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The small community was settled by German pioneers in the 1800s and readily reminds one of the rich Bavarian countryside. Oregon's oldest and best-loved Oktoberfest began in 1966 as a traditional harvest festival to celebrate the bounty of the earth and the goodness of creation. It is Oregon's largest folk festival.
Four days of fun-fill activities, September 12 - 15, 2013. Open Thursday - Saturday, from 11 a.m. until midnight. Open Sunday from 11 a.m. until 9:00 p.m
The Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce in cooperation with the Oregon Hazelnut Marketing Board and the Oregon Department of Agriculture is sponsoring the second annual Mt. Angel Hazelnut Festival on December 7- 8, 2013 in Mt. Angel. The Hazelnut Fest includes a holiday Kristkindle Markt featuring regional arts and crafts, Oregon wineries and breweries and foods that feature Hazelnuts.
The Mt. Angel Chamber of Commerce presents the last blast of winter, Wurstfest. So dust off your Lederhosen, starch up your Bavarian Dirndl and join the happy folk of Mount Angel for a fun-filled weekend in FEBRUARY 28, March 1, 2014 for a celebration in honor of the Wurst. Children accompanied by an adult are admitted free.
Named for the Old World glockenspiel tower it sits directly beneath, the Glockenspiel Restaurant and Pub is set in the center of Mt. Angel, Oregon. Before you visit, you may want to learn a little more about us, our menu or the glockenspiel. We offer both daily specials as well as weekly dinner nights and holiday meals. Be sure to call or email us for our daily offerings, and while we are easy to find, our map/directionscan give you a little extra help.
LOCAL, SEASONAL EMPHASIS
Winter, Spring, Summer and Fall, the Glockenspiel serves only the freshest food of each season. Because we are surrounded by hundreds of acres of farms we have the an abundant selection of local meats and produce. We proudly buy first and freshest from our local farmers.
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