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THE JOY OF BEING TOGETHER

September 12-15, 2019 Food Booth Menus • Music Schedule • Venue Information


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VENUES

HERITAGE

The Joy of Being Together Welcome................................................ 3 Entertainers for 2019.......................... 4 Alpinegarten......................................... 8 Biergarten............................................ 10 Hopfergarten...................................... 12 Prostgarten ......................................... 14 Weingarten ......................................... 16 Kindergarten - For all ages.................. 18 Cruz-in & Sports.................................. 30 Arts & Crafts ........................................ 32

Glockenspiel.........................................34

FESTIVAL SCHEDULE

EAT • DRINK •POLKA!

THURSDAY ....................................... 20

Sept. 17 - 20, 2020

Entertainment info and map FRIDAY .............................................. 22 FESTIVAL MAP & FOOD BOOTHS.... 24 SATURDAY ........................................26 SUNDAY ............................................28

Webertanz............................................36 Mount Angel Heritage Trail................38

DANKE SCHÖN!

Thanks to those who provide support Oktoberfest Board............................40 Oktoberfest Guests..........................42 Oktoberfest Sponsors......................44

MOUNT ANGEL

Oktoberfest

The sounds of oom pah pa, the aroma of grilled sausage, and shouts of “PROST” herald the arrival of the 54th annual Oktoberfest in Mount Angel . . . The festival kicks off with a traditional German Webertanz (weavers dance) performed by Mount Angel school children at noon on Thursday, Sept. 12, and daily through Sunday, Sept. 15.

Willkommen! • Welcome!

TABLE OF CONTENTS

Eat, drink and dance at the Northwest’s favorite folk festival 11 a.m. to midnight Thursday - Saturday and 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. on Sunday.

Join the monks of Mount Angel Abbey for the Liturgy of the Hours W E E K DAY S Vigils: 5:20 am Lauds 6:30 am Holy Eucharist: 8:00 am Midday Prayer: Noon Vespers: 5:20 pm Compline: 7:30 pm S U N DAY S & SOL EMNIT IES Vigils: 7:30 pm (Saturday)

The monks of Mount Angel Abbey gather in the Abbey church for prayer six times each day for the celebration of the Eucharist and the Liturgy of the Hours. We welcome you to join us during Oktoberfest 2019! And while you’re here, stop in and visit the Abbey’s library, museum, and bookstore.

BENEDICTINE BREWERY BEER IS BREWED IN A MONASTIC TRADITION that is centuries old. Our beer is carefully crafted with hops and water from the Abbey’s land, to reveal the divine glory through creation. DISCOVER THE GOODNESS. VISIT THE TAPROOM. TASTE AND BELIEVE.

Lauds: 6:40 am

Special taproom hours during Oktoberfest: September 12 – 15, 11 am – 5 pm.

Holy Eucharist: 9:00 am

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Middday Prayer: Noon Vespers: 5:20 pm

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Compline: 8:00 pm

Look for the free shuttles to and from the festival. 503.845.3030 | mountangelabbey.org Mt. Angel Shopper

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Willkommen! • The ENTERTAINERS Use your Oktoberfest program schedule to ensure you find the bands you love and the beverages you prefer. A sampling of the changes: Z-Musikmakers will be in the Biergarten this year; no Weingarten performances. Find them in their new venue and settle in for good times. Chardon Polka Band will play in the Weingarten and S-Band will play the Alpinegarten. Andechs biers have moved to the Alpinegarten from the Prostgarten, where you’ll find new Oregon beers. Weihenstephan and pFriem biers have moved from the Alpinegarten across the street to the Weingarten. Keep your Oktoberfest program handy or use a smart phone to click on Oktoberfest.org for more.

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New for 2019 – Klaberheads Every year Oktoberfest brings new faces as children join in the Webertanz at the Bandstand, learning the traditional folk dances and sharing them – part of the joy of being together. There will be new faces on the stage, too, as Hamilton, Ohio sends Mount Angel its longest running band – The Klaberheads. Of course, the group didn’t start out with that name. Jim Kinghorn

Things have moved a bit...

The original Franz Klaber Orchestra was founded in 1930 and led by Franz Klaber, a German immigrant from the Saxony region of Germany. He taught himself to play mandolin and violin, and later, the saxophone. The first version of the Franz Klaber Orchestra consisted of a five piece band of fellow German-Americans that played a lot of German folk songs at gatherings and festivals of the Deutscher Hausverein, the local German Society. Franz Sr.’s vision was a band that mixed popular music with traditional German songs. Franz’s daughter Mary Ann sang in the band, and Bill and Franz Klaber, Jr. both joined the band while they were in junior high school. At the age of 24, Mt. Angel Oktoberfest

Franz took over the band when his father died in 1963. Franz Jr. took his father’s musical passion and built upon it; leaving his own indelible mark by expanding the band, its repertoire, and instilling an enthusiasm and showmanship. Under his leadership, the band affectionately became known as the Klaberheads. It’s a name that is used for the band as well as the fans! In 2006 his daughter, Erika Klaber took over the reins.  Erika has continued with her father and grandfather’s vision, and has put her own imprint on the group, playing a steel drum in the band. No one could have imagined how well this beautiful instrument would blend with German music!  With a Masters degree in Music Education and Ethnomusicology, Erika has been able to expand the musical repertoire. The fourth generation of Klabers are joining in. Erika’s daughter, Emily Muench, performs with the band, and several of Franz’s and Bill’s children and grandchildren have been active members.  Mt. Angel Shopper


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Willkommen! • The ENTERTAINERS

Returning Favorites – See schedule for times CHARDON POLKA BAND – The “punks of polka”

from Ohio return to Mount Angel after a terrific debut in 2017. Their up beat music and great fun old favorites are delivered in a not so traditional style as polkas sometimes “morph.” Comedic oddball favorites and bizarre audience participation songs are to be expected!

DIE SCHLAUBERGER – Festival-goers love this power-

house of musical expertise. From the moment they step on stage they have the audience dancing to renditions of German favorites and other crowd pleasing tunes. Their mission is “Keeping the Traditionalists on their Feet and the New Generation Interested.” Die Schlauberger (dSb for those who have difficulty with German) means the “Wise Guys” (kind of).

DONAUMUSIKANTEN – The “Original Donau-

musikanten” band was formed to meet the needs of Oktoberfest for an authentic Bavarian Band. The band returns to Oregon from banks of Germany’s beautiful Blue Danube River, courtesy of Lufthansa, the official airline of the Mount Angel Oktoberfest.

DOPPELBOCK – A last-minute replacement band for the

Leavenworth Oktoberfest turned into a favorite of Oktoberfest audiences throughout Oregon and Washington. Blending the traditional German/Polka/Yodeling with rock and roll roots, they created what some call Polka Rock. Their goal is to boldly go where no accordion has gone before.

FESTIVAL BRASS– Big and brassy, these wonderful musicians entertain at The Village Bandstand as well as rotating 6 • Sept. 11, 2019

through the Alpinegarten, Weingarten and Biergarten.

GRUBER FAMILY BAND – Their family music history

goes back to the 1900s. Five generations later, Al Gruber brought the band to the Mount Angel Oktoberfest. When he retired, grandson Michael took over the piano accordion!

SALZBURGER ECHO – The 12-foot Swiss Alphorns,

Austrian cowbells and harmony yodeling bring audiences face to face with European culture.

S-BAHN – S-Bahn is the commuter train that connects

cities in Germany with the suburbs. The S-Bahn band connects people. With a diverse and eclectic repertoire, S-Bahn specializes in Oktoberfests (German) and Malankas (Ukranian).

THE GORDANAIRS – Returning from Vancouver B.C.

