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Lancaster Liederkranz News
June 16, 2021
Thank you all, for a successful Sommerfest!
If you came and enjoyed the festivities, or volunteered to help make it all happen, we truly appreciate your support. It's good to be back!

Next Up: Parrot Fest - Margaritaville at the pavilion featuring Jimmy and the Parrots, with warm-up by our own Randy Z.

- All Seating requires pre-purchased tickets
- Volunteers needed!
- Volunteer and Ticket links below
Club Operations:
  • Monday through Thursday: 4-9 p.m., Friday: 4-10 p.m., Saturday: Closed
  • Food Service: Thur: 5:30-8:00, Fri: 5:30-8:30
  • Reservations are required for all food service: TableAgent Reservations. You will receive a confirmation email. Check spam! Keep the email, it's how you change or cancel reservations.
  • Outside food is permitted only when food is not offered at the Club.
  • Guests must be accompanied by a member.
  • Those fully vaccinated are not required to mask or distance.
  • Check Club website for weekly food offerings

Upcoming:
Friday, July 16, 5-11pm: Parrot Fest!
  • All entrance by pre-purchased admission only*
  • No gate sales
  • *Tickets online through Eventbright®
  • Ticket sales will cut-off prior to the fest. Order early!
  • Open Seating under Pavilion, Tents, & Grounds
  • No reserved seats or tables
  • Additional Info on our Fests Page
Volunteers needed for Parrot Fest!
Quick Links of Interest:

On Tap Liederkranz Beer News
By Jim Weber

The cathedral town of Friesing boasts of having 2 of the world’s oldest breweries, famous Weihenstephan being the oldest – supposedly since 1040. It was in 1160, under the Freising Prince Bishop Albert I of Harthausen, that the Hofbrauhaus Freising brewery on the Domberg was first mentioned in documents. For six centuries after its founding, the brewery belonged to the bishops of Freising, who brewed beer for the Bavarian noble court and its citizens.Subsequent to the 1803 Secularization, which also affected Weihenstephan, the Hofbrauhaus became the property of the Bavarian electress Maria Leopoldine in 1812... Click to continue reading On Tap
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