German Day in Centennial Colorado 2012
October is definitely the right moth to celebrate German culture. You probably already know why. Oktoberfest! This event has been the highlight in the German calendar ever since it was first held in 1810. Beer lovers all over the world also look forward to this event. An estimated 6 million people will attend Oktoberfest in Germany and millions more will join Oktoberfest in spirit in their hometowns.
In Centennial Colorado, Oktoberfest is not forgotten. The German Day in Colorado 2012 will be held on October 6, 2012 at the Southgate Shopping Center. Join in the fun, laughter, and camaraderie in this event. Take it up a notch and dress in a traditional German costume. Be sure to get your pictures taken to capture this celebration on paper. You’ll look back with fond memories.
The German Day in Colorado 2012 is for everyone. Whether you want to see what Oktoberfest is like or simply want to join others in celebrating the German culture in Centennial, Colorado, you can take part in this event. Be sure to drop by if you’re living or visiting Centennial during that date. Expect dancing, food, live music, and of course, beer in this annual celebration.
Previous participants will tell you that it’s worth a visit. You’ll experience all things German. The food and atmosphere alone makes it worth driving to even if you live in a relatively far location. If you want to bring your kids, it’s also not a problem. The German Day here has specifically been tone down to welcome families who want to know more about their ancestry or simply want to be exposed to this remarkable culture.
The entry fee is $5.00 and it already includes your first beverage. Children under the age of 12 can enter for free. So mark this date: October 6. It’s a day you’ll remember.