Key Milwaukee

October 2013

An A-Z visitors guide to Milwaukee Wisconsin. Sponsored by Key Magazine Milwaukee, Wisconsin

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Cedarburg's Oktoberfest features new location CEDARBURG'S OKTOBERFEST BURSTS with gemuetlichkeit, Saturday, Oct. 12, 11 a.m.–8 p.m. and Sunday, Oct. 13, 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Adding to the fun is free admission and parking. and Sunday's German Spelling Bee from Ault to Zither (A-Z). An ecumenical church service at 10 am kicks off Sunday's Oktoberfest activities. Those who have lifted a stein in Munich also know that Oktoberfest means authentic German music. This year's entertainment features Pommerische Tanzedale Dancers, Tuba Dan, the Alte Kameraden Band, D' Lustign Wendlstoana Dancers and the Cedarburg Civic Band plus a wooden dance floor for Polka fans. For automobile aficionados, members of the Milwaukee Region Porsche Club of America, are displaying their treasured autos. Oktoberfest attendees can vote for their favorites, with prizes awarded. At the new location in the Cedarburg Community Center parking lot, W63 N641 Washington Ave., a giant tent covers bands, dance floor and tables to lend a true Oktoberfest feel. Don't miss the German foods, beers and desserts. As a special treat, German Chef Rainer Knuppertz prepares currywurst. Specialty beers such as Hofbrau, Hacker Pschor, Leinenkugel Oktoberfest and Bluemoon Pumpkin are available, plus a variety of Cedar Creek Winery wines. Silly contests include Saturday's Best Lederhosen/Dirndl and Sauerkraut Eating Contest Sunday includes a Sheepshead (Schafskopf) tournament merchant's marketplace on the grounds. Arts are highlighted all weekend long with the Cedarburg Artists Guild Covered Bridge Studio Tour. See more at In 2011, Forbes magazine named Cedarburg one of America's 11 prettiest communities, featuring the 19th century stone buildings that line its main street of Washington Avenue. Strolling through this historic setting is always a delight, but even more so during one of the community's famous festivals. Cedarburg is located just north of Milwaukee via I-43. Oktoberfest is sponsored by Festivals of Cedarburg, Inc. For more information, phone 888-894-4001 or visit sPeciAlizinG in OysteRs, FisH, And FResH seAFOOd. AlsO seRvinG steAk, JAMBAlAyA, sAndWicHes And MucH MORe! Hours: Sunday 11am-10pm Monday thru Thursday 11am-10pm Friday and Saturday 11am-12am 414-831-8862 2210 Old WORld 3Rd stReet, MilWAukee, Wi 53203 14

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