That Oktoberfest spirit



The Plymouth Arts Center was alive with the spirit of Munich Friday and Saturday for the annual Oktoberfest celebration, with the usual German food, beer and music, plus art activities for children. New this year was a chain saw wood-carving event, with custom pieces auctioned off at the end of the festival. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. FeldnerandTeresa I. Hartle-Feldner The Plymouth Arts Center was alive with the spirit of Munich Friday and Saturday for the annual Oktoberfest celebration, with the usual German food, beer and music, plus art activities for children. New this year was a chain saw wood-carving event, with custom pieces auctioned off at the end of the festival. Review photos byEmmitt B. FeldnerandTeresa I. Hartle-Feldner






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