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Oktoberfest at the Blue Goose in Loomis



Placer County, CA:  PEACE for Families is hosting its 4th Annual Oktoberfest at the Blue Goose, 3550 Taylor Road, Loomis, on Friday, October 26, 2012, at 5:30 p.m.  Guests will enjoy traditional Oktoberfest music  with The Alpen Band. Activities include a photo booth, silent auction, and tastes of brews, wines and cuisine from area brewers, restaurants and caterers in a lighthearted, casual environment.  All proceeds benefit Placer County victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families.

Food and beverages are provided by Pizza Factory, Johnny Garlic's, Lorenzo's, Icing on the Cupcake, Pizzazz! Event Planning, Peet's Coffee & Tea, Barbecue by the Auburn Community Cancer Endowment Grilling Team, Sierra Nevada Brewing Company, Black Diamond Brewing Company, Beck's, Shock Top, and Shipyard Brewery.

The generous support of our major sponsors SureWest, Kaiser Permanente, WestAmerica Bank and Sierra Health Foundation have helped to make this event possible.

Tickets for this 21 and over event are $35.00 each, and are available now online at http://peace-oktoberfest.eventbrite.com or by calling 530-823-6224.

For additional information, contact Louise Czopek, Community Affairs Coordinator, at 530-823-6224 or lczopek@peaceforfamilies.org.

About PEACE for Families
PEACE for Families is dedicated to ending the legacy of abuse by providing survivors of domestic and sexual violence with services and resources and fostering communities where abuse is not tolerated. PEACE provides a 24-hour crisis line (800-575-5352), emergency domestic violence shelter, and service offices in Roseville and Auburn where victims of domestic violence and sexual assault and their families/significant others may receive therapy, legal advocacy, assistance and resources at no charge. For more information, visit www.peaceforfamilies.org.
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