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Lancaster Liederkranz News
April 28, 2021
Current Operating Hours
  • Monday through Thursday: 4-9 p.m.
  • Friday: 4-10 p.m.
  • Food Service (when available) 5-8:30 p.m.
  • Saturday: Closed until kitchen staff is hired.
  • Note: Although we may offer a sandwich throughout the week, we will also permit members to bring outside food into the Club Monday through Thursday. The exception is Friday. We will offer a volunteer prepared food item on Friday. No outside food permitted on Friday.
  • Check website for food offerings

Job Opportunity
  • We are searching for a part-time dishwasher who will also assist with food prep and line work, $14/hr. Apply on Indeed Here

Operating Rules
  • 6-ft social distancing and masks required (unless seated for eating & drinking.)
  • Limited, distanced seating available in the bar area, ballroom, and outside deck.
  • Moving of tables and chairs is not permitted.
  • Guests are welcome, must be accompanied by a member.

Volunteers for Sanitizing 
  • Couples welcome, beverage chip for your work! Sign-up in Quick Links.

  • Sun, May 2 - Sommerfest Volunteer Sign-up Day, noon-2pm. Stop in... Sign-up! The Bar will be open. Cheeseburger with chips & pickle available for purchase - $3
  • Thur, May 6 - Monthly Membership Meeting at the Pavilion. The clubhouse will be closed. All activity will be at the pavilion. Agenda will include election of officers & trustees. Sign up required to attend. Click Here for Meeting Sign-up
  • Sat, May 15 - Club Work Day 9am-3pm (volunteers needed, details and sign-up below)
  • Sat, May 15 - Takeout or Dine-in at the Pavilion with music provided by Joe Kroboth Band. (details and sign-up below)
  • Wed, May 19 - Book Club - info in Quick Links
Honberger Auction Update and Important Dates
  • The Auction Site is Now Live! Bids are coming in. Click HERE OR HERE to be directed to the Hess Auction, HiBid site.
  • May 3 from 2-5pm - Preview Day of sales items. If you are interested in seeing the items for sale. This is your opportunity to stop in.
  • May 4 - Sale ends
  • May 6 - Pick-up day for purchases
Contact Financial Secretary Jake Schopf with any questions.
German Sommerfest
Fri, June 11, 6-11pm and Sat, June 12, 1-11pm
Musical Entertainment by Joe Kroboth Band, Mädel Jäger, and John & Maria Band

- Sun, May 2 - Sommerfest Volunteer Sign-up Day - noon-2pm at the Club. Stop in... Sign-up! Help us staff this year's Sommerfest! The Bar will be open. Cheeseburger with chips & pickle available for purchase - $3
- Watch upcoming emails for our Volunteer SignUp Genius link and other fest information.
- We are working on an online site where fest-goers may prepay fest entrance. Pay at the gate will still be an option.
- Fest-goers will be required to follow PA State Covid-19 guidelines in effect at that time.
- Sat, June 12 - Duck Race on the Chiques - Tickets are in the mail! Please support this important annual fundraiser. Additional tickets available for purchase at the Club. We thank members Chip & Chad Snyder and Snyder Funeral Homes for ticket printing sponsorship.

  • Fest Volunteer Opportunity - We are looking for a volunteer to chair management of Sommerfest & Oktoberfest decorating. If interested, contact Fest Committee Chair, Paul Stanavage for details.
Quick Links of Interest

Pavilion Dine-In or Drive Through Takeout Meals
Saturday, May 15
Dine-In: Meals served between 4:30 and 7:00. Music until 9:00. Pay for meals at check in. Pay for beverages at the bar. Limited under cover seating.
Takeout: Pick-up Meals between 4:30 and 5:30.

Sign-up required for both options.

Meal Selections $15/each, tax included in price
All are served with large baked potato and creamy cucumber salad
  - Pork Schnitzel with lemon wedge
  - Oktoberfest Roasted Half Chicken
  - 3 Wursts (2 brats, 1 kielbasa)
  - Baked Cod Filet with creamy dill sauce
  - Baked Salmon Filet with creamy dill sauce

Dessert - Apple Kuchen $3/ea

TAKEOUT MEALS (non-members may participate in takeout)
  - Takeout meals must be picked up between 4:30 and 5:30.
  - Attendants will assist you through the parking lot. You will not need to park or exit your car.
  - We can make change, however exact dollar amount is appreciated or you may donate your change.
  - Checks accepted payable to Lancaster Liederkranz.
  - We cannot accept credit card payment. 
  - If you have more than 6 meal orders, simply create a 2nd sign-up.

PAVILION DINE-IN MEALS (members and their guests only)
  - Meals served between 4:30 and 7pm. Sign-up for preferred arrival time.
  - Music provided by Joe Kroboth Band from 5-9pm.
  - State Covid rules and restrictions will be observed.
  - Attendance will be limited to comply with current State regulations. Sign-up early!
  - We will spread tables around the grass areas as well as under the pavilion. However, tables must be distanced and therefore we will have limited seating under cover if it rains.

  - Questions or changes to orders should be emailed to: info@lancasterliederkranz.com
  - Sometimes confirmations end up in junk mail. Check there if you don't receive.

Spring Work Day
Saturday May 15 - 9am to 3pm
Lunch and beverages will be served
Come when you can, leave when you need to. Many hands make light work!

We're looking for volunteer help as we prepare the pavilion and grounds for the season, do some work at the clubhouse, and complete tasks at our rental property.

  • If you have a desired area of work, specific work skills, or can provide any of the needed tools, please note this in the comments section of your sign-up.
  • If you have questions, contact Trustee Organizer, Bill Keays: bkeays@kdbuilders.com
  • To view the list of planned projects, click HERE.

To be redirected to our SignUp Genius site, Click HERE
On Tap Beer News
By Jim Weber
Liederkranz patrons can enjoy four excellent bock beers on tap right now! Try some of them, along with others of our fine beers, in a flight!

Like many German beer styles, Bock dates back to the Medieval era. Bock is a bottom fermenting lager and typically spends extra time in cold storage during the winter months to smooth out the intense flavors that develop during the brewing process. Stronger than a typical lager due to additional barley malts, sub-styles of Bock vary in flavor and profile: a Maibock is paler and has more hops while a Doppelbock is heavier, darker, more malty, and stronger... Click to continue reading On Tap
Regards, Linda Feilmeier
Email & Website Administrator