Douglas Octoberfest News!

We have officially begun work on Octoberfest 2014. Vendor forms are now available. Book early to receive the lowest price!

Octoberfest will be October 3th, 2015.

Scholarship Program: Each year a Douglas Resident will be selected to receive a non-renewable $500.00 scholarship which is be used toward tuition or books at any accredited institution of higher learning. This
Scholarship is non-renewable and must be applied toward tuition or books. Application can be found here: Octoberfest Scholarship Application

Grant Program: Due to the continued success of the event the Committee sometimes has a surplus of funds after all
financial obligations have been met, including reserves for future events. Being a non-profit group itself, the Octoberfest Committee disburses these surplus funds through grants to local non-profit organizations. Application can be found here: Octoberfest Grant Application

 

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About Douglas Octoberfest

The Douglas Octoberfest continues to be a huge success and it just keeps getting bigger and better.

The Douglas Octoberfest draws more people to the area than any other local event. Each year, the downtown street fair is attended by thousands who have permanently marked the Douglas Octoberfest on their calendars. The Douglas Octoberfest continues to be a huge success and it just keeps getting bigger and better. Come visit the best fall festival in the Blackstone Valley region, with local media offering high praise to the selection and diversity of the activities and quality of the entertainment offered.

Busy vendors line both sides of Main Street offering crafts, food, games, and unique displays that keep the crowds occupied until dusk. Entertainment throughout the day ranges from singers, bands, choral groups, dance routines, cheerleaders, and more. Rides and games are prominently displayed on the church lawn allowing easy access by families with small children. The Huge Slide, moonwalk, train, and obstacle course are always a great hit with our younger citizens. The cash cube is still a favorite and there are some wonderful and generous certificates and prizes to be won.

The Octoberfest celebration also provides a unique forum for local non-profits to raise funds in a way that's fun for all. Proceeds from many food booths, games, childrens' activities, and more go to support local community groups.

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Thank You

Our 2014 Title Sponsors

Other 2014 Contributors

    • Bertucci’s Italian Restaurant
    • Bicycles Plus
    • Canobie Lake Park
    • Carl’s Oxford Diner
    • Castle in the Clouds
    • Central Rock Climbing Gym
    • Chamberlain Construction
    • Chevere
    • Chilis
    • Cornerstone Family Chiropractic
    • Crossfit ABT
    • Crystal Lake Golf Club
      • Dairy Queen
      • Davis’ Farmland & Mega Maze
      • Digger’s Liquors
      • Ecotarium
      • Foppema’s Farm
      • G.I. Joe’s Army & Navy Store
      • G’Licious Ice Cream & Gifts
      • Grille on Main Street
      • Hannaford’s
      • Harry’s Famous Pizza
      • Highfields Golf & Country Club
      • Imperial for Men Barbershop
        • Institute of Contemporary Art
        • Law Office of Debra Dunleavy
        • New England Aquarium
        • Old Navy - Bellingham
        • Pats Peak
        • Publick House Historic Inn
        • Red Rock Grill & Bar
        • Bellingham
        • Ribbons, Jewelry & Gifts
        • Snip-Its
        • Southwick’s Zoo
        • Staples
        • Sundeen Furniture
          • The Burger Grille
          • The Gift Authority
          • The Little Coffee Bean
          • The Manor Draught House Bar
          • The Picket Fence
          • The Spa at Capron Falls
          • Unibank
          • Walmart
          • Water Country
          • Whitin Community Center
          • Whittier’s Farm
          • Whole Foods – Bellingham
          • Worcester Art Museum
          Back Door Vacuums and Homekeeping