The Gordanairs bring Bavarian European musical style to Mount Angel. They treat audiences to German traditions such as folk dancing (Schuhplattling), songs played on the cowbells, alphorn performances and their always popular audience participation favorites.

Z MUSIKMAKERS – This is a zany mix of musically

talented family and friends who have delighted Oktoberfest audiences since the group’s founding in 1977 by Mount Angel’s own Paul Zollner. They present a festive mix of traditional and Bavarian-flavored music.

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During the Oktoberfest visit the Chamber Booth in front of City Hall for Oktoberfest Merchandise. www.MtAngelChamber.com The 8th Annual

Willkommen! • The ENTERTAINERS

Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce

DEC. 6-8, 2019 A German Holiday Market featuring regional arts and crafts, Oregon wineries and breweries plus many specialty foods and drinks featuring hazelnuts. Held at Mt. Angel Festhalle

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ALPINEGARTEN • The VENUES Available in the Alpinegarten NORTHWEST BEERS Double Mountain Kolsch ABV 5.20% IBU 40 6 Tokens

A light bodied ale with delicate fruitiness, and rounded maltiness, unfiltered, more generoubly hopped than its German cousin.

Double Mountain Hop Lion IPA ABV 6.70% IBU 65 6 Tokens

Andechs Dopplebock

well balanced. A semi-sweet delight!

Soft, toasty and a touch of dried fruit with a pronounced caramel flavor. Full bodied and velvety, rich with a malty aroma, a recognizable sweetness, garnished by roasted cocoa notes and a slight hop bitterness.

A special treat of well-balanced sweetness and fruit. Fine aromas of citrus, herbs and rose petals. Semisweet, imported from Germany.

ABV 6.80%

6 Tokens

Andechs Helles Lager

Tropic resin, tangerine, evergreen, earthy scent of NW petrichor. Tangelo and fresh bread stalk closely behind, finishing with orange and dank pine.

ABV 4.80% 6 Tokens

ABV 5.50% IBU 38

REFRESHING OPTIONS Double Mountain Cider

Boneyard Bonefied Pale 6 Tokens

West Coast Pale Ale brewed for a big hoppy finish. Malts used balance nicely with its Citra hops. Floral aroma jumps out of the glass thanks to the copious hops used in the dry hop process.

Boneyard Diablo Rojo ABV 5.50% IBU 38 6 Tokens

A deep amber ale, well balanced and very drinkable. This beer is duelhopped with Cascade and Delta hops.

GERMAN IMPORTS Andechs Hefeweizen ABV 5.50%

6 Tokens

Distinctive fruit flavors such as banana and honeydew melon followed by cloves. Tangy, refreshing, soft body.

Andechs Oktoberfest ABV 4.80% IBU 17 6 Tokens

Strong, golden Festbier. Full-bodied and balanced between sweet malt and bitter hops. Draft only.

Pleasantly tangy, with a light, soft body. Mild sweetness blends with a velvety-soft hop bitterness. In the finish, it is smooth and harmonious.

ABV 6.70% 6 Tokens

A blend of freshly harvested local heirloom apples. Newtowns, Braeburns, and Hanners for old world complexity, resulting in a tart, crisp, dry, and quenching finish.

Stiegl Radler

ABV 3.20% 6 Tokens

Half Stiegl Goldbrau and half high quality soda with all-natural flavors. Low in calories and alcohol content, an ideal thirst quencher.

NON-ALCHOLIC BEER EinbeckerABV 0.3% 6 Tokens

Non-alcoholic beer is fresh, light and with the bitter taste of hops.

GERMAN & NORTHWEST WINES Riesling 6 Tokens

Aroma and flavor of yellow apple, tropical fruit, peach. Elegantly sweet,

Gewurztraminer 7 Tokens

Pinot Gris 7 Tokens

Impressive, cold climate German “Grauburgunder” has pear and apple flavors, a nice level of acidity & full body. Dry.

Rosecco Sparkling Merlot Rose’ 8 Tokens

A fruity, fresh, and fun sparkling wine with great berry flavor. Not too dry, not too sweet. Organic!

Prayers of Saints Chardonnay 7 Tokens

Aromas bright toasted pear with notes of citrus; Flavors of fresh pear & ripe melon; creamy yet juicy

Dornfelder Sweet 8 Tokens Deep dark red color, amazing cherry and berry flavor. Not aged in oak! So you really taste the grapes! Smooth, soft and lots of flavor! Semi-sweet.

Wine by Joe Pinot Noir 8 Tokens

Aromas of black cherry, plum. Well balaced acidy with plush tannins.

Lemberger

8 Tokens

Also known as “Blaufränkisch”. A deep red with complex flavors of black currant, raspberry with a spicy finish. Fine French oak and vanilla notes. Gentle tannins, organic!

A place for the family

The Alpinegarten on South Garfield across from the Weingarten prides itself on doing things a little bit different. Learn to do the Chicken Dance, join in the songs, take part in the contests. The Alpinegarten is open to families with children until closing each night. If you are a beer geek, this is the place to try a great beer, both from the Northwest and Germany. The Gruber Family Bavarian Band, Gordonairs European Musik, Salzberger Echo, Doppelbock and S-Bahn entertain. The venue is smaller than the Weingarten or Biergarten and there isn’t a bad seat in the house. The entertainers do a great job of interacting with the crowd. The Oregon Garden Resort is the sponsor of the Alpinegarten. The Alpinegarten also is a WiFi hot spot!


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BIERBARTEN • The VENUES Biergarten brews, beverages

The Bierzelt in the south tent has rotating taps and seasonal brews by10 Barrel Brewing and Widmer Brothers Brewing!

Spaten Lager ABV 5.20% IBU 21 6 Tokens Light, crisp taste and golden in color. Delicate hop flavors, aromas. Spaten Oktoberfest ABV: 5.9%; IBU: 23 6 Tokens World’s First O’fest Beer. The beer of Munich’s famous Oktoberfest: aromatic, savory, gold-colored.

10 Barrel Swill Radler ABV 4.50% IBU 4 6 Tokens Bright grapefruit notes riding on subtle lemon tartness perfectly balanced by a pleasant sweetness and a dry refreshing finish.

Spaten Optimator ABV: 7.6%; IBU: 20 6 Tokens Classic German dark beer, bottom fermented ’Doppel Bock’. Full bodied with a deep dark color.

10 Barrel Raspberry Crush ABV 6.5% IBU 6 6 Tokens American sour inspired by Berliner Weisse-style. Flavors of raspberries, tart jam, creamy dry finish.

Franziskaner Weissbier ABV 5% IBU 12 6 Tokens From Munich. Copper golden wheat beer unfolds with an aromatic fragrance. Widmer/10 Barrel Braumaji ABV 5.9% IBU 30 6 Tokens The two respected brewhouses collaborated on a hoppy German-style lager that includes South Africa hops and was brewed for Mount Angel Oktoberfest. 10 Barrel Pub Beer Lager ABV 5% IBU 14 6 Tokens Floral hops, slight spice and pear character. Light, crisp with high carbonation, creamy mouthfeel. 10 Barrel Profuse Hazy IPA ABV 7% IBU 45 6 Tokens Tropical juicy hop flavors with the bitterness in check. 10 Barrel IPK - India Pale Kolsch ABV 5% IBU 45 6 Tokens Pilsner and Vienna malts support the clean, crisp bitterness from German Noble Hops.

