Oktoberfest comes to Hansville

Oktoberfest will be coming to Hansville on Saturday, Oct. 13 at 6 p.m.

The Greater Hansville Community Center will bring back its version of the Bavarian festival, complete with German food, drink and music. Attendees may even wish to wear their dancing shoes and polka to traditional tunes. Tickets may be purchased at the Hansgrill for $20 and will nab attendees dinner including roasted pork tenderloin, rotkohl (German red cabbage) German potato salad, dessert and a tasting of four 8-ounce beers.

Those who wish to attend are encouraged to purchase their tickets in advance as they may not be available at the door.

The greater Hansville Community Center is located at 6778 Buck Lake Road NE.

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