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Kirkland Oktoberfest seeks volunteers
The Kirkland Events Foundation seeks volunteers to join in the fun for Kirkland Oktoberfest - Oktoberfest with a Northwest twist.
Many opportunities exist for volunteers to have fun and join this event that helps fund the Det Lef Schrempf Foundation, the Kirkland Chamber of Commerce and local community events.
Most shifts are just four hours long, so volunteers will have plenty of time to enjoy the festival. Shifts available include street team, production, kids activities and events, entrance gate, beer pouring, beer trainer, food booth, merchandise and floater. Volunteers must be 21 or older to work some of the shifts.
Volunteers will also receive a Kirkland Oktoberfest volunteer T-shirt and (for those 21 and older) a general admission ticket to the Biergarten.
Volunteers are asked to sign up on the Kirkland Oktoberfest website, by going to the oktoberfestkirkland.com under the “get involved” tab and clicking on “volunteer.”
Kirkland Oktoberfest will feature a München-style biergarten and festhalle with German beers, food, and music, along with long tables and loads of fun Oktoberfest activities.
It’s Oktoberfest with a Northwest twist — Kirkland Oktoberfest will also feature a unique selection of Northwest craft beers on the waterfront stage.
Set in Kirkland’s Marina Park and the downtown waterfront, Kirkland Oktoberfest takes place Friday, Sept. 27 through Sunday, Sept. 29. Festival attendees can also enjoy the Oktoberfest Village featuring unique vendors and family activities on Saturday and Sunday of the festival.
Though the Oktoberfest Village is free and open to all ages, admission to the Oktoberfest Biergarten requires a ticket and age of 21 years or older.
Tickets for Kirkland Oktoberfest are available through the festival website at oktoberfestkirkland.com and Brown Paper Tickets.
For more information and to see the latest festival news, visit oktoberfestkirkland.com.