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Oaktoberfest in the Dimond
Oakland’s Family-Friendly Craft Beer Festival 

Sat., Oct. 6 2012
Come early for featured beers. Stay for food, dance comps, the Nama after party

FREE for all ages. 20+ local craft breweries in the Bill Brand Biergarten and the HopTech Homebrewers’ Alley; Entertainment on the Farmer Joe's Marketplace Family Stage, Seriously Local Music in the Red Oak MusikHaus, About the Music presents Dancing in the Dimond, and the Main Stage is packed with traditional German and modern Oakland entertainment - AND, plenty of food and vendor booths.

Visit the East Bay Express Lounge, pick up the event t-shirt designed by 57-33, watch the Junior Chefs Society cooking demos, play at Oakland Parks & Rec interactive games, fingers need a costume for Halloween?? go to the SF Etsy zone, complete the vendor passport to win a Nexus 7 tablet...see you on the street!

Purchase your drink tickets online today! - visit www.Oaktoberfest.org


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