races and the Wisconsin Power Reunion Exhibit, plus kids activities like pumpkin painting and bounce haus too! Take a tour of the Bast Bell Museum and view 5,000 bells! Bring a non perishable food donation for ½ off admission to the museum, something you don’t want to miss.
The history of Dheinsville, a historic settlement, all began in 1842. The walking tour that is available will educate you on Germantown’s Oldest Settlement.
I’ll be there on Saturday enjoying the afternoon events with my family and then helping to serve some of our great German food from 4 to 9 p.m. Stop by and enjoy a German Bier or wine and say hello. Prost!
Posted by: Ann Lebiecki, Sales Associate