10 Barrel Smooth Talker ABV 5% IBU 35 6 Tokens Pilsner. Noble hops; crisp finish.

10 Barrel Apricot Crush ABV 6.2% IBU 7 6 Tokens Made from a Berliner Weiss base and apricot to make it pop. Light, crisp and refreshing. 10 Barrel Strawberry Crush ABV 5% IBU 4 6 Tokens Tart Berliner Weiss base fermented on fresh strawberries; a touch of cayenne makes the flavor pop. Widmer Okto ABV 5.30% IBU 28 6 Tokens Deep amber color, sweet and malty, with subtle caramel notes delivered without a heavy body. Widmer Juicy Sunrise Hazy IPA ABV 6.80% IBU 73 6 Tokens Citrus and tropical aroma and flavor. Amarillo and Bru-1 hops leave this IPA dripping with notes of orange, pineapple, and stone fruit. Widmer Dreifecta Pilsner ABV 5% IBU 35 6 Tokens German-style Pilsner brewed with three hops and three malts.

CIDER 10 Barrel Soft Core Hard Cider ABV 6.5 6 Tokens Tantalizing crisp apples from the NW are the star. Big fruit flavor without cloying sweetness. Square Mile Original Cider ABV 6.2% 6 Tokens Made only with apples from the Northwest. Lager beer yeast for fermentation creates balance. Sweet, tart with light, crisp finish. Non Alcoholic Beer St. Pauli Girl ABV 0.5% 6 Tokens Pleasant hop aroma, crisp finish. WINE Wine by Joe Rose’ 6 Tokens Aromas of fruit, floral and spice; flavors of grapefruit, banana, watermelon, orange; bright finish. Wine by Joe Pinot Gris 7 Tokens Aromas of tropical fruit; flavors of vanilla, ginger are counterpoint; juicy bright acidity. Wine by Joe Chardonnay 7 Tokens Aromas of mowed grass, daffodils, raspberries, hint of ginger and lime zest; crisp finish. Wine by Joe Pinot Noir 8 Tokens Aromas of black cherry, plum, bittersweet cocoa; well balanced acidity with plush tannins. Columbia Winery Red Blend 8 Tokens Aromas of dark, red fruit; layers of complex fruit character with vanilla, brown spice lingers in finish.

Get up, ‘n’dance! The Biergarten is the dance venue. It is the place to dance for the young and the old. Housed in the Mount Angel Festhalle, the Biergarten with its lofty ceilings and two-story decor has the ambience of an authentic German village. Right in the center, under the big “Willkommen,” is the large wooden dance floor. The Biergarten opens at 11:30 a.m. Thursday, and the great polka music starts at noon. Early in the day you may find dancers who know the traditional dances dressed in lederhosen and dirndls dancing away. When the sun sets, a younger generation dances to Alpine rock. The Biergarten is a Wi-Fi hot spot!


Doll MuseuM See the collection of over 500 antique to modern dolls. Families welcome. Children will love it. And it is FREE!

Willkommen! • The VENUES

The Elaine M. Annen

Located in the Mount Angel Festhalle 500 S. Wilco Highway Open all four days of Oktoberfest 11am – 5pm. Regular Hours: 11am - 3pm on the First & Third Fridays and Second & Fourth Saturdays of the Month or by Appointment.

For more information:

Janice 503-581-6797 • Carol 503-551-0102 w w w. E l a i n e A n n e n D o l l M u s e u m . c o m

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HOPFENGARTEN • The VENUES Hopfengarten features Northwest beers BEER Block 15 Hopfen Pale Ale ABV 6% 6 Tokens German-inspired spin on a pale ale brewed with German malts (Pilsner and Munich), German yeast (Kölsch), and German hops (Mandarina Bavaria and Hallertau Blanc)—together creating a unique profile that balances rustic malt character with fruity notes of citrus, ripe pineapple, and dark fruit. Block 15 Blocktoberfest ABV 5.50% 6 Tokens Unfiltered Bavarian-style Märzen lager, brewed with specialty German malts and hops.. Block 15 Fluffhead IPA ABV 6.50% 6 Tokens Fruity, hazy IPA that balances a soft malt body with copious dry hop additions. Flaked oats, English yeast, and special water treatment produce a fluffy, round body. Heater Allen Bobtoberfest ABV 5.6 IBU 22 6 Tokens Traditional German-style Marzen. Traditionally these beers were brewed in March and lagered until Oktoberfest in September. Amber in color and malty with a dry finish, making it super easy drinking. Heater Allen Pilsner ABV 4.6% IBU 30 6 Tokens Bohemian-style. More golden, rounder, and a little more malt driven than others, and strong hop character balanced by its rich, round, malty palate. Wayfinder Freiheit Oktoberfest Wiesen ABV 5.7% 6 Tokens Malty, deep golden lager made seasonally for consuming under the big tents.

Benedictine Brewery Black Habit ABV 7.50% IBU 25 6 Tokens Rustic yeast, malts with character & spice, produce a subtle layer of fruit. Borrowed elements from dubbel, saison, and Oregon Hops. Dark beer, brewed in Mount Angel that is complex and approachable. Silver Falls Brewing 1933 Pilsner ABV 4.8% IBU 36 6 Tokens German-style pilsner has sweetness of the pilsner malt balanced with the Saaz hops. Vagabond Festbier ABV 4.3% IBU 28 6 Tokens Unfiltered Bavarian-style Marzen larger brewed with Pilsner, Munich and Vienna grains.

WINE Washington Hills Late Harvest Riesling 7 Tokens

Honeysuckle, jasmine, lime and ripe peach aromas are followed by sweet fruit flavors, speckled with abundant floral notes.

Wine by Joe Pinot Gris 2017 7 Tokens

Aromas of tropical fruit like pineapple, lychee, and Asian pear; Flavors of vanilla, ginger counterpoint mango, kumquat & white peach; juicy bright acidity

Perlino Rose’ Sparkling Pinot Noir 8 Tokens

Fruity Rose, fresh blend of Pinot Noir/Dornfelder and Portugieser grapes. Great berry flavor with fine bubbles. Not too dry, not too sweet. Semi-dry.

Eola Hills Pinot Noir 2016 8 Tokens

Dominated by black fruits, black cherries, bramble berries & plum; notes of berries, cherries & cranberries with light oak, Rich body, smooth finish

Prayers of Sinners Red Blend 2017 8 Tokens

Layered with blackberry, dark fruit, violet & cocoa; 90% syrah, 10% merlot

Come try a new brew

The Hopfengarten at the cor-

ner of Church and Garfield streets is a place for festival goers to relax with your favorite meal from the chalet booths and taste beers from local brewers.

Enjoy your food and the music is provided by volunteers from the Rose City Accordion Club and Friends. There is no admission charge. Families are always welcome!


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PROSTGARTEN! • The VENUES Prostgarten features Oregon beers, and a variety of German wines BEER

WINE

Silver Falls Brewing Festbier ABV 5.8% IBU 23 6 Tokens Deep yellow color. Well-rounded bier with malt flavor that balances out the slight herbal and floral notes. Medium carbonation creates a clean and smooth texture,

Lausbub Herrenberg 7 Tokens Fruity fresh and lots of flavor! Peach and apricots followed by tropical fruit. A great blend of Sauvignon Blanc, Müller-Thurgau and Auxerrois grapes. Semi-dry.

Heater Allen Fest Marzen ABV 5.9 IBU 25 6 Tokens Example of the type of beer currently served at Munich Oktoberfest. Light, refreshing, round body, slightly bitter finish. ROTATING TAP Vagabond PDX Pride ABV 5.6% IBU 30 6 Tokens Combines the hop aroma of a tropical IPA with the crisp, deeply quenching drinkability of a killer pale ale. Vagabond Travel Buddy ABV 4.6% IBU 30 6 Tokens A modern blend of hops including Simcoe and Moutere bring a smooth tropical flavor. ROTATING TAP Wayfinder Helles 6 Tokens Lagerbier Helles is crisp, light, refreshing and brilliantly effervescent with a floral Noble hop aroma. Wayfinder Party Time Pilsner ABV 4.7% 6 Tokens German-style with a hoppy bouquet and a crisp, dry, spritzy finish.

