Maifest – 2015

Date(s) - 05/17/15
9:00 am - 5:00 pm

Come join us for our annual German Celebration!  The event starts with a German-inspired worship service from 9-10 am.  After the service you can enjoy a Schnitzel Dinner, Brats & Kraut, German Beer, Music & Entertainment, Children’s Games, Silent Auction, Maibaum and Children’s Maibaum Raising, Maifest Markt (Antiques, European Imports, Plants, Crafts, etc.), great fellowship and more!

Lupine Brewing Company of Delano is also brewing a special German Alt, “Einzelganger”, specifically for Maifest 2015!  This German-inspired Alt has a mildly bitter finish as a result of the unique yeast and lower fermentation temperatures.  It has a dry feel but still malty and a wonderful spicy hint of hops for your nose.  This is a really easy drinking beer, it has a crisp finish and can be enjoyed all year long.

The full schedule and list of events and attractions can be found on the 2015 Poster.  Feel free to print out the poster and post it around to invite others.

This Year’s Entertainment:

Bill Koncar
Dojo Karate Demonstration
The Flemming Fold
Children’s Group Domaci Czech Folk Dancers
Brass Barn Polka Band

Entertainment Sponsors:

American Family Insurance – Anne Rothstein
B’s on The River
Chiropractic Specialists
Delano Lanes
Dressel’s Service
Five Technology
German and American Heritage
Harbor Wine & Spirits
Hendricks Insurance
Johnson Funeral Home
Market Place Foods-Watertown
Memorial Stone Sales
State Bank of Delano
Sutherland’s Nursery
Thrivent Financial-Chad Henke
Watertown & Spring Park Pharmacies
Watertown Fuel and Food

Businesses, vendors and those wishing to donate:

– Businesses wanting to advertise as a part of the event or enjoy the added benefits of being an entertainment sponsor can download the Advertising Form.

– Vendors that would like to sell their items at the Maifest Markt can download the Reservation Form. The form also includes more information regarding the space available and the event.

– Businesses and individuals that are interested in donating items toward the silent auction, please send us an email, so we can contact you and work out the details.

– Anyone who has German, Austrian or Swiss items they wish to dispose of, we would be happy to include them in the silent auction baskets. Items must be in good condition and can be dropped off at St. Peter in a weather resistant package (garbage bag).  You may also call or email St. Peter to set up pickups.  Bavarian clothing also accepted.

View photos from last year’s event.

St Peter Lutheran Church

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