Octoberfest Arrives in North Tonawanda

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By: Brendan McDonough

Reporter for North Tonawanda

Beatles music could be heard all across North Tonawanda on Sunday, September 30th, during the first ever Octoberfest celebration at the Old Chapel Antique and Artisan Market on Robinson Street.

It is the store’s largest fall event. Inside people can find everything from German chocolate cake to live music.

Organizers say there is a little bit of something for everyone at the event.

“We have David Lee performing, German food specials, German chocolate cake, frankfurters, German potato salad and we do a store wide sale for our fall event, which is 20% off your entire purchase,” said Jacob Wankasky, Owner.

Owners says this is the first year they have had the event and plan to make it an annual tradition.

According to Wankasky, there’s no better way to welcome fall than helping to get people in the fall mood and celebrate all things German.

“We set the pumpkin patch out front to help set the mood and the shoppers are loving the entertainment and the discounts; so they go hand in hand,” said Wankasky.

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