Saturday, September 9, 2017 / by Shenae Andrus
September and October are always such fun months. The heat of summer is waning and the cool fall breeze is gently taking its place. There is a sort of smile in the air as everyone enjoys a perfect mix of sunshine and cooler temperatures, while communities start taking advantage of everyone's communal desire to have old-fashioned fall-time fun. Cue the fall festivals, magical moments, hay rides and laughter.... fall is here!
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For those of you that are tingling with the excitement of what's to come, you will be pleased to know that "Oktoberfests" begin as early as the end of THIS month. That means it's time to start making your plans. It's a prelude to even more fall-time fun, with simultaneously planned festivals coordinating with the German traveling funfair in Munich. You'll be pleased to know we did some researching for you. So here's what's happening in Rehoboth and the surrounding cities! German cuisine and fall-time fanfare, here we come!
1) Dover Okt Doverfest - Begins September 23, 2017. Live music, food, spirits and more. Click here for more info.
2) Fifer's Orchard Fall Fun - Begins September 23, 2017. Fall fest in Camden-Wyoming includes: Corn Maze Park, Tractor Train rides, Face paining, apple picking, Kids Bounces and more! For a full list of activities, click here.
2) Lewes Oktoberfest - Begins September 30, 2017. All things German culture - dancers, food, music and more! Hosted by the Lewes Chamber of Commerce. If you would like more information, click here.
And September events are just an appetizer of what's coming in October. We will keep you posted on more Fall Festivals and family friendly events happening next month! Until then, enjoy the Oktoberfests and "haben Sie einen guten Tag!" (That's German for "Have a good day!")