Chardonnay Herrenberg 7 Tokens An outstanding “cold climate” Chardonnay. Not aged in oak. Brilliantly fresh, elegant, great flavor, mild and yummy. Dry. R-Secco Bergkeller White Sparkling 8 Tokens A crisp fresh blend of Riesling and Sauvignon Blanc grapes. Flavors of citrus and green apples with fine bubbles. A great refreshing sparkling wine. Dry. Dornfelder Herxheim 8 Tokens Deep dark red color, amazing cherry and berry flavor. Not aged in oak! So you really taste the grapes! Smooth, soft, elegant sweetness and lots of flavor! Semi-sweet. Acolon Herxheim 8 Tokens Similar to Cabernet. Dark purple, deep flavor of blackberry and plum. Aged in oak, smooth. Dry.

COLLECTIBLES Wine Glass - $5 Oktoberfest Plastic Stein - $6 Oktoberfest Stein w/pewter lid - $50

A place to relax ... The Prostgarten is located one block north of die Früchtsäule or the Harvest Monument by the little, white house – the historic Saalfeld House – home to Mount Angel’s Historical Society. The Prostgarten is right behind Columbia Bank and the bank sponsors this terrific place to sit down, dine on a favorite treat, talk with friends and try some great beer and wine. Admission is free! Music is provided by volunteers from the Rose City Accordion Club and Friends. Families are always welcome!


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WEINGARTEN • The VENUES Old World / New World in the Weingarten RED WINE

WHITE WINE

Acolon Wachtenburg Winzer

BEER

Morio Muskat Herrenberg 7 Tokens Big, round flavor, with hints of pineapple and orange marmalade. Well balanced. Semi-sweet.

Weihenstephaner Helles ABV 5.1% 6 Tokens Long storage makes bright yellow lager a flavorful beer enjoyed with fine poured, white foam. A mild hoppy note, fresh spicy taste. Weihenstephaner Hefeweizen ABV 5.4% IBU 18 6 Tokens Nothing refreshes more than this naturally cloudy wheat beer with its wonderful yeasty fragrance. Weihenstephaner Festbier ABV 5.8% IBU 26 6 Tokens A rich bodied, hoppy, seasonal lager. Especially brewed for the Festbier season. This beer represents the Bavarian way of celebrating. Weihenstephaner Dopplebock ABV 7.4% IBU 32 6 Tokens A double bock beer that has what it takes. Not just for lovers of strong beer. Malty aroma and great taste, Korbinian is a true beer specialty. pFriem IPA ABV 6.80% IBU 65 6 Tokens IPAs have only gotten better since they arrived in 18th century India. This builds on the legacy with big hops, huge citrus, a candy-like malt.

8 Tokens

Like Cabernet Sauvignon. Intense deep flavors of black+berry and black currant, fine French oak and vanilla notes. Gentle tannins but full in body and flavor. Semi-dry. Dornfelder Herxheim 8 Tokens Deep purple color, intense cherry and blackberry flavor. Aged in oak but smooth, low acidity. Famous cold climate red wine grape from Germany! Dry. St Josef’s Pinot Noir 8 Tokens Complex aromas of black cherry and plum, nuances of chocolate and spice characterize this great wine from the East Willamette Valley. Erath Pinot Noir 2016 8 Tokens Aromas of loganberry, bing cherry and rising bread dough; flavors of cherry candy, pomegranate, candied orange peel with uplifting finish. Browne “Heritage” Cabernet Sauvignon 2017 8 Tokens Toasty sweet oak aroma; flavors of blackberry preserves, milk chocolate, black pepper, medium-bodied, balanced acid and integrated tannins, finish with marionberry. Columbia Winery Merlot 8 Tokens Aromas of rich, dark fruits and a subtle hint of mocha. Balanced acidity complements textured mouthfeel with bold, lingering finish.

Riesling Herrenberg 7 Tokens Full body, fresh and crisp. Aroma and flavor of citrus and green apples, followed by a hint of exotic mango and pineapple. A dryer semi-dry. Perlino Secco White Sparkling 8 Tokens A fruity fresh blend of MüllerThurgau, Scheurebe and Riesling. Flavors of citrus and exotic fruit and fine, sparkling bubbles. A great Prosecco! Semi-dry. St Josef’s Gewurztraminer 7 Tokens A slightly sweet wine that is a delight to sip. Floral aromas and fruit flavors with a smooth finish. St. Joe’s flagship wine. Eola Hills Pinot Gris 2016 7 Tokens Aromas of ripe apple, jasmine flowers; flavors of ripe apple, pear, citrus, and honey flowers; body is complex and refreshing. Columbia Winery Chardonnay 2016 7 Tokens Aromas and flavors of juicy pear and apple, subtle topical fruits, bit of vanilla and oak; bright acidity.

pFriem Pilsner ABV 4.9% IBU 35 Aromas of fresh flowers and honey, we’ve managed to fit the Pacific Northwest into each bottle.

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The crowd is on its feet, clapping and smiling, the musicians are off the stage and on the tables... What’s this? Weingarten fans know it can only be the “Donaumusikanten” from Germany. The band has been performing at Oktoberfest more than 20 years. Every year one or two members swap out, which keeps the group fresh. They have made the Weingarten a showcase of Bavarian folk culture. The band visits courtesy of Lufthansa, the official airline of the Mount Angel Oktoberfest. pFriem Marzen Oktoberfest ABV 6.2% IBU 22 6 Tokens Our easy-drinking tribute to Munich’s Oktoberfest. Notes of honey, sourdough and white grape will have you celebrating stateside.

CIDER Apfelwein Pure Cider ABV 6% 6 Tokens Made from apples from Odenwald meadow orchards. 100% apples. Sour, fruity and natural in taste.

NON-ALCOHOLIC Einbecker Non Alcoholic Beer ABV 0.3% 6 Tokens Fresh, light and with the bitter taste of hops.


Proud to sponsor these quality breweries for Oktoberfest 2019:

Available in the Alpinegarten Stiegl-Radler Austrian brewed Stiegl-Radler Grapefruit Naturally Cloudy is a succulent fruity taste sensation with a refreshing finish.

Boneyard Brewing Tasting Room Hours:11am - 6pm, 7 days a week 37 NW Lake Place Bend, Oregonwww.boneyardbeer.com

Andechs Brewed and bottled exclusively in Andechs, Bavaria by the Benedictine monks of St. Boniface of Munich and Andechs.

Double Mountain Brewery and Cidery Established in 2007 Double Mountain has stood by the belief of creating great beers and ciders for all to enjoy - Hood River and Woodstock Oregon. www.doublemountainbrewery.com

Available in the Winegarten Weihenstephan Alte Akademie 2 85354 Freising, Germany “Brewing since 1040 – We’re the oldest brewery in the world!”

pFriem With a great Belgiam influence but true to their homegrown roots in the Great Pacific Northwest. 707 Portway Ave., Hood River, OR. Open 11:30am - 9pm. 7 days a week.

