Old Town Oktoberfest, Another Fabulous Year

The Old Town Commercial Association’s seventh annual Old Town Oktoberfest held Friday, Oct. 5 & Saturday, Oct. 6, was a great success due to the phenomenal support from visitors, volunteers and sponsors. Despite the cold weather, the festival attracted many new faces to the area over the course of the weekend to celebrate the season and support Old Town.

In addition to bringing thousands of people to Old Town, Oktoberfest serves as one of the three largest fundraising-events for the OTCA. The event raises money to continue Old Town’s revitalization, historic preservation and community outreach.

The OTCA would like to thank our generous sponsors for their continued support and for making this event possible. Thank you to Jackson National Life, the City of Lansing, Downtown Lansing Inc., TechSmith, Michael Stein Farm Bureau, Harvest Creative Services, Demmer Corporation, Greater Lansing Convention and Visitors Bureau, Clark Hill, Such Video, Mayberry Homes, Arts Council of Greater Lansing, Cooley Law School, Two Men and a Truck, 92.1 Big Country, Q106, WLMI 92.1, 94.1 The Edge, Adams Outdoor Advertising, Events to Rent, Dan Henry Distributing, Uncle John’s Cider Mill, Lansing State Journal, Rizzi Designs, Zimmerfish, CiesaDesign, SC Environmental Services, Spiral Video and Dance Bar, Lexington Lansing Hotel, Courtyard Marriott, Dean Transportation, Tallulah’s Folly, and MSU Community Language School.

The OTCA would also like to extend a sincere thank you to our volunteers and Oktoberfest committee members who helped work, plan and promote the 2012 Old Town Oktoberfest. Your hard work and dedication will live on through future OTCA projects that will preserve and develop Old Town.