The 10th annual German Fest Denver made its first appearance at the Lakewood Heritage Center the weekend of July 21 through 23.
The event celebrated all things German with delicious food and drinks, traditions and music.
“This is a community …
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“This is a community and family event everyone can participate in,” said Bernie Barthel, president of the German Fest Denver. “This event is about all our different customs and the different cultures that make Germany so unique.”
People came to the Heritage Center from all over the metro area to celebrate their ancestry and enjoy an afternoon in the sunshine.
“Our family is of German heritage, so we love coming to these kinds of events,” said Colty Hornstein, who was at the festival with his family. “I love German music and food, and of course, the beer.”
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