BEMBEL-WITH-CARE A pure mild Apfelwein (German dry cider). Sweet and very fruity this cider is carbonated and Gluten Free. Try a Bembel (German pitcher) today! www.bembel-with-care.com

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KINDERGARTENOur • The VENUES ACTIVITIES

THE KINDERGARTEN • Open 11 am - 5 pm Friday - Saturday - Sunday • FREE ALL DAY FRIDAY

11:00 am Balloons art begins Farm Fun Activities - Courtesy Wilco 11:30 am Pavilion opens - Courtesy K & E Excavating Noon Rhys Thomas, Juggling 1:00 pm Adam the Great, Magic 2:00 pm Rhys Thomas, Juggling 3:00 pm Adam the Great, Magic 4:00 pm Rhys Thomas, Juggling

SATURDAY 11:00 am Balloons art begins Wiener dog check-in Farm Fun Activities - Courtesy Wilco Pavilion opens - Courtesy K & E Excavating 11:15 am Adam the Great, Magic 11:30 am Wiener dog races 12:15 pm Rhys Thomas, Juggling 1:15 pm Adam the Great, Magic 2:15 pm Rhys Thomas, Juggling 3:15 pm Adam the Great, Magic 4:15 pm Rhys Thomas, Juggling

SUNDAY 11:00 am Balloons art begins Wiener dog check-in Farm Fun Activities - Courtesy Wilco 11:30 am Wiener dog races Pavilion opens - Courtesy K & E Excavating Noon Adam the Great, Magic 1:00 pm Mad Science – Sponsored by PGE 2:00 pm Adam the Great, Magic 3:00 pm Mad Science – Sponsored by PGE 4:00 pm Adam the Great, Magic

Activities, Entertainment and Fun!

Oktoberfest in Mount Angel has entertainment for the whole family. For the young folk, there is a whole day’s worth of free fun and entertainment in the Kindergarten. Open Friday, Saturday and Sunday from 11 a.m. until 5 p.m., the Kindergarten has lots of activities for the young (and not so young) crowd. The Petting Farm sponsored by Wilco is staffed by members of a local 4-H Club, the animals are well attended and avail18 • Sept. 11, 2019

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There’s also a hay maze and things to climb and bounce on. Do not miss the ever-popular Wiener Dog races which start at 11:30 a.m. Saturday and Sunday. In the pavilion, magic and family-friendly juggling take center stage. There is also some “Mad Science” coutesy of PGE. It’s enough to keep parents and kids occupied all afternoon. When hungry, there is

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lots of reasonably priced food that can be purchased from the goody booth in the Kindergarten area. The Kindergarten is located in the St. Mary’s Public School play yard across the street from the church. Webertanz (May Pole Dance) and other Bavarian folk dances are performed each day at 12:15 at the Bandstand. After their show they invite kids from the crowd to join them in the famous Chicken Dance. Mt. Angel Shopper


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THURSDAY, SEPT. 12

Entertainment Noon - Midnight THURSDAY • Something for Everyone

Happy OktoberFest!

10:00 am 11:00 am 11:00am 11:00am Noon 5:00 pm

Mount Angel Abbey Museum Alpine Food Chalets Open Arts and Crafts RV and Tent Camping Midday Prayer with the Benedictines Benedictine Evening Prayer

THE BANDSTAND • Happy Sounds of Folk Music Courtesy of Louisiana Grills

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THE BIERGARTEN • Mount Angel Festhalle

Courtesy of Ticor Title • Families Welcome • No minors after 10 pm

11:30 am 12:00 pm 2:00 pm 4:15 pm 5:45 pm 6:30 pm 7:00 pm 8:45 pm 10:30 pm

Proud to bring wine from Germany, for the Mt. Angel Oktoberfest.

Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers, Sponsored US Bank Opening Ceremonies Alpine Echoes European Takeout Band Marion County Citizens Band Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers, Sponsored US Bank Alpine Echoes European Takeout Band

Doors & Elaine Annen Doll Museum opens Z-Musikmakers -Sponsored by 1859 Magazine The Klaberheads Festival Brass Salzburger Echo Oktoberfest Olympics -Sponsored by Touch of Bavaria Z-Musikmakers - Sponsored by 1859 Magazine The Klaberheads Biergarten closes

THE ALPINEGARTEN • A bit of Bavaria

Courtesy Oregon Garden Resort • Families Welcome ‘til Closing

Find the wines in most of the Oktoberfest halls. You can also taste and buy wine to take home at “Touch of Bavaria” in the Old Blacksmith Shop on 1270 E. College St. in Mt. Angel or visit my warehouse in Eugene. Call or email me.

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11:30 am Noon 1:45 pm 3:15 pm 3:45 pm 5:30 pm 7:15 pm 9:00 pm 11:00 pm

Doors open Doppelbock Gordanairs European Musik Salzburger Echo Doppelbock S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band Gruber Family Band - Sponsored by NW Natural S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band Alpinegarten closes

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THE WEINGARTEN • Family Entertainment Courtesy Roth’s Fresh Markets • No minors after 10 pm

Noon 1:30 pm 1:45 pm 3:30 pm 5:15 pm 6:45 pm 7:15 pm 9:00 pm Midnight

Festival Brass Keg Tapping Ceremony Gruber Family Band - Sponsored by NW Natural Chardon Polka Band Gordanairs European Musik Salzburger Echo Chardon Polka Band Donaumusikanten - Sponsored by Lufthansa Weingarten closes

THE PROSTGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends Courtesy Columbia Bank • Volunteer musicians! • Families ‘til Closing

11:30 am Noon 1:00 pm 2:30 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm 7:00 pm

Doors Open Doris Osgood and Pamelajean Meyers Velma Conte Paul Bria Dick Carlson, Colleen Halverson, Todd Carlson Caryl Dowell, Colleen Halverson, Cathy Cowley Paul Bria

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THE HOPFENGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends Courtesy Mt. Angel Vitamins • Families Welcome ‘til Closing

11:30 am Noon 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

Doors Open John Mohney Dick Carlson, Colleen Halverson, and Todd Carlson Marlene Meissner and Bob Wachter Velma Conte Jeannie and Steve Berg Coreen Bergholm and Ken Presthus

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FRIDAY, SEPT. 13 Entertainment Noon - Midnight Getting there just got better

FRIDAY • Something for Everyone Saluting Our Armed Forces, Sponsored by Les Schwab Tires

9:00 am 10:00 am 11:00 am 11:00am 11:30 am 12:00 pm 5:00 pm

Military Vehicle Display Mount Angel Abbey Museum Alpine Food Chalets Open Arts and Crafts Silver Trolley Midday Prayer with the Benedictines Benedictine Evening Prayer

THE BANDSTAND • Happy Sounds of Folk Music Courtesy of Louisiana Grills

Later weekdays and Saturday service Beginning in September! A BETTER CHERRIOTS

12:15 pm 1:15 pm 2:30 pm 3:45 pm 5:30 pm 6:30 pm 8:15 pm 9:00 pm 9:00 pm

Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers, Sponsored by US Bank Alpine Echoes European Takeout Band Alpine Echoes Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers, Sponsored by US Bank Marion County Citizens Band Tirolean Dancers European Takeout Band Street Dance – All are Welcome

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THE BIERGARTEN – Mount Angel Festhalle Courtesy of Ticor Title • Families Welcome • No minors after 10 pm

Special Oktoberfest hours! Thur, Fri & Sat: 7am-8pm Sun: 9am-5pm

11:30 am Noon 2:00 pm 3:45 pm 5:15 pm 5:45 pm 7:30 pm 9:00 pm 9:30 pm Midnight

Doors & Elaine Annen Doll Museum opens Z-Musikmakers – Sponsored by 1859 Magazine The Klaberheads Festival Brass Oktoberfest Olympics – Sponsored by Touch of Bavaria Z-Musikmakers – Sponsored by 1859 Magazine The Klaberheads Kleinstadtlers Bavarian Dancers Die Schlauberger Biergarten closes

THE ALPINEGARTEN • Bavarian Entertainment Courtesy Oregon Garden Resort • Families Welcome until Closing

