BRAMPTON: The City of Brampton is hosting Oktoberfest on Thursday, October 6, from 6 to 9 pm at the Bob Callahan Flower City Seniors Centre.
Adults aged 55 and older are invited to join in and enjoy an evening of delicious German cuisine, followed by music and dancing! Registration is now available and ends September 29.
Adults aged 55 and older can purchase a membership online or in-person at any City of Brampton Recreation Centre. Members enjoy discounts, access to special events, programs, services and opportunities to make connections in a social environment.
Mayor Patrick Brown said: “In Brampton, we love to celebrate our City’s diversity and welcome residents to do the same through a wide variety of City programming and events.
Oktoberfest is a fantastic way to enjoy delicious German food and great music with friends and family, and we’re pleased to host an event for Brampton seniors right here in our city. If you’re looking for a fun night, head to the Bob Callahan Flower City Seniors Centre on October 6.”
Rowena Santos, Regional Councillor, Wards 1 & 5; Chair, Community Services, said: “Brampton is a Mosaic of rich cultural diversity, and we are excited to see the Bob Callahan Flower City Seniors Centre host Oktoberfest and offer a night of German cuisine and music, right here in our city!”
Paul Morrison, Interim Chief Administrative Officer, said: “Throughout the year across the City, there are a number of events and programs for everyone to celebrate and enjoy. Special events at the Bob Callahan Flower City Seniors Centre like Oktoberfest support social wellbeing among Brampton seniors.”