It’s time to celebrate German style


Steve Eiting, left, and Tim Thien, both of Minster, set-up a cut-out of German characters for Minster Oktoberfest which runs through Sunday, Oct. 2. The event draws people from all over Ohio with popular attractions such as live German music, the jug hoist, arts and crafts, traditional German food, the Oktoberfest 10K run and a parade.


Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News

Steve Eiting, left, and Tim Thien, both of Minster, set-up a cut-out of German characters for Minster Oktoberfest which runs through Sunday, Oct. 2. The event draws people from all over Ohio with popular attractions such as live German music, the jug hoist, arts and crafts, traditional German food, the Oktoberfest 10K run and a parade.

Steve Eiting, left, and Tim Thien, both of Minster, set-up a cut-out of German characters for Minster Oktoberfest which runs through Sunday, Oct. 2. The event draws people from all over Ohio with popular attractions such as live German music, the jug hoist, arts and crafts, traditional German food, the Oktoberfest 10K run and a parade.
http://sidneydailynews.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/09/web1_SDN100116Oktoberfest.jpgSteve Eiting, left, and Tim Thien, both of Minster, set-up a cut-out of German characters for Minster Oktoberfest which runs through Sunday, Oct. 2. The event draws people from all over Ohio with popular attractions such as live German music, the jug hoist, arts and crafts, traditional German food, the Oktoberfest 10K run and a parade. Luke Gronneberg | Sidney Daily News
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