WURSTFEST | New Braunfels | November 7-16

Wurstfest 2014

WURSTFEST, a unique celebration rich in German culture, takes place November 7-16 in New Braunfels, Texas. During the 10-day festival, you will find a variety of entertainment, food and fun on the Wurstfest Grounds in Landa Park and many special events throughout New Braunfels and Comal County. #Wurstfest #Austin #ATX

Wurstfest Grounds | Landa Park
120 Landa Street
New Braunfels, TX 78130

Austin Celtic Festival | Oct 18-19

Austin Celtic Festival 2014

The 18th Annual Austin Celtic Festival takes place Oct 18-19, 2014, from 12 Noon to 7:30 pm at Fiesta Gardens. The festival offers the highest quality regional and international Celtic artists performing traditional Celtic music, Irish and Scottish dancers, Scottish Highland games, history groups, Celtic animals, craft vendors, and more. Admission. #Austin #ATX #AustinCeltFest

Fiesta Gardens
2102 Jesse E. Segovia
Austin, TX 78702
 

Austin Polish Film Festival and Poster Exhibit | Oct 16-19

Austin Polish Film Festival 2014

Austin Polish Society presents the 9th Annual Polish Film Festival and Poster Exhibit at Marchesa Hall & Theatre, Oct 16-19. This is a unique opportunity to see Polish feature films, documentaries, shorts and animated films. Austin Polish Film Festival (APFF) receives films from the Polish Filmmakers Association, which promotes and supports filmmakers. Every year APFF coincides with the poster exhibition. #Austin #ATX #PolishFilmFest

Marchesa Hall & Theatre
6226 Middle Fiskville Road
Austin, TX 78752
 

Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg | October 3-5

Oktoberfest in Fredericksburg 2014
Fredericksburg, Texas celebrates its German heritage at Oktoberfest, Oct. 3-5. The weekend includes four stages of continuous German music, a domino tournament, delicious food, a German beer tent, artisans, a children’s fun area and lots of family fun! #Oktoberfest #FredericksburgTX

Marketplatz
100 West Main Street
Fredericksburg, TX 78624
 

Texas Wendish Festival | Giddings, Texas | Sept 28

Image Credit: Texas Wendish Heritage Society

Image Credit: Texas Wendish Heritage Society

Join the Texas Wendish Heritage Society for its 26th Annual Texas Wendish Festival, Sunday, Sept 28.  Activities include live Czech music, children’s activities, competitions, sausage and sauerkraut making demonstrations, Wendish Easter egg decorating demonstrations, quilting, vintage machinery, food and more. The Texas Wendish Heritage Society preserves the history of the Texas Wends (or Sorbs), Slavic immigrants from Lusatia, an area in eastern Germany.  #GiddingsTX

Texas Wendish Heritage Museum | St. Paul Lutheran Church
1011 County Road 212
Giddings, TX 78942
 

AustOberfest (Austin + Oktoberfest) | Sept 27

AustOberFest 2014

Austin Saengerrunde celebrates Central Texas’ German heritage at the second annual AustOberfest (Austin + Oktoberfest), an All-You-Can-Eat Sausage and Beer Tasting Festival, Saturday, Sept 27. Ticket price includes unlimited German-style sausage and sides from some of the area’s best meat purveyors (1-5 pm) and live music/beer tasting from 1-11 pm. Live music by Jared & The Mill, The Derailers, and Czech Melody Masters. Proceeds benefit Foodways Texas. #AustOberfest #Austin #ATX

Saengerrunde Hall
1607 San Jacinto Blvd.
Austin, TX 78701

St. Elias Mediterranean Festival | Sept 26-27

Mediterranean Fest 2014

Celebrate Mediterranean culture at the St. Elias Mediterranean Festival, Sept 26-27, with live music; homemade foods from Lebanon, Palestine, Greece, Eritrea and Romania; a diverse Orthodox Bazaar; dance demonstrations; and children’s games. The festival has been named one of Central Texas’ Top 10 Food Festivals by The Austin Chronicle. Tickets are available online, at the gate, and at all Twin Liquors locations for a $5 donation. Free Admission Saturday from 12-4 pm | Austin #ATX #MedFest14

St. Elias Orthodox Church
408 East 11th Street
Austin, Texas 78701