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Downtown Florence to host 2017 'Oktoberfest' celebration

Source:cityofflorence.com Source:cityofflorence.com

FLORENCE, SC (WMBF) – Downtown Florence is hosting a 2017 “Oktoberfest” celebration on October 14 from 6 p.m. until 10 p.m. at the 100 Block of South Dargan Street, according to a press release.

The evening’s activities include an all-breed dog costume contest, beer barrel races, live music and more. German food, beer and fine wine will also be served. 

“The food and beer selection will be better than ever this year," Downtown Development Manager Ray Reich stated. 

 Featured foods include bratwurst, curry wurst, sauerkraut, sauerbraten, schnitzel, handmade German soft pretzels with beer cheese and German strudels.

 A wide assortment of beers will also be available for purchase including Highlands Clawhammer, Southern Barrel Oktoberfest and Catawba Pumpkin Ale.

 The event is free to the public. Beer and food tickets can be purchased at a ticket booth on site.

 For more information call 843-665-2047.

 Copyright 2017 WMBF News. All rights reserved. 

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