Experience Oktoberfest Traditions as Knights celebrate happiness and community spirit

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

The Knights of Columbus have become well known for their active support within the community, their philanthropy and entertaining events.

Responding to the continuing financial needs of many worthwhile local service organizations, the Ancaster Knights host their fourth annual Oktoberfest Traditions on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 6 p. m. to 12 a. m. at the Ancaster Community Centre, 385 Jerseyville Rd. W.

This will be a traditional celebration of happiness and community spirit in the "Oktoberfest" style. The one-ticket price includes admission, a German-style meal of schnitzel, sausage, pork hock, red cabbage, sauerkraut, potatoes and dessert, followed by dancing and merriment to the music of an authentic Oompah band, the Harmonie Brass, the celebratory keg tap at 9 p. m. and a dance party with a DJ from Fergie Entertainment.

"Every effort is being made so Oktoberfest Traditions becomes recognized as a fun and enjoyable annual community event that supports community organizations in need," said Mike Hanmer, Oktoberfest chair.

Tickets are $35 and are available, payable by cash or cheque, at Rastin's Pharmacy on Wilson Street at Sulphur Springs Road beginning on Saturday, Sept. 19 and by credit card online at www.kofcancaster.ca immediately. Seating will be at round tables for eight.

For more information, visit the website, email tickets@kofcancaster.ca or call Mike at 905-648-4555.

The Ancaster Knights have a long history of large successful events like the Ancaster Lobsterfest, the Tastes of Ancaster and a local golf tournament. As with all Knights’ activities, proceeds are donated to the community, local charities and church initiatives. Last year the Knights raised over $50,000 which was returned to the community through donations to more than 50 charitable and community service organizations.

Experience Oktoberfest Traditions as Knights celebrate happiness and community spirit

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

The Knights of Columbus have become well known for their active support within the community, their philanthropy and entertaining events.

Responding to the continuing financial needs of many worthwhile local service organizations, the Ancaster Knights host their fourth annual Oktoberfest Traditions on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 6 p. m. to 12 a. m. at the Ancaster Community Centre, 385 Jerseyville Rd. W.

This will be a traditional celebration of happiness and community spirit in the "Oktoberfest" style. The one-ticket price includes admission, a German-style meal of schnitzel, sausage, pork hock, red cabbage, sauerkraut, potatoes and dessert, followed by dancing and merriment to the music of an authentic Oompah band, the Harmonie Brass, the celebratory keg tap at 9 p. m. and a dance party with a DJ from Fergie Entertainment.

"Every effort is being made so Oktoberfest Traditions becomes recognized as a fun and enjoyable annual community event that supports community organizations in need," said Mike Hanmer, Oktoberfest chair.

Tickets are $35 and are available, payable by cash or cheque, at Rastin's Pharmacy on Wilson Street at Sulphur Springs Road beginning on Saturday, Sept. 19 and by credit card online at www.kofcancaster.ca immediately. Seating will be at round tables for eight.

For more information, visit the website, email tickets@kofcancaster.ca or call Mike at 905-648-4555.

The Ancaster Knights have a long history of large successful events like the Ancaster Lobsterfest, the Tastes of Ancaster and a local golf tournament. As with all Knights’ activities, proceeds are donated to the community, local charities and church initiatives. Last year the Knights raised over $50,000 which was returned to the community through donations to more than 50 charitable and community service organizations.

Experience Oktoberfest Traditions as Knights celebrate happiness and community spirit

News Sep 17, 2009 Ancaster News

The Knights of Columbus have become well known for their active support within the community, their philanthropy and entertaining events.

Responding to the continuing financial needs of many worthwhile local service organizations, the Ancaster Knights host their fourth annual Oktoberfest Traditions on Saturday, Oct. 17 from 6 p. m. to 12 a. m. at the Ancaster Community Centre, 385 Jerseyville Rd. W.

This will be a traditional celebration of happiness and community spirit in the "Oktoberfest" style. The one-ticket price includes admission, a German-style meal of schnitzel, sausage, pork hock, red cabbage, sauerkraut, potatoes and dessert, followed by dancing and merriment to the music of an authentic Oompah band, the Harmonie Brass, the celebratory keg tap at 9 p. m. and a dance party with a DJ from Fergie Entertainment.

"Every effort is being made so Oktoberfest Traditions becomes recognized as a fun and enjoyable annual community event that supports community organizations in need," said Mike Hanmer, Oktoberfest chair.

Tickets are $35 and are available, payable by cash or cheque, at Rastin's Pharmacy on Wilson Street at Sulphur Springs Road beginning on Saturday, Sept. 19 and by credit card online at www.kofcancaster.ca immediately. Seating will be at round tables for eight.

For more information, visit the website, email tickets@kofcancaster.ca or call Mike at 905-648-4555.

The Ancaster Knights have a long history of large successful events like the Ancaster Lobsterfest, the Tastes of Ancaster and a local golf tournament. As with all Knights’ activities, proceeds are donated to the community, local charities and church initiatives. Last year the Knights raised over $50,000 which was returned to the community through donations to more than 50 charitable and community service organizations.