• Craft Brew Tent with brews on tap from Confluence and Fox Brewing sponsored by Des Moines Truck Brokers and Hopkins & Huebner
• Live music by Norwalk musician Corbett Reeves on the City State Bank stage
• Delicious food and snacks at the Winn's Food Truck
• Local business vendors (ie: Athletico, Norwalk Park & Rec, Norwalk Chiropractic and
EXIT Realty with face painting)
• Oktoberfest contests and lots yard games
Fun, family-friendly event. Admission $5 and kids are FREE.
Please join us and bring a lawn chair to enjoy the City Park setting.
We hope to see you there!
The 2019 Norwalktoberfest Committee
Nicole Smith, Jan Sparks, Tim Stephany, Lindsey Aaron, Travis Stanley, Jon Niemeyer, Richie Velez, Tanya Apana
Thank you to our event sponsors for powering this community event!
Band Sponsor: City State Bank
Tent Sponsors: Des Moines Truck Brokers, Hopkins & Huebner
Event Sponsors: Athletico, Capital City Fruit, EXIT Realty North Star, Fareway, Indoff Office Products, Norwalk Chiropractic, Norwalk LIving Magazine, Norwalk Park & Recreation, MMIT Business Solutions, TruBank
Game on 40 ft Jumbotron | Food Trucks | Cornhole Games | Prizes!
BYOB - coolers allowed
Norwalk Athletic Hall of Fame Selections for 2019
The Norwalk Athletic and Activities Office is proud to announce this year’s Norwalk Athletic Hall of Fame Class that consists of four former athletes and one coach. Congratulations to the following on their 2019 selection to the Norwalk Athletic Hall of Fame.
Van Atherton – Class of 1972
Cindy Johnston Ford – Class of 1977
Tony Dougherty – Class of 1991 (Due to an overseas work commitment Tony will be inducted in 2020)
Christopher “Kit” Anderson – Class of 2011
Head Coach Henry Christowski – Softball Coach from 1969 – 1980
The Hall of Fame induction ceremony &
Homecoming Community Pep Rally
Thursday, September 26 | 6 PM
A reception will also be held after the pep rally. The 2019 class will also be recognized at halftime of the homecoming game on Friday, September 27.
For updates on member and community events, visit the event page on our website.
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