Raise a Glass to Oktoberfest at St. Joseph Church

Categories:  Events    Food & Drink
Wednesday, September 2nd, 2015 at 4:00 PM
Raise a Glass to Oktoberfest at St. Joseph Church by Alex Bieler

Prost! Oktoberfest is back in Erie when St. Joseph Church hosts three days of celebrating German heritage Sept. 11 through 13.

You can’t have a proper Oktoberfest event without some great German food and beer, and St. Joseph Church won’t disappoint. In fact, the three-day fest will feature a special Oktoberfest beer made for the event by The Brewerie. Live music will give you some tunes to go with your celebratory lederhosen. In addition, partial proceeds from the event will go to the AJO Forever Foundation, making Oktoberfest a celebration for the future as much as a remembrance of German heritage. – Alex Bieler

Sept. 11 to 13 // 127 W. 24th St. // erieoktoberfest.com

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