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Annual German-American Club of Topeka Oktoberfest

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Event# 785 246-1397

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German food, live music and dancers, and the Blind Tiger Beer Garden make this a special public annual event. Petland will sponsor a wiener dog race. Vendor space is available for this event. Located at Fairlawn Plaza Shopping Center parking lot under the three big blue and white tents. Contact Dennis Peerenboom 246-1397 or call Irma at 272-1555 if interested in having a vendor booth for the event. 10am – 10pm.

Annual German-American Club of Topeka Oktoberfest

Address : Fairlawn Plaza Shopping Center, 21st and Fairlawn Topeka KS
Phone : 785 246-1397   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : dgpeerenboom@gmail.com

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Admission Fee : Free

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