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New Braunfels Herald-Zeitung (Newspaper) - October 30, 1997, New Braunfels, Texas Wurstfest celebrates tradition pf food With close to 100 different foods available Wurstfest offers delectable German cuisine for the pickiest of connoisseurs Whether its sausage on a stick or potato pancakes food booths at this years Wurstfest wiH feature lots of different types of foods sure to please everyone in the family People come to Wurstfest to enjoy German food and plenty of said Wurstfest president Larry Brumbelow And the great thing about Wurstfest food is that it is prepared and sold primarily by local non profit From the Rotary and Lions clubs to the Wurstfest Schedule senior citizens center there are more than 30 organizations selling food Some of the foods featured this year every type of sausage imaginable Wurst taco stew gumbo drkey stuffed jalapenos steak fingers sundaes shrimponastick shishka bobs potato pancakes eggs potato skins soup pretzels fajitas pizza popcorn pralines pastries nachos bread pudding waffles baked potatoes frozen yogurt jambalaya cornonthecob Cajun chips cheesecake catfish and Rueben sandwiches Wurstfest runs from Friday through Nov 7 For information call 6259167 HeraldZeitung g Thursday October What youll need to know Enjoying a helping of German Wurstfest General Chairman Dennis attics Whats happening 37th annual Wurstfest Pretzels polka music sausage strudel and Myron Floren famed accordionist from the Lawrence Welk Show will return for his 30th consecutive annual appearance Grammy Award winner Jimmy Sturr and his Orchestra and a 15member band from Bavaria Germany Original Fichtelgebirgsfnusikante be among 60 entertainers and groups Who puts It on More than 200 Opas make up the Wurstfest Association a nonprofit corporation organized to promote local commerce especially through tourism and to preserve our communitys German heritage Members and their families dress in traditional lederhosen and dirndls and serve as colorful hosts for this event 9 WHEN FridayNov The Wurstfest grounds are located just inside Landa Park along the banks of the Comal River Admission for single admission Children 12 and under enter free Advance and group discounts available Information Call Executive Director Suzanne Herbelin 1800 2214369 Wurstfest Online OPENING CEREMONIES Friday 5PM Celebrate the opening of the 37th annual Wurstfest along the beautiful banks of the Comal River with the Wurst and enjoy free musical entertainment featuring Myron Floren and the Blaskapelle Original Fichtelgebirgsmusikanten band from Mehlmeisel FRIDAY Wursthalle Seven Dutchmen Myron Floren Das Grosse Zelt The Big Tent Die Mitternaechters Alpenfest Blaskapelle Original Fichtelgebirgsmusikanten Die Mitternaechters Alpenfest Die Mitternaechters Das Kleine Zelt The Little Tent Pretzel Benders Kerry Christensen Master Yodeler Village Band Kerry Christensen Master Yodeler Ed Kadlecek The Fun Bunch Rennie Guenthers Villaae Band Events 9 am 11 am Deutsche German Historical Tour of Landa Park Tour begins at 2 Gazebo behind Parks Office and lasts approximately one and onehalf hours per advance registration recommended Call 9 5 Where in the World is Germany Childrens Museum 10 4 Tour of First Protestant Church and Grounds 10 4 Museum of Texas Handmade 10 Tour of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 10 4 Kaffee Haus Civic Center 10 5 Tour of Conservation Plaza 10 5 The Hummel 10 5 Sophienburg Museum 10 Heritage Spreading the News Civic Center 10 6 Wurstfest Art Braunfels Art League 2 4 Wagenfuehr Buckhorn Barber Shop Museum Home 5 Kunsthalle Arts Crafts Landa Mill Building adjacent to Wurstfest Gate on Landa Street Old Time Gone With The Wursf Circle Arts Theatre SATURDAY Gate 1 Noon Alpen Brass Ensemble Oma the OOmpahs Wursthalie Swingin Dutchmen Myron Floren Littl Fishermen Myron Floren Cloverleaf Orchestra Das Grosse Zelt The Big Tent Teltschik Family Band Noon De Texas Klompendansers Shiner Hobo Band El Campo High School German Folk Dancers Comal Community Band El Campo High School German Folk Dancers Alpenfest Canyon High School Band Band Mountain Cloggers Blaskapelle Original Fichtelgebirgsmusikanten Walburg Boys Alpenfest Fireonthe Mountain Cloggers Blaskapelle Original Fichtelgebirgsmusikanten Alpenfest Das Kleine Zelt The Little Tent Boerne Village Band Hermann Sons Polkateers Die Mitternaechters Pflugerville Deutsche Volk Sangers Walburg Boys 330 Die Mitternaechters El Campo Junior High School Folk Dancers Walburg Boys Lorelei und Schatzi Kerry Christensen Master Yodeler Die Mitternaechters Kerry Christensen Master Yodeler Happy Wanderers b Christensen Master Yodeler Lorelei und Schatzi Happy Wanderers Events 8 Wurstfest 10K Walk Schlitterbahn on Liberty Street 9 Wurst 5 Mile Run starts at amLanda Park 9 5 The Wurst Craft Show Sale in TexasiNBU Lot 9 5 Where in the World is Germany Childrens Museum 10 4 Tour of First Protestant Church and Grounds 10 4 of Ferdinand Lindheimer Home 10 4 Tour of St Martins Lutheran Church 10 4 Museum of For fill Your Body Shop Needs BECKER MOTOR CO 547 S Seguin New Braunfels 6063463 Texas Handmade 10 4 Wagenfuehr Buckhorn Barber Shop Museum Home 10 4 Kaffee Haus Civic Center 10 5 Tour of Conservation Plaza 5 Hummel Tours Sophienburg Museum Heritage Spreading the News Civic Center Wurstfest Art New Braunfels Art League 11 4 Annual Wurstfest Regatta Boardboats and Centerboards Canyon Lake 11 Kunsthalle Arts Crafts Landa Mill Building adjacent to Wurstfest Gate on Landa Street 1 Match High Schoolj Practice Field Match featuring SWTSU Rugby Cost Old Time With The Wurst Circle Arts Theatre WURSTFEST ARTS 8 CRAFTS SHOW SALE Gifts Ceramic Jewelry Wreaift Oils Furniture FREE ADMISSION Nov 35 Main Plaza Utilities Parking Lot LOHGHORH GRILL SALOON Bar is Now Open Come by and have a bewitching time Hours MonFri 11 Sat 11 Happy Hour 27 MonFri football Sun Friday Oct 31 1030 N New Braunfels p Phone 6061610 SAFETY m as at Colonial Manor Buy 11 VC25Z52C Friday Oct 31 to II A Day Care 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