Each morning we’ll have fresh baked breakfast treats and coffee. As always we’ll have our famous German Chocolate cake, Eclairs, Parfaits, and fresh baked Strudel. 22 • Sept. 11, 2019

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Doors Open Festival Brass Gordanairs European Musik Salzburger Echo Doppelbock Quintet S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band Kleinstadtlers Bavarian Dancers Gruber Family Band – Sponsored by NW Natural S-Bahn Canadian Alpine Band Alpinegarten closes Mt. Angel Shopper


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THE WEINGARTEN • Family Entertainment Courtesy Roth’s Fresh Markets • No minors after 10 pm

11:30 am Doors Open Noon Doppelbock 1:45 pm Gruber Family Band - Sponsored by NW Natural 3:30 pm Chardon Polka Band 5:00 pm Salzburger Echo 5:30 pm Gordanairs European Musik 7:00 pm Keg Tapping Ceremony 7:15 pm Chardon Polka Band 9:00 pm Donaumusikanten -Sponsored by Lufthansa Midnight Weingarten closes THE PROSTGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends Courtesy Columbia Bank • Volunteer musicians! • Families ‘til Closing

11:30 am Noon 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

Doors Opens Dick Myking Caryl Dowell, Colleen Halverson, Cathy Cowley Dick Myking Ann Heinrichs, Marlene Meissner Kathy Grambsch, Lisa Roeder Coreen Bergholm, Ken Presthus

THE HOPFENGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends

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Courtesy Mt. Angel Vitamins • Families Welcome ‘til Closing

11:30 am Noon 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

Doors Open Bev Spurgeon, Jill Patten, Fran Maddox, and Bobbie Ferrero Kathy Grambsch and Lisa Roeder Bev Spurgeon, Jill Patten, Fran Maddox, and Bobbie Ferrero Jeannie and Steve Berg Bob Noel Steve Knapke and Jim Haworth

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BOOTH # ORGANIZATION PRODUCT PRODUCT Sausage, German Potato Salad, Fondue Plate and Pretzels Biergarten Garden Foundation Sausage, Potato Salad, Fondue Plate, Chips andCheeseburgers, Pretzels Kindergarten Oregon St. Luke School CottonGerman Candy, Hot Dogs/Sausage, Nachos, Hamburgers, Chili Cheese Dogs, ChiliCandy, CheeseHot Nachos, Drinks, AppleSnow Cidercones, Slushies Kindergarten St. Luke School Cotton Dogs/Sausage, Nachos, Drinks Kona Ice ShavedSpecialties Ice Car Kindergarten Show Adam’ s Rib BBQ Barbeque - Saturday/Sunday only Legion Hall Bethany Charter School Coffee, Donuts, Pop, Hamburgers and Hot Dogs Boy Scout Breakfast Ofest Sausage, Ham,(French Scrambled eggs,Gourmet Pancakes,Coff Milk, 1NW Nat Tent Friends of Hope Beignets Donuts), eesJuice, Coffee 1 Al Kader Shrine – Salem Irish Sundae Fully Loaded Baked Potato, BBQ Ribs 2 Keizer Fire Department Corn-on-the-cob 2 Keizer Fire Department Corn-on-the-cob 3 Silverton Arts Association 100% Fruit Smoothies, Frozen Lemonade, 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Entertainment Noon - 9 pm SATURDAY • Something for Everyone

The SCHEDULE

SATURDAY, SEPT. 14

• wine tasting • bottle sales

8:00 am 8:00am 9:00 am 9:00am 9:00am 9:00am 10:00 am 11:00 am 11:00am 11:00am 11:00am 12:00 pm 5:00 pm

Half Marathon Oktoberfest 5k walk or run, 10k race Car Show Registration Begins Cruz’n Car Show, Sponsored by Donald RV & Storage Golf Tournament Military Vehicle Display Mount Angel Abbey Museum Alpine Food Chalets Open Arts and Crafts Mt. Angel Abbey Shuttle @ Bandstand Silver Trolley Midday Prayer with the Benedictines Benedictine Evening Prayer

THE BANDSTAND • Happy Sounds of Folk Music Courtesy of Louisiana Grills

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Marion County Citizens Band Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers - Sponsored by US Bank Alpine Echoes Polkaticians Marion County Citizens Band Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers - Sponsored US Bank Alpine Echoes Tirolean Dancers European Takeout Band Street Dance – All are Welcome

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11:30 am Doors & Elaine Annen Doll Museum Open Noon Z-Musikmakers - Sponsored by 1859 Magazine 2:00 pm The Klaberheads 3:30 pm Keg Tapping Ceremony 3:45 pm Festival Brass 5:15 pm Oktoberfest Olympics - Sponsored by Touch of Bavaria 5:45 pm Z-Musikmakers - Sponsored by 1859 Magazine 7:30 pm The Klaberheads 9:00 pm Kleinstadtlers Bavarian Dancers 9:30 pm Die Schlauberger Midnight Biergarten closes THE ALPINEGARTEN • A bit of Bavaria Courtesy Oregon Garden Resort • Families Welcome until Closing

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THE WEINGARTEN • Family Entertainment Courtesy Roth’s Fresh Markets • No minors after 10 pm

11:30 am Doors Open Noon Doppelbock 1:45 pm Gruber Family Band - Sponsored by NW Natural 3:15 pm Salzburger Echo 3:45 pm Chardon Polka Band 5:30 pm Gordanairs European Musik 7:00 pm Keg Tapping Ceremony 7:15 pm Chardon Polka Band 9:00pm Donaumusikanten - Sponsored by Lufthansa Midnight Weingarten closes

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THE PROSTGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends

• Souvenirs • Handcrafts • Ironworks

Courtesy Columbia Bank • Volunteer musicians! • Families ‘til Closing

11:30 am Noon 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

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THE HOPFENGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends Courtesy Mt. Angel Vitamins • Families Welcome until Closing

6:30 am 11:30 am 11:30am Noon 1:30 pm 3:00 pm 4:30 pm 6:00 pm 7:30 pm

Boy Scouts Breakfast Hopfengarten Opens John Mohney Karen Cordell Wayne Tiusanen Sue Schwab Steve Knapke, Jim Haworth Liz Wisler Coreen Bergholm, Ken Presthus

The SCHEDULE

4:45 pm 5:15 pm 6:15 pm 6:45 pm 9:00 pm 11:00 pm

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ST. MARY PARISH CHURCH • Free Concerts Courtesy of NW Natural

12:30 pm 2:15 pm 3:00 pm 4:00 pm 5:30 pm

Second Winds Band Salzburger Echo Der Leiderkreis Choir Cabin Fever Saturday Evening Mass

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The SCHEDULE

SUNDAY, SEPT. 15

Entertainment Noon - 9 pm

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SUNDAY • Something for Everyone 9:00 am Car Show Registration Begins 9:00am Community Mass @ Mount Angel Abbey 9:00am Community Mass @ Queen of Angels Monastery 9:00am Cruz’n Car Show, Sponsored by Donald RV & Storage 9:00am Military Vehicle Display 10:00 am Mount Angel Abbey Museum 11:00 am Alpine Food Chalets Open 11:00am Arts and Crafts 11:00am Mt. Angel Abbey Shuttle @ Bandstand 11:00am Silver Trolley Noon Midday Prayer with the Benedictines 5:00 pm Benedictine Evening Prayer 8:00 pm Compline @ Mount Angel Abbey THE BANDSTAND • Happy Sounds of Folk Music Courtesy of Louisiana Grills

