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Historical Society Hosts Oktoberfest

by Paul Saulnier
October 22, 2015

The 18th Annual Oktoberfest was a sellout as usual and featured a few new events on the program.

This year featured a selection of micro brews donated by Ken Onofrey of Crafted of Holliston, dancing with Otto and with a stumpf fiddle. See it all in the video above.

Milton struts his stuff with the stumpf fiddle, while

Andrew takes on Otto, who has some new moves this year;

all to the music of the Double Eagle Oktoberfest Band.

Meanwhile, Society members prepare the traditional German dinner

Several varieties of beer and wine were available as part of the dinner ticket.

Song books were handed out by the band for all to sing along with them.

Watch for an announcement about Oktoberfest for next year. Seating is limited and the event is always a sellout. BTW, members of the Society get first dibs on the tickets so consider going and you won't miss out on the fun next year. For more information, go to http://www.hollistonhistoricalsociety.org/

For more information on Crafted of Holliston, go to http://www.crafted-ma.com/#craftbeer

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