30th Annual GermanFest Picnic at Carillon Park
Presented by Dayton Liederkranz-Turner
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Thank you to all who came, and especially to all who volunteered to make this year's event so successful!
Friday, August 9th - 5pm to 11pm
Saturday, August 10th - 12pm to 11pm
Sunday, August 11th - 12:00pm to 6pm
Public Invited! Admission is FREE!
On-site Parking $2.00
Join the Dayton Liederkranz as they celebrate the 30th Annual GermanFest Picnic at Carillon Park in Dayton! One of the best festivals of the summer with plenty of fun for the whole family.
Continuous Live Music - Prost, Alpen Echos, Chardon Polka Band, Organ Grinder Ted
On-Site Parking $2
Authentic German Food - Schnitzel Dinners, Brats, Metts, German Potato Salad, Wurstsalat, Cabbage Rolls
Friday - Opening Ceremonies and Keg Tapping - 6:30 p.m., featuring Alphorn Gruezie
Kidz Zone Games & Rides
ATM Located in Kettering Building
German Import Haus
Polka Mass - 11:00 Sunday
Huge selection of German Draft and Bottled Beer
Biergarten and Weingarten
Raffle Prizes and 50/50 Raffle
Bavarian Fashion Show and Best German Beard Contest - Saturday
5K Race/Walk - Friday 6:30 p.m. - Regster now at www.active.com
Heritage Booth featuring: The 1913 Flood - And How It Affected German Dayton
to our 2013 winners - Natalie Martin, Peter Kleinberg, and Katherine Kleinberg
! Awards were made at the 2013 GermanFest Picnic opening ceremonies. Special thanks to the Selection Committee of Heidi Gasper, Margie Wirth, and Ed Ruetschle. The DLT scholarship/grant program is one of the benefits of membership, and application forms are available through the club.
The 2013 Culture Booth featured "The 1913 Flood - And How It Affected German Dayton" Special thanks to Gino Pasi of Wright State University Archives, Karla Hollencamp from Calvary Cemetery, and Nichole Rustad of the University of Dayton Archives for your contributions to the display.
Interested in your German Heritage? Be sure to stop in and meet some representatives from the DLT Genealogy Group and ask some questions! On-site computers with website genealogy support available will be available in the Kettering Education Building. Or visit The Geneaology Group, which meets monthly at the Liederkranz, with guest speakers and group discussions. Click on the genealogy button on the Liederkranz Homepage for more information.
The Dayton Liederkranz is always looking for new members. Stop at the Liederkranz display table in the Kettering Visitor Center and ask how YOU can join! Membership applications will be available.