11:00 am 12:15 pm 1:15 pm 2:30 pm 3:15 pm 4:15 pm 6:15 pm 7:00 pm

Marion County Citizens Band Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers - Sponsored by US Bank Marion County Citizens Band Tirolean Dancers Webertanz (May Pole dance) and Engelberg Dancers - Sponsored by US Bank Alpine Echoes Tirolean Dancers European Takeout Band

THE BIERGARTEN – Mount Angel Festhalle Courtesy of Ticor Title • Families Welcome • Closes 6 pm

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Doors & Elaine Annen Doll Museum opens Z-Musikmakers - Sponsored by 1859 Magazine Die Schlauberger Oktoberfest Olympics - Sponsored by Touch of Bavaria The Klaberheads Salzburger Echo Z-Musikmakers - Sponsored by 1859 Magazine Biergarten closes

THE ALPINEGARTEN • Bavarian Entertainment Courtesy Oregon Garden Resort • Families Welcome

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Courtesy Roth’s Fresh Markets • Families Welcome until Close

11:30 am Noon 2:15 pm 3:45 pm 5:45 pm 6:00 pm 9:00 pm

Doors Open Festival Brass Doppelbock Chardon Polka Band Closing Ceremonies Donaumusikanten, Sponsored by Lufthansa Weingarten closes



German Beer Authentic Food Live Oompah Music Wiener Dog Races Polka Dancing Kinderplatz

The SCHEDULE

Next weekend!

THE WEINGARTEN • Family Entertainment

THE PROSTGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends Courtesy Columbia Bank • Volunteer musicians! • Families ‘til Closing

11:30 am Noon 1:30 pm

Doors Open Karen Cordell Bev Spurgeon and Delette Huffman

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THE HOPFENGARTEN • Rose City Accordion Club & Friends Courtesy Mt. Angel Vitamins • Families Welcome until Closing

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ST. MARY PARISH CHURCH • Free Concerts Thank you, NW Natural, for a weekend of wonderful concerts

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More VENUES Road Races

The Oktoberfest Road Race HalfMarathon, which starts at 8 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 14, showcases the great farmland and stunning views Mount Angel has to offer. Race check in, start and finish is at Mount Angel’s Humpert Park, 400 Alder St. Oktoberfest 5k run/walk and 10k run start at the same location, with day-of-race registration or packet pickup from 7:15 a.m. - 8:45 a.m. and start at 9 a.m. Registration is available at RaceNorthwest.com.

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Cruz-N Car Show

The Cruz-N is two separate shows in one. The first is held on Saturday and the second on Sunday. There are 30 category awards each day. Both shows run from 9 a.m. until 3 p.m. Both are at St. Mary School across from the church and adjacent to the Kindergarten. The Cruz-n features some of the finest automotive examples from the early 1900s to the present plus just across the street there is a display of vintage military vehicles.

Golf Tournament

At Mount Angel’s Evergreen Golf Course, golfers will be getting into the swing of things at the Oktoberfest Golf Tournament Saturday, Sept. 14. The 18-hole, shotgun-start tournament is a four-person scramble with lunch and prizes immediately following. Info at oktoberfest.org/attractions/golf-tournament/.Check in is 7 – 7:30 a,m, Shotgun start is at 8 a.m. Lunch and prizes will be at 1 p.m.

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ARTS & CRAFTS • The VENUES Mount Angel Oktoberfest welcomes more than 80 crafters and artisans each year. They display their wares in booths located downtown on the north end of the festival. Festival-goers will see everything from wooden toys to fine art. Handcrafted offerings include pottery, jewelry, painted and knitted clothing, greeting cards, hand puppets, dried flower arrangements, quilts,

calligraphy, stained glass, and more. Specialty crafts include Dutch lace, hand-painted Ukrainian eggs, Bavarian dried flower hair bands and glassblowen figurines. The Benedictine Sisters offer a selection of breads. Flower baskets and twinkling white lights add a charm to the booths. which are open all four days of the festival.

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Our HERITAGE

Glockenspiel Shares Story of Our Town It’s not every where you can look up and take a tour through time. Four times a day what may be the nation’s tallest musical animated Glockenspiel, located in the heart of the village, springs into action. At 11 a.m., 1, 4, and 7 p.m. the bells toll, the music begins, and the seven beautifully carved figures begin their journey, sharing the history of the area. For Oktoberfest it will run on the hour!

The Kalapuya Brave was one of many natives who climbed the butte (Abbey Hill) to pray, at what they called “Tapalamaho” or “dwelling place of the Great Spirit”. Robert and Katrina Zollner, two of the earliest settlers, arrived here in 1867 with eight other German families. They are ancestors of the festival’s Z-Musikmakers, famous for their performances during the festival. Mathias Butsch arrived in 1878. Dubbed “the father of Mount

Angel,” he was instrumental in building the first church, railroad station, and general store and invited the Benedictine Monks to establish a monastery here.

Prior Adelhelm Odermatt arrived in 1881. He came from Engleberg , Switzerland, and suggested the town be called “Mount Angel”, the English meaning of Engleberg.

Sister Bernardine Wachter came in 1882 from the Swiss Convent of Maria Rickenback. She was the first Prioress of the Benedictine Convent. The Queen of Angels Monestary is three blocks from downtown, see the Heritage Trail map on page 38. Papa Oom-Pah, with his rosy cheeks and big tuba, became the logo for Mount Angel‘s Oktoberfest, first formed in 1966. The children are the finale, as they swing forward to sing Edelweiss.  They truly are our future!

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Webertanz The Webertanz or traditional maypole dance, has been an important part of Mount Angel Oktoberfest for more than 30 years. School children open the festival at the Village Bandstand each day. They are followed by the traditional mother-daughter dances and the boys in their light-hearted, athletic dances. The dancing adds to Oktoberfest by including the youngest to the oldest members of our community. The dancers are an integral part of making Mount Angel Oktoberfest a folk festival. They are a symbol of the town coming together to make Oktoberfest great.

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The girls wear das dirndl (dirn’d’l), and the boys die lederhosen (lay’-dar-hoe-zen), which originated in the European Alps. Das Dirndl or peasant dress is a three-piece outfit: a jumper-like dress with the bodice, a white lace-trimmed blouse and a lacy apron. The embroidery on the men’s pants or lederhosen usually reflects hunting themes. The men’s outfit may have suspenders called hosentraeger.

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Oktoberfest Encourages Moderation The highly quaffable beers of Bavaria are brewed according to a law that has been in effect for almost 500 years. The Bavarian Purity Law of 1516, enacted by Duke Wilhelm IV, is still in force today, making it the oldest consumer protection law in the world. All the beers from Germany sold at the Mount Angel Oktoberfest are still brewed in accordance with Das Bayrische Reinheitgebot (Bavarian Purity Law). No wonder these beers are of superior quality! Mount Angel Oktoberfest and its distributors encourage everyone to drink responsibly. The fine beverages and wines at our festival are best consumed in moderation and savored for their unique flavors. We applaud festival goers who drink responsibly and use a designated driver. Patrons not consuming alcohol have the opportunity to sign up as an official Designated Driver from 5 p.m. until closing each day of the festival. Designated Drivers pledge not to drink alcoholic beverages while at the festival and to provide safe transportation for their friends in the group. All Designated Drivers receive a wristband and soft drinks. All participants must be 21 or older with a valid driver’s license. GET A SAFE RIDE HOME – If you do drink and find that you have passed the point where you can safely drive home, take advantage of onsite taxis and have a safe ride home. Know your limit and DON’T DRINK and DRIVE.

