Over 150 People Enjoy Pelham’s First Oktoberfest

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14 October 2013

Over 150 People Enjoy Pelham’s First Oktoberfest

Early evening on Saturday, October 5, the sounds of German oom-pah music and smell of grilled brats filled the air at B&B’s Fifth Avenue Pub. As the first stein was filled with Paulaner beer, Pelham’s first Oktoberfest Celebration had begun.

Over 150 Pelhamites and friends filled B&B’s Oktoberfest tent, enjoyed the merriment and indulged in traditional German foods and various German beers.  Attendees raved all evening about the fun, casual atmosphere, the perfect weather, the great beer selection and a great company of neighbors and friends.  There was even dancing! With a phenomenal time had by all, Oktoberfest is poised to become an annual event in Pelham.

This celebration supports a good cause. All proceeds from the Oktoberfest go to provide vital support to our community via the Junior League of Pelham’s outreach programs aimed at improving the lives of families, and promoting the enrichment of Pelham and neighboring communities.

The organizers of the event, the Junior League of Pelham, would like to thank everyone that came to support the League and make Oktoberfest.  Special thanks go to our local businesses for their support of the event (B&B’s Fifth Avenue Pub, OnPoint Image & Design and Ink and Thread).  Hope to see you all next year!

About Junior League of Pelham:

The Junior League of Pelham is an organization of women committed to promoting voluntarism, developing the potential of women, and improving the community through the effective action and leadership of trained volunteers. Its purpose is exclusively educational and charitable. Please visit www.jlpelham.org for more information.