Deutschland in Plymouth



Plymouth's City Park was transformed into a little bit of Germany Thursday night for the 38th annual German Night celebration. With the Plymouth High Junge Kameraden, the Plymouth Municipal Band and Milwaukee's Blas Kapelle providing music, there was plenty of authentic German music to satisfy the crowd that filled City Park to overflowing. As if the music wasn't enough to get the German spirit flowing, there was plenty of beer flowing in the Beer Garden and lots of good German food, from bratwurst to Spanferkel and more. 
Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner Plymouth's City Park was transformed into a little bit of Germany Thursday night for the 38th annual German Night celebration. With the Plymouth High Junge Kameraden, the Plymouth Municipal Band and Milwaukee's Blas Kapelle providing music, there was plenty of authentic German music to satisfy the crowd that filled City Park to overflowing. As if the music wasn't enough to get the German spirit flowing, there was plenty of beer flowing in the Beer Garden and lots of good German food, from bratwurst to Spanferkel and more. Review photos byEmmitt B. Feldner












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