Kicking up their heels



A bit of Bavaria came to downtown Plymouth Friday and Saturday as the Plymouth Arts Center celebrated its 11th annual Oktoberfest. German music, food (upper right) and - of course - beer filled the courtyard at the PAC for the center’s major fundraising event. One of the highlights was a performance by the D’Oberlander Milwaukee Bavarian Dance Club Saturday (upper left). There was plenty of German music and dancing throughout the two-day event, with groups including the Newtonburg Oktoberfest Band (left, second from top), Polka Potion (left, second from bottom and bottom), Copper Box and the Plymouth High School Junge Kameraden. Plymouth Mayor Donald Pohlman (left) performed the honors of tapping the ceremonial Oktoberfest keg Friday evening, but beer was being quaffed all weekend long (below). Along with the music, food and beer, the GFWC Plymouth Woman’s Club held a bake sale and offered fall-themed crafts for children (above) inside the Arts Center building. 
Review photosbyEmmitt B.Feldner A bit of Bavaria came to downtown Plymouth Friday and Saturday as the Plymouth Arts Center celebrated its 11th annual Oktoberfest. German music, food (upper right) and - of course - beer filled the courtyard at the PAC for the center’s major fundraising event. One of the highlights was a performance by the D’Oberlander Milwaukee Bavarian Dance Club Saturday (upper left). There was plenty of German music and dancing throughout the two-day event, with groups including the Newtonburg Oktoberfest Band (left, second from top), Polka Potion (left, second from bottom and bottom), Copper Box and the Plymouth High School Junge Kameraden. Plymouth Mayor Donald Pohlman (left) performed the honors of tapping the ceremonial Oktoberfest keg Friday evening, but beer was being quaffed all weekend long (below). Along with the music, food and beer, the GFWC Plymouth Woman’s Club held a bake sale and offered fall-themed crafts for children (above) inside the Arts Center building. Review photosbyEmmitt B.Feldner

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