Polka, Pups, and Pumpkin Guts in the Fremont Oktoberfest Village

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The family-friendly Fremont Oktoberfest Village is fall fun for all ages

Fremont Oktoberfest

Pumpkin guts will spit and splatter as costumed contestants take their turns fiercely sawing works of art with nothing but a chainsaw.

Fremont Oktoberfest is fun for the entire creative family. In the free Village area, located just outside the entrance to the Fremont Oktoberfest Tasting Garden, guests can also learn to polka with the Fremont Abbey Arts Center, watch pumpkin guts fly in the infamous Texas Chainsaw Pumpkin Carving Contest, or grab a pint to toast Fall in the Fremont Oktoberfest Village Beer Garden.

In the Kids’ Area, young ones and their parents can feed their need for speed by racing decorated veggies in the Zucchini 500 or creatively carve pumpkins. For even more playful pumpkin fun, catch the infamous Texas Chainsaw Pumpkin Carving contest. Pumpkin guts will spit and splatter as costumed contestants take their turns fiercely sawing works of art with nothing but a chainsaw.

Join Abbey Arts for polka dancing lessons all day, plus a creative community art project upcycling throwaways into an artful treasure.

Event the family dog can celebrate Fall as Sunday becomes Dogtoberfest in the Fremont Oktoberfest Village! Find four-legged pals accompanying their owners in the Fremont Oktoberfest 5K, strutting their stuff in the CityDog Magazine Cover Model Contest or lapping it up at the doggie water tasting in the MOViN 92.5 Lounge. Sunday attendees can also participate in the Street Scramble, a scavenger hunt through Fremont.

Fremont Oktoberfest takes place September 21-23, 2012 and is a benefit for the Fremont Chamber of Commerce. For information, visit FremontOktoberfest.com or follow us on Facebook for festival details, brews and entertainment schedule.

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