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Orion Township welcomes Fall with Oktoberfest



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Oxford residents Cassie Archer, Jessica Nail and Clarkston resident Kristina Smith pose in their traditional Drindls. Photos by L. Farrell (click for larger version)
October 10, 2012 - Oktoberfest begins with the letters "ok" but the event was much more of a hit than that.

Held on Oct 5 and 7, the three day event drew thousands to the 21-acre grounds of Canterbury Village at 2369 Joslyn Court. "Attendance was double that of last year's event," said Frances Smither-Fischer, Director of Club Affairs for Indianwood Golf and Country Club.

Visitors were treated to carnival rides for the kids, German foods, music and traditional dress for the connoisseurs , and over 60 beers from a plethora of microbreweries and beer companies around the country to sample.

When mouths weren't drinking, eating, or singing, they certainly were smiling.

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This was the first year for the Kroger and CBS radio-sponsored Sunday beer event-- but definitely not the last. Cheers and Prost!

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