Oktoberfest – Sep 26

Oktoberfest Coming September 21stOktoberfest is all set for Friday, Sept 26, 2014.  It will be from 6 pm to 10 pm. The Catholic Daughters will join us again as co-participants.

Tom Stoffel has announced that the menu will be brats, chicken, sauerkraut, potato salad, pretzel roll, and cake.  It also includes three adult beverages.  All this for the still low price for $25.  Children under 21 are just $15.

Good news for families this year.  We have added a new  family promotion package of $60 for parent/child under 21.  Sorry, this does not include extended families or children of legal drinking age.

The Little German Band is  also returning.  Their music is the highlight of the evening, except, of course, for the lederhosen and festive attire of some of our brother knights.

Take a look at last year’s event!

There is plenty of work for the knights as we pull this event together.  There is pre-planning, decorations, setup, ticket advance sales, serving tables, escort work, and more.  Contact Matt or Gene to volunteer!  You can contact them by clicking on their name:  Matt Raynor or Gene Keeling

Oktoberfest Ticket Sales will take place after masses on the following four weekends:

  • August 16/17
  • Sept 6/7 (sharing table with Operation LAMB)
  • Sept 13/14 (sharing table with Operation LAMB)
  • Sept 20/21

September Ends With Oktoberfest!

Oktoberfest in Chapel Hill is on Friday, September 27, 2013. You won’t find it anywhere in our town but right here at St. Thomas More Catholic Church.

01-OktoberfestOktoberfest is a 16-day celebration in Germany that starts in late September.  Our postwar GI’s and early German immigrant families brought the celebration to America.  In Germany, millions of people attend.  You can avoid the crowds and join us for our Chapel Hill event with the Little German Band playing and dancing.  There is food, beer, wine, dancing and live entertainment.

Cost is $25 per adult and includes brats, chicken, sauerkraut, potato salad, pretzel roll, cake and three adult beverages.  If you are under 21 or a child, it is just $15 for a lifelong memory of fund and German music.

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It’s a kid friendly event as Oktoberfest is a family celebration and festival.

Parish celebrations, festivals, and other community events have brought church members and their community together for many years.  It is a time to be thankful for the many blessings we have received and for us to share our faith with our community.

Download Oktoberfest Poster