Oktoberfest: The History of Germany's Most Famous Festival (Friday, October 4, 2019)
Enjoy Oktoberfest-inspired appetizers and a drink from the keg before attending Professor James Skidmore's lecture on the history of Germany's most famous festival. The event concludes with an Oktoberfest dinner with all the fixings – including schnitzel, potato salad and apple strudel.
Prof. Skidmore will describe how the original Oktoberfest grew into a festival celebrated throughout the world. Prof. Skidmore will also reflect on what it means to celebrate a German festival in Waterloo Region, a multiculturally-diverse community with historic ties to Germany.
Presented by Laurier Alumni and Laurier Association for Lifelong Learning
When: Friday, October 4, 2019 begins at 5:00pm
Where: Turret, Laurier Waterloo Campus
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