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Published: 8/28/2011 - Updated: 3 years ago


German American Festival

Fans enjoy a good time at the Germany American Festival in Oregon. CLICK ON ANY IMAGE TO VIEW FULL PHOTO, START SLIDE SHOW.

Karen Tiede of Britton, Mich., wears some beer-mug glasses at the German American Festival in Oregon, Ohio. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Karen Tiede of Britton, Mich., wears some beer-mug glasses at the German American Festival in Oregon, Ohio.
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Janelle Schaller of Perrysburg dances with her 15-month-old son James at the German American Festival. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Janelle Schaller of Perrysburg dances with her 15-month-old son James at the German American Festival.
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Jimi T Clown crowns Paul Jordan of Oregon with a balloon at the German American Festival. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Jimi T Clown crowns Paul Jordan of Oregon with a balloon at the German American Festival.
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Allen Beck, left, John Griffith, center, and Christine Griffith of  Enlarge | Buy This Photo Allen Beck, left, John Griffith, center, and Christine Griffith of "Ein Prosit" German Band enjoy a glass of beer at ...
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Defending champion Zach Diekman of Martin, Ohio, competes in the Steinstossen at the German American Festival. Contestants see who can throw a138 pound rock the farthest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Defending champion Zach Diekman of Martin, Ohio, competes in the Steinstossen at the German American Festival. Contestants see who can ...
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Isaac Hubbard of Toledo competes in the Steinstossen at the German American Festival in Oregon, Ohio. Contestants see who can throw a138 pound rock the farthest. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Isaac Hubbard of Toledo competes in the Steinstossen at the German American Festival in Oregon, Ohio. Contestants see who can ...
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Dawn Krupinsky, left, and her husband Walter Krupinsky, right, from St. Clair Shores, Mich., dance a polka during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dawn Krupinsky, left, and her husband Walter Krupinsky, right, from St. Clair Shores, Mich., dance a polka during the German-...
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Dawn Krupinsky, left, and her husband Walter Krupinsky, right, from St. Clair Shores, Mich., dance a polka. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Dawn Krupinsky, left, and her husband Walter Krupinsky, right, from St. Clair Shores, Mich., dance a polka.
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Linda Zunk, left, and Kevin Ruedy, right, make authentic German potato pancakes during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Linda Zunk, left, and Kevin Ruedy, right, make authentic German potato pancakes during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade ...
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German potato pancakes sizzle on the stove during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo German potato pancakes sizzle on the stove during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday.
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Keith Brintzenhoff, from Black Forest Gifts, sells hand-crafted cuckoo clocks during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Keith Brintzenhoff, from Black Forest Gifts, sells hand-crafted cuckoo clocks during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove ...
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Ornately decorated Enlarge | Buy This Photo Ornately decorated "Steins" for sale during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove.
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Terry Weaver, left, from Toledo, takes an order for beer from customer Joe Liebrecht, right, from Delphos during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo Terry Weaver, left, from Toledo, takes an order for beer from customer Joe Liebrecht, right, from Delphos during the German-...
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The garden is full of visitors during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday. Enlarge | Buy This Photo The garden is full of visitors during the German-American Festival at Oak Shade Grove on Sunday.
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