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Sponsors Make Oktoberfest Special The Mount Angel Oktoberfest is an incredible community effort. Over 7,500 volunteers make it happen under the direction of a 19 member volunteer board of directors. A major part of the festival’s success comes from the support of the business community; without their financial contributions and in-kind offerings, it could not continue. This year Mount Angel Oktoberfest welcomed 4 new sponsors: Louisiana Grills is sponsoring the Bandstand. During Oktoberfest they will unveil their latest collection of wood-pellet grills, the Founders Series. It represents the work of Mount Angel’s Joe Traeger, founder of the original pellet grill, and Dan Thiessen, an accomplished innovator in the pellet grill industry. The Founders Series comes equipped with Smart Touch™ control pad with WIFI and Bluetooth connectivity. You can enjoy a backyard party and control your grill’s temperature with precision and ease, right from your mobile device! Chacalaca Design helped upgrade our web page. Bill’s work improved the mobile friendliness of the page and he troubleshoots concerns. Visit Mount Angel Oktoberfest at www.oktoberfest.org to see his handiwork. K & E Excavating is supporting our families in the Kindergarten area by providing funding for the Performance Pavilion. They have been meeting excavating and construction needs since 1998. Family owned and operated, they take pride in their work and are determined to provide the best service possible. K & E Excavating understands that success is dependent on employees and they firmly maintain that they have the best.

being “part of the neighborhood” they have served generations of Northwest families with honest values. Bi-Mart has a long history of giving back to their communities and Oktoberfest is pleased to be a recipient of their assistance. Mt. Angel Vitamins is a local premium vitamin and supplement line that is sold on Amazon.com and at retailers all over the US. It is headquartered right here in Mt. Angel, Oregon. They sponsor the Hopfengarten, which is located right out their front door. Relax with your friends and family courtesy of their generosity. Papé Machinery helps Oktoberfest work and play! Papé provides the John Deere tractors to move the people movers and a fleet of John Deere gators to control and support festival operations. They keep everyone in motion. Papé supplied the Pedal Tractors for the Pedal Tractor Race on Kick-Off Saturday, always good for a laugh! Les Schwab Tire Stores in the mid-valley come together to help sponsor our People Movers. Their generous donation allows Mount Angel to operate the shuttles. The constant movement of these trolleys takes attendees to parking, the church, Abbey and downtown. They also provide sponsorship of Saluting Our Armed Forces Day, reducing cost of admission for Vets and Service men and women. US Bank and its Mount Angel Branch is one of Oktoberfest’s oldest sponsors. US Bank has provided sponsorship to Oktoberfest since its very first festival in 1966. The bank sponsors the Mount Angel Dance Troupe; the young people of Mount Angel who perform each day at the Bandstand, including the Webertanz and the Engelberg Dancers. Thank you, US Bank. Continued on page 46

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Danke Schön! • THANK YOU!

Sponsors Have Our Gratitude Continued from page 44 The Pepsi Beverages Company provides major funding in support of the festival’s downtown and non-profit booths operations. Pepsi Cola is the soft drink of choice at the Mount Angel Oktoberfest. Their beverages offer a great selection of refreshing thirst quenchers. Complete Wireless Solutions of Salem provides a wireless communications solution for the festival. The state-of-the-art digital integrated system is used for crowd and traffic control, coordination of entertainment, the movement of supplies among the food booths and the arts and craft show, and for overall festival security. Herc Rental of Salem provides the festival with forklifts, scissor lifts and other essential equipment used for setup and tear down, security lighting for our parking lots and emergency power generation equipment. Herc Rental is a big part of the reason the festival goes up in a day, and comes down in a day.

1859 Oregon’s Magazine is our advertising sponsor, helping us reach the entire state of Oregon. Thanks for allowing us space in your outstanding publication. In an intelligent and beautiful format, 1859 explores the landscapes, personalities, movers and shakers, history and architecture that is the jewel of the Pacific Northwest. For Oregonians, 1859 is one representation of the state’s rich history, it’s incredible destinations and colorful personalities. Ticor Title, the official title company of Mt. Angel Oktoberfest, sponsors the Biergarten this year. Their financial support helps the venue succeed. Considering a property purchase? Let Ticor Title assist.From open to close, their Silverton Title and Escrow team is dedicated to creating a superior client experience by providing clear communication, personalized service, and consistency with every transaction. Let this team of specialists make your closing a success! Lufthansa has been flying a festival band to Oktoberfest for the last 29 years. Lufthansa is the official airline of Oktoberfest. Their assistance makes the appearance of “Donaumusikanten”, a talented group of six German musicians possible. They play each evening in the Weingarten. On your next trip to Europe take advantage of Lufthansa’s quality service and dependability. They know their way around Europe and the world. GUTER FLUG! Roth’s Fresh Markets helps the Weingarten to bring you the magnificent sounds of the Alps, and the comfort of Gemütlichkeit. Enjoy a superb selection of premium quality wines, beers and scrumptious food from St. Mary Parish booth. Visit Roth’s year round for great Oktoberfest beers, wines, and sausages.

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NW Natural supports the musical offerings in beautiful St. Mary Parish Church. Free concerts are scheduled each day of the festival. NW Natural also supports Oktoberfest during the most difficult parts of the festival – set up and take down by pitching in to feed the 150 volunteers hard at work. Perhaps you have rested under the NW Natural tents located throughout the festival. These spaces are appreciated rain or shine. Wilco supplier of quality products in their stores, agribusiness departments and fuels, are supporters of youngsters involvement in agriculture, and sponsor the Farm Fun Activities at the Kindergarten. Kids love the hay maze, pony rides and animals for petting. The farm kids who assist with the area appreciate funds they raise and use for their agricultural projects. Thanks, Wilco!

McDonald Wholesale has a reputation for foodservice distribution excellence in the Northwest marketplace. The principals of honesty, integrity and reliability on which the company was built, are still reinforced today. McDonald Wholesale supports Mount Angel Oktoberfest and the non-profit food booths in the downtown area by setting up a commissary right downtown to help food booths manage their supplies.

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Columbia Bank and its Mount Angel Branch sponsor the Prostgarten this year. To find this quiet little hidden gem search behind the food booths on Garfield Street and the Columbia Bank Branch on Charles Street. Columbia Bank assists the festival, making sure Oktoberfest has support for its financial operations.

Portland General Electric supports the Kindergarten area, helping kids enjoy the simple joys of being together as friends, having faces painted, and enjoying the balloons tied to fun shapes. PGE also provides the Mad Science program in the Kindergarten Performance Pavilion, helping kids learn a bit more about electricity while having fun. The Oregon Garden Resort is the sponsor of the family Alpinegarten. Visitors to Oktoberfest love the interactive music in the Alpinegarten, just as they enjoy a stay at the resort and a visit to The Oregon Garden. The Oregon Garden Resort is where many band members stay during the festival. Mt. Angel Sausage Company provides funding for the festival’s designated driver program and is Mount Angel’s own European style sausage maker. They are open year-round to provide Oktoberfest-like atmosphere and great sausage and beverages. Relax in the summer and enjoy a beer and sausage on their patio. Donald RV & Storage presents the music at the Cruz-n Car Show, plus helps with car show trophy expenses. Thank you, Donald RV & Storage, for your support of the Car Show in this special way, and your years of support for Oktoberfest. Touch of Bavaria sponsors the Oktoberfest Olympics. They are located in Mount Angel in the old Blacksmith Shop. Touch of Bavaria makes sure our distinguished guests and TV personalities are outfitted in the best Bavarian style, and have a great selection of tracht including authentic lederhosen and dirndls from Germany. Oktoberfest says a great big DANKE SCHÖN to our sponsors for helping Oktoberfest become the Northwest’s best-loved folk festival.

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Oktoberfest 2019 The Joy of Being Together  

Official program for the 2019 Mount Angel Oktoberfest.

Oktoberfest 2019 The Joy of Being Together  

Official program for the 2019 Mount Angel Oktoberfest.