German Feast & Auction
Feb 03, 2018

German Feast & Auction
208 N Reimer St
Phone: 580-343-2262
Phone: 580-774-4070

The German Feast & Auction in the town of Corn is a great event where visitors can try authentic, tasty German food. Festivities begin at 10am, when homemade baked goods including pies, cakes, schnetka (a German pastry), candies and German sausage will be available. Sign up for the silent auction for gift certificates, handmade toys and other handcrafted items. Visitors will also have the opportunity to purchase homemade breads, jellies, rolls, cakes and pastries. 

At 11:30am, get in line for the German-Mennonite feast and sample all of the savory food, from traditional verenika to sausage and cracklins. The live auction begins at 1pm with a variety of items up for auction. Bid on handmade quilts, farm items, woodcrafts, toys, afghans, wall hangings and more. The German Feast and Auction continues, with dinner at 5pm to enjoy more of the traditional German feast. 

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Facility Amenities: ADA Compliant
General Information: Free admission
Group Amenities: Accommodates Tour Groups, Bus/Motorcoach Parking
Projected Attendance: 1,600
Saturday: 10:00 am - 6:00 pm
From Oklahoma City, travel west on I-40 to Weatherford. Go south on Hwy 54 10 miles, then 3 miles west on Hwy 54A to Corn.

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