October 1, 2016
Filed Under North Tahoe Events
Head to North Lake Tahoe this October for Downtown Tahoe City’s Annual Oktoberfest. In addition to boasting award winning dining, independent shops, a new cinema and affordable lodging, the Tahoe City Downtown Association presents Oktoberfest from noon to 6 p.m. on Oct. 1, 2016.
October is a great time to visit Tahoe City. Visitors especially enjoy hiking, fishing and exploring as well as seeing the annual “Scarecrows on Parade.” In addition, Tahoe City Oktoberfest will take place under a canopy of trees adjacent to the Gatekeeper’s Museum at Layton Park in Tahoe City from noon to 6 p.m. on Oct. 3. There will be live music and a traditional Bavarian themed costume contest, pumpkin painting, hula hooping, face painting and shopping at on-site vendors.
Tahoe City Oktoberfest offers an opportunity to enjoy the splendor of Tahoe without summertime crowds at Layton Park, lakefront grounds that are part of California State Parks and operated by the North Lake Tahoe Historical Society.
Complimentary event steins are available with the purchase of beer and wine. Brews from Lagunitas and wines from Barefoot Wine will be available. In addition, food vendors include Big Blue Q, Moe’s Original Bar B Que, Truckee Sourdough, Cheri’s Ice Cream and Souper Wagon.
The Tahoe City Oktoberfest celebration is designed to bring people together for a fun filled autumn afternoon. Event proceeds benefit the Tahoe City Downtown Association, a non-profit organization dedicated to enhancing the community through innovation, leadership, advocacy, and events. TCDA serves as the local voice to maintain a vibrant and prosperous place to live, work, play and visit. For details see VisitTahoeCity.com or call (530) 583-3348.