Most Holy Rosary in Maine is holding its annual Oktoberfest this weekend on the church grounds just off Route 26 in Maine.  The celebration begins Friday night and continues through Sunday.  Hours are: 6-11 PM Friday, Noon - 11 PM Saturday and 11 AM - 5 PM Sunday.

The group "Old Friends" provides the musical entertainment Friday beginning at 7 PM.  On Saturday Pasty White and Doublewide perform from 2 - 5 PM.  The BC Celtic Pipe and Drum Band will play from 6-630 PM.  At 630 MHR Irish Dancers entertain followed by Frostbit Blue until 11 PM.  On Sunday Tony's Polka Band hits the stage from 11 AM - 1 PM followed by The Maine Men until 430 PM.

In addition to the music there will be a bake sale, children's games, country store, basket raffle and casino tent.  As always there will delicious food for a variety of tastes.  Most Holy Rosary's signature food is their clam chowder.  People travel from all over the region to enjoy their homemade treats.

WNBF's Roger Neel will broadcast live from Oktoberfest on Sunday beginning at 11 AM on the Barb Mack Show.