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Transylvania Haus will be partnering with Oktoberfest Haus @LOT 42 for the 2018 festival! As previous “Best in Festin” award winners and the 2017 winner of Best Customer Service and Most Authentic German Food, Transylvania Haus will be bringing their same old friendly German hospitality to Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest’s newest festhalle!
FOR TICKETS: Visit the K-W Oktoberfest Store and find “Transylvania Haus” OR click the link below!
Congratulations to Amanda Mooser who was crowned Miss Transylvania 2018 at Trachtenball on Saturday, March 5th.
Amanda is currently in her second year of the Bachelor of Science in Nursing through Conestoga College and McMaster University, has been a member of the dance group since 2014. She is thrilled to be representing the Transylvania Club as their Miss Transylvania 2018!
Congratulations to our very own Transylvania Haus for winning Most Authentic German Food AND Best Customer Service Award! Thank you so much to everyone who came out to the Transylvania Haus this year and to all of you who voted for us – without you, we wouldn’t have a festhalle! See you next year! Prost.
Margit Fritsch (Chef, Transylvania Haus) John Dienesch (Oktoberfest Chair, Transylvania Haus), Lori Crouse (Oktoberfest Vice-Chair, Transylvania Haus) and Volunteer Coordinator), Margo Jones (President 2016-2017, Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest ), Reinhardt Schmidt (President, Transylvania Club)
Ron Schatz, Rob Kauntz, Margo Jones (President 2016-2017, Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest), Tyler Rich and Mike Schatz
Congratulations to the Seven Castles (Ron Schatz, Tyler Rich, Mike Schatz, and Rob Kauntz) who also received the Fester’s Choice – Best Band Audience Participation Award! They can be heard nightly at Hubertushaus.
Our fellow Transylvanian’s in Aylmer are hosting a Christmas Market!
The Saxonia Hall’s first Traditional German Christmas Market.
Christkindl Market is part of a tradition in Germany that dates back to the middle ages when farmers, tradesmen and artisans would meet around their churches with song, food and small gifts. The first open winter market was held in 1310 in Munich, Germany.
Visit www.saxoniahall.com/christkindl.html for more information