On Thursday, September 27, from 6:00 to 8:00 pm, the Bruce Museum in Greenwich will host its first-ever Oktoberfest celebration. Featuring German beer from Paulaner USA, Oktoberfest at the Bruce Museum will also include a light menu of classic German fare from Harlan Haus and a German band performing traditional Oktoberfest music.
Tickets to Oktoberfest at the Bruce Museum are $30 for members and $40 for non-members and may be reserved in advance at brucemuseum.org; click “Reservations.”
“We’re excited to host our first Oktoberfest and to welcome a fun new crowd to the Bruce Museum,” says Brooke Amico, Special Events Manager. “Paulaner is the real deal – they have been crafting beer in Bavaria since the 1600s and are one of the largest brewers at the Oktoberfest in Munich. It is so wonderful to have the Harlan Restaurant Group as our culinary partner and live music to add real ‘Oompah’ to our celebration! We can’t wait to have everyone here to kick off the Fall season.”
“If you love Oktoberfest, join us,” says Stephen Lewandowski, Managing Partner of the Harlan Restaurant Group, which operates Harlan Social in Stamford, Harlan Publick in Norwalk, and the new Harlan Haus, a beer and würst hall in the historic People’s Bank Building in Bridgeport.
Weather permitting, the Oktoberfest celebration will take place outdoors on the grounds of the Bruce, as well as inside, where party-goers can enjoy an after-hours tour of the Museum galleries. On view are several exhibitions highlighting the Museum’s signature focus on art and science.
For more information, please visit brucemuseum.org or contact Brooke Amico at email@example.com or 203-413-6761.
$30 for Bruce Museum members, $40 non-members
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