Oktoberfest returns for 12th year at Plymouth Arts Center

Plymouth Arts Center is pleased to present its 12th annual Plymouth Oktoberfest, Friday, September 18 from 2:30pm to 9:30pm and Saturday, September 19, from 10am to 4:00pm. Admission is free for this community event! Masters Gallery is our entertainment major sponsor with additional support from Sargento and area businesses. In an effort to keep this annual fall festival a free event for community enjoyment, the PAC is still are seeking sponsorships from businesses and individuals in any amount. To make a donation to the Plymouth Oktoberfest/ Plymouth Arts Center, or for more information, please call (920) 892- 8409, email info@plymoutharts.org, or send your donations to: PAC OKTOBERFEST, P.O. Box 253, Plymouth, WI 53073. All donations will be recognized during the event, on our website, on our wall of appreciation, and in our annual report-available to the public. We are also in need of volunteers to help with set up, serving, tear down and clean up. If you can help us for a two or three hour shift, please let us know as we are creating the schedule. Visit the PAC at 520 E. Mill Street, or our website: www.plymoutharts.org. Plymouth Oktoberfest will be held rain or shine in the big top tent on the green behind the Plymouth Arts Center building.

On Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30pm get ready to polka and waltz on our wooden dance floor to the sounds of Sheboygan County’s favorite polka band, Polka Potion, immediately followed by the ever-popular Copper Box Band from 6 to 9:00pm. Mayor Don Pohlman will assist in the traditional tapping of the keg again this year on Friday. Free beer from this keg will be served until all is gone!

Food will be served beginning at 3:00pm Friday and at 11:00am Saturday. The festival menu includes famous Johnsonville brats, hamburgers, chicken sandwiches, German potato salad, sauerkraut, baked beans, German Chocolate Cake, Apple Strudel, Kettle Corn and more. Take outs available on all food items. Biergarten will feature both domestic and German Beer and Wine.

This year marks the tenth appearance by Copper Box on the PAC Oktoberfest stage at 6:00pm Friday, September 18th.

On Saturday beginning at 10am, visit the Arts Center’s Grand Hall for the G.F.W.C.Plymouth Woman’s Club Annual “BIG BAKE SALE.” Enjoy a tasty treat at the sale or take home delicious, homemade cookies, pies, cakes, breads, and other specialty desserts; coffee and milk will also be available. The Woman’s Club will also be presenting children’s arts and crafts in the Arts Center’s hall.

The Junge Kameraden will kick off the festivities in the Oktoberfest tent with a performance beginning at 11am. Plymouth High School's Junge Kameraden, directed by Jason Sebranek is the only high School German Blaskapelle in the United States.

From Noon to 4pm The Newtonburg

Oktoberfest Band will perform their wide range of German selections.

Dressed in their ethnic costumes, the D'Werdenfelser Schuhplattlers of Sheboygan will be performing two sets of Bavarian Dance on Saturday afternoon, September 19th between Noon and 4pm.

The proceeds of this 12th annual event will benefit the Plymouth Arts Center.


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