WHAT Group Therapy in concert
WHEN 9:30 p.m., Saturday
WHERE Fire & Ice at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino, 1131 North Dupont Highway, Dover
INFO Visit doverdowns.com or call 674-4600
Formed in the mid-80s, the party band Group Therapy has endured a successful career that included sharing the stage with touted acts such as Kool and the Gang, The Spinners and the Average White Band.
In 2006, GT added a new dynamic to the band. The crew decided to have both a male (Ty Brown) and female (Heidi Porter) to front the group. The pair has raised the energy level, professionalism and talent of the outfit.
Covering a wide selection of artists such as The Spinners, Bruce Springsteen, Usher, Madonna and Grandmaster Flash, GT's shows have more than enough diversity to keep audiences glued to the dance floor.
You can see for yourself when the band performs at the Fire & Ice Lounge at Dover Downs Hotel & Casino on Saturday night.
WHAT DGAC's 36th Oktoberfest
WHEN 6 p.m., Saturday
WHERE Modern Maturity Center, 1121 Forest Ave., Dover
COST $25, includes dinner
INFO Visit dgaclub.com or call 674-4543
It's time to dust of your dirndl dress and lederhosen for Dover German American Club's 36th annual Oktoberfest at the Modern Maturity Center on Saturday.
Oktoberfest will feature traditional German nibbles including German potato salad, bratwurst, sauerbraten and red cabbage. German cakes and other tasty treats will be for sale.
Authentic dance tunes will be performed by The Adlers, an Austrian/German outfit that's been making Europe proud since 1979. In addition to performing German tunes, the party band is also down with covering multiple genres of music.
Oktoberfest will feature door prizes and a 50/50 raffle, plus a raffle for an adorable Hummel figurine, which would also make for a nice Christmas gift.
Thirsty for excitement
WHAT Fourth Delaware Beer and Wine Festival
WHEN Noon to 5 p.m., Sunday
WHERE Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village, 866 N. DuPont Highway, Dover
COST $25 in advance; $35 at the door; $10 designated driver
INFO Visit delawarewineandbeerfestival.com or call 734-4888
Page 2 of 2 - Nearly a dozen of the First State's finest wineries, breweries and distilleries will pour into the Delaware Agricultural Museum & Village for the fourth Delaware Beer and Wine Festival this Sunday.
Dover's own Fordham & Dominion Brewing Company is one of the participating breweries. For the event, Fordham's Octoberfest beer will be offered.
Admission to the festival will include 10 sampling tickets.
Be sure to get your taste buds ready for more than just tasty beverages, since statewide eateries will be preparing everything from brick oven gourmet pizza to seafood and barbecue. Local eateries featured in the Beer and Wine Festival this year are Where Pigs Fly, Maple Dale Country Club and McGlyn's Pub & Restaurant.
Fifty Delaware artists, artisans and retailers will be selling items such as glass, pottery, flat art, sculptures and photography for your shopping pleasure.
And while you're shopping, eating or enjoying libations, the band Island Boyz will perform soothing reggae tunes. Sky Brady will serve as the event DJ.