Most Holy Rosary wrapped-up its Oktoberfest celebration today at the church grounds on Route 26 in Maine.  Several thousand people attended the three-day festival.

Oktoberfest began Friday evening and ended this afternoon at 5 PM.  The festivities included top-notch entertainment as well.  Tony's Polka Band kicked off today's celebration.  Along with the clam chowder the menu list also included pirohi, sausage and peppers sandwiches, pizza, cheeseburgers and chicken spiedies.  There was also a dessert booth where people could top off their meal with plenty of tasty treats.  For those who chose to have take-out orders filled you could also purchase home-made pies, breads and cookies to go.

Along with great food and entertainment there was also a children's game area, casino and country store.  Organizers say the event is bigger than Most Holy Rosary itself.  It helps to bring the community together with other area churches helping with food preparation and other aspects of the three-day event.