ROYAL OAK (WWJ) – The Royal Oak Farmers Market is set to host the 4th annual Oktoberfest on Saturday as part of a joint fundraiser for the market, and the Royal Oak Historical Society. Doors will open at 6 pm.

Staying local is what it’s all about, with 100 percent of the profits from the locally brewed beer and wine sales going directly to the charity, while proceeds from ticket sales and silent auction bids will help the Royal Oak Farmers Market with much-needed renovations.

Whether you polka or not, it’s sure to be a fun and affordable evening for the whole family.

The evening includes dancing to “The Good Times Orchestra,” bidding on valuable items at the silent auction, a demonstration by authentic dance group, Sarisan Slovak Folk Ensemble, and other incredible edibles from Lily’s Seafood Grill.

In addition, don’t miss seeing the largest pumpkin grown in Michigan.

Admission is $5; children 10 years and under are free. For more information, visit


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