FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
May 19, 2017
German Sommerfest Returns to BNHV
Museum to celebrate German cultural heritage.
AMHERST, NY – On Sunday, June 4th the German Sommerfest will return to Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village. BNHV is pleased to partner with locally owned Swiss German Pub Schnitzel &. Co to offer authentic German fare, beer, wine, and Schnapps to the public. Potato Pancakes, Chicken Schnitzel, German Potato Salad, Apple Strudel, Sauerbraten, BBQ Glazed Ribs, Fastnachts, and more will be available for purchase. Live performances by the German American Musicians “Buffalo’s BIG German Band!”, The Alphorn Society of WNY, German Organ Grinder Dan Wilke, and the S.G.T.V Edelweiss German Schuhplattler Dancers offer an authentic entertainment schedule. German Sommerfest will be held in the Museum’s Historic Village from 12:00 – 7:00 pm. Enjoyment of the Museum’s exhibits and 11 historic buildings is included in the admission price. Adults are $8, Seniors/Military are $7, Children & Members are $6.
“Culture is the spice of life! BNHV strives to present a full cultural, educational experience. We want festival goers to taste the cuisine, learn the music and drinking songs, try a dance, learn some German words, and ultimately immerse themselves within an authentic German Sommerfest. Our events take place in our historic, early American village, which adds even more to the experience. It truly is an event for all ages,” explains Executive Director Herbert Schmidt III.
BNHV is a private, 501-c (3) not-for-profit organization. Buffalo Niagara Heritage Village is an educational institution, chartered by the State of New York whose mission is to instill, educate and cultivate an informed appreciation of the American past and its impact on current lifestyles, culture and historical development of the Buffalo Niagara Region. BNHV’s mission is to preserve and interpret the story of Buffalo Niagara for the people of today and the community of tomorrow. http://bnhv.org/