Maifest 2013 Is May 18 In Cleveland

Monday, May 6, 2013

Maifest 2013, a family friendly German-American festival bringing together people and cultures of East Tennessee and Bavaria/Austria with music, food, drink, fun, will be held on Saturday, May 18, from 11 a.m.-4 p.m. at First Street Square, in downtown Cleveland.

Maifest is the annual end-of-year event of Montessori Kinder International School and it has has grown from 50 guests in 2006 to 700 visitors in 2012

Food will include Bratwurst, Sauerkraut, Brezen, Semmeln, Lebkuchenherzen, Apfelstrudel, Kuchen, Frozen Yogurt, Kaffee, and drinks offered will be Krombacher Bier, water, soft drinks.

There will be kids activities, vendors and live music by the WurstBrats, Lisa McGarvey.

Funds are being raised to build a DreamCourt (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=idz40jCX5YQ), to be built in a distressed neighborhood - in connection with the Boys & Girls Club, the Nancy Lieberman Foundation and the WV Foundation. To contribute, go to http://impact.wvfoundation.org/fundraise?fcid=241013.  



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