Heurich House's Inaugural Frühlingsfest

What: Social Gathering

When: Saturday - April 26, 2014 @ 01:00PM to Saturday - April 26, 2014 @ 04:00PM

Where: Heurich House Museum, Washington, District of Columbia
Join us for our first-ever Frühlingsfest, and make it a family affair!

This family-friendly event is full of activities for all ages:

- A House Scavenger Hunt
- Relay Races
- Face Painting
- Maypole Dancing and Decorating
- And More!

There will be beer, a roast pig, cookies, and ice cream to snack on all afternoon….not to mention live German music to dance and sing along with!

Ticket price includes:
- Two beers per adult 21+
- Afternoon snacks of roast pig and sides
- Cookies and gelato for dessert

History of Frühlingsfest:
Frühlingsfest is translated as ‘Spring Festival’ and is known as ‘Oktoberfest’s little sister' in Germany. It celebrates the end of a cold winter and beginning of spring, and it typically occurs mid-April to the beginning of May. Stuttgart and Munich have some of the largest Frühlingsfests in Germany, and now the Heurich House is bringing the age-old traditional to Washington, DC!

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