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The 43rd Oktoberfest takes place Saturday, September 27 and Sunday, September 28. Presented by Miller Lite, this community event includes artisans, unique international foods, one of the best selections of domestic, international and craft beers in the area, family-friendly art activities, live music, a Weingarten with a variety of international wines, and much more! Oktoberfest includes a fully covered main stage viewing area, an expanded craft beer tent with big-screen TVs for all the weekend football action, and live music on two stages throughout the weekend.
All proceeds from the event are to help benefit The Dayton Art Institute. This is one Dayton tradition you won't want to miss!
The ACCO Brands FamilyFest offers art activities for families on Saturday and Sunday, noon – 6 p.m. each day. To coincide with the popular special exhibition Dayton Celebrates Glass, The DAI will present a glass-themed FamilyFest at this year’s Oktoberfest. Art-making projects for all ages will take families on a fanciful journey through the museum. Guests may pick up a FamilyFest Fun Map at the ACCO Family Station, located by the main entrance to the museum. Those who visit all the activity areas will receive a special prize at the end – a Lulee’s Lollies cake pop!
Speaking of Dayton Celebrates Glass, Oktoberfest weekend will be the last chance to see the special exhibition, which showcases the Dayton Region’s love of studio glass, ranging from the early pioneers of the studio movement through today’s artistic innovators. During Oktoberfest weekend, admission to Dayton Celebrates Glass will be $9 adults, $6 youth (ages 7-17), and free for museum members and children (6 & under). Those visiting the exhibition must also pay Oktoberfest admission.
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