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Oktoberfest for Docklands

31 Aug 2010

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Docklanders are invited to fill their steins and enjoy a night of German Oktoberfest beer and food on October 16.

The Rotary Club of Docklands is hosting the Oktoberfest night from 7pm at James Squires Brewhouse at Waterfront City – complete with Oompah band and entertainers.

Rotary Club secretary Alison Gouws said the club was looking for a fun way of involving the local community and raise some funds for charity at the same time.

“We just thought the Oktoberfest night would be something a little bit different and a lot of fun,” Ms Gouws said.

Tickets are $65 each and covers two courses of traditional German beerfest cuisine, beer, wine and a keepsake stein glass.

Tickets can purchased at the James Squires bar or by ringing Ms Gouws on 0409 947 780 or by ringing club president Ann Ellis on 0437 580 515.

James Squires Brewhouse is the most westerly business on the waterfront at Waterfront City.  Its address is 439 Docklands Drive, Docklands.

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