Key Milwaukee

September 2016

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

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Page 11 of 63 MKE OKTOBERFEST Downtown Set. 29-ct. 2 MKE Oktoberfest is held at the Marcus Center Grounds and Pere Marquette Park, a celebration that transforms both sides of the Milwaukee River with beer gardens, music and food. At Sazama's River's Edge Patio (Marcus Center) don't miss the Chicken Schnitzel Sandwich with Lemon Caper Aioli. The event kicks off Thursday at Pere Marquette Park at 4pm. Then Friday, Saturday and Sunday the celebration continues on both sides of the river. Admission to this event is free and open to the public. All guests at Oktoberfest must be 21 or accompanied by an adult. (Up to three minors per adult.) Marcus enter Grounds ere Marquette ark Oktoberfest Milwaukee's strong German heritage means lots of Oktoberfest parties Milwaukee's strong German heritage means lots of Oktoberfest parties OKTOBERFEST MILWAUKEE Glendale Set. 9-ct. 1 At Oktoberfest Milwaukee, the lovely woods and live music make visitors feel like they are in Germany. This family- friendly event is operated by the Bavarian Bierhaus. Enjoy German brass bands, folk dancing, singing, yodeling and dancing. Foods available for purchase include Spanferkel, Grillhendle, Wurst on pretzel roll, assorted authentic german desserts. Main festivities are in the Alpine-style pavilion. Picnic tables and benches seat up to 2,000 in the scenic park situated along the Milwaukee River. Four weekends (Fri.-Sat.) starting Set. 9-10. ld Heidelberg ark 700 W. eington Blvd. Glendale.

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