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Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest
(05-16-2018, 11:10 PM)panamaniac Wrote: Lot 42 on Ardelt is going to be a new Oktoberfest festhalle this year.   Capacity 5,000.  It will also host the Miss Oktoberfest Ball.


The idea of a bridge (or tunnel) connecting Lot 42 and the Concordia Club is intriguing.  

From an article in the Record:
Quote:"If they let us build a nice Oktoberfest bridge over the highway, that would be even better," Doyle said.

And if Oktoberfest pays for the bridge it would be even better.   

(Move over Ezra Street.  Something bigger is about to happen in Kitchener.)

Fab idea if Oktoberfest can come up with 15 or 20 million to pay for it ....

Never stopped to think of it before, but the Mill Station is only a block or so from the Concordia Club - handy, if they get around to installing sidewalks on that side of Ottawa St!
I hear there's a convenient underpass nearby.
I'd have to question the "convenient".
(05-17-2018, 09:08 PM)panamaniac Wrote: I'd have to question the "convenient".

Are we talking about the Ottawa St. underpass, or the 2 railway underpasses Tongue Dodgy ?
Of the two, the rail underpasses would be more "convenient", if that's measured solely in walking distance.
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