Celebrate Oktoberfest with Friends of Princeton Open Space

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Celebrate Oktoberfest with Friends of Princeton Open Space

Join Friends of Princeton Open Space for an Oktoberfest Celebration with live music, festive food + drink!

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Mountain Lakes House 57 Mountain Ave Princeton, NJ 08540

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Refund Policy

No Refunds

About this event

Cheers to Volunteers!

Join Friends of Princeton Open Space for a festive Oktoberfest event celebrating our accomplishments of 2021/2022, and the incredible crew of volunteers.

Enjoy local craft beer, hard cider, Jammin’ Crepes sweet + savory food truck + live music in the beautiful setting of the Mountain Lakes House, overlooking the lake at the Billy Johnson Mountain Lakes Nature Preserve in Princeton, New Jersey.  The covered terrace will be available for socializing outside.

$50 / person + online ticket fee

Sunday October 2, 2022| 5:00PM - 7:00PM

Mountain Lakes House | 57 Mountain Road | Princeton

Free parking is available in the lot near the Mountain Lakes House or in the public lot on Mountain Road with "Community Park North" signage. NO parking is permitted in the driveway of the Mountain Lakes House. You may drop-off in the driveway.

The Oktoberfest event is rain or shine.

Attendees must be 21 or older to be served alcohol.

If you are unable to attend, please consider supporting FOPOS with a donation. Simply click the "tickets" button and choose DONATION as ticket type.

About Friends of Princeton Open Space: Founded in 1969, FOPOS is a nonprofit organization dedicated to acquiring open space in Princeton for preservation, protecting natural resources, maintaining accessibility to trails, and providing environmental education. As part of their mission, they work with groups in the Princeton region to support efforts to preserve and protect open space and the environment.

For more information about FOPOS, please visit fopos.org. For questions about this event, please email events@fopos.org with OKTOBERFEST in the subject line.

photo credit: Sam Mao