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Oct. 6: Downtown Commons Oktoberfest


 

The Bikers Who Care Organization is proud to announce their newest event, Downtown Commons Oktoberfest. This inaugural event will be held at Downtown Commons on Saturday October 6th, 2018 from 2pm-10pm.

This event will include something for the whole family. $5 entry for everyone 10 and older.

There will be a traditional Bavarian Bier Garden with a variety for fall and German brews from Ajax Miller Lite and The Hand Family Company, Budweiser of Clarksville.

Bikers Who Care is a non- profit organization of Motorcycle enthusiasts dedicated to supporting The Dream Factory of Clarksville, TN by fully sponsoring Camp Rainbow- a summer camp for seriously ill children. BWC, President Bill Langford says "The BWC has been in the business of raising money for children's charities for over 37 years. For 15 years we have done a Haunted House in October and this year we wanted to replace it with a new event at the beautiful Downtown Commons. This perfect venue and the support of the community will bring back an Oktoberfest festival for everyone in the community to come out and enjoy."

Stein Hoist competition, Brat eating contest, Wiener Dog races, plus everyone is encouraged to dress up in their favorite German/Bavarian costumes to add to the festivities.

There will be a kids zone with a full size Ferris wheel, carousel, carnival games, inflatables, face painting and more!

Montgomery County Mayor Jim Durrett on his feelings about this new event being added to the 2018 calendar. "When I was told BWC was bringing back Oktoberfest and bringing it to the Downtown Commons I was high-fiving everyone. As you well know, everything that the BWC does, they do it with class. Oktoberfest is the perfect event for the Commons, it's fun for all ages and creates such a festive environment. I can't wait to see all the smiling faces of Montgomery County enjoying the "heart" of our community, our downtown!"

Check out all the activities and things to do at Clarksvilleoktoberfest.com. If you are interested in helping support this event, sponsorship opportunities are available by emailing info@clarksvilleoktoberfest.com

 
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