Brenda Williams says hello during her time in Kintertown.
These little girls are excited for their new balloon toys.
Jennifer Mazyck weaves a sweetgrass basket at her vendor booth.
Joe Watson of Columbia came dressed up for Oktoberfest.
Newberry County Literacy Council had a cake made as a fundraiser for Oktoberfest.
Newberry County Literacy Council held a bake sale during Oktoberfest.
WLTX interviews the Accordion Man.
The marionettes come out for a stroll.
A few of the vendor booths at Oktoberfest.
Joey and Karen Smith stand with Mary Geren, who is running for Congress.
Members of Aveleigh give out free water and cookies.
Dr. Wade Verch and his family meet with guests during Oktoberfest.
This vendor plays his guitar.
Jordan Cary, of Prosperity, dressed just for the occasion.
The Oktoberfest photo booths became a big hit.
All South gave away free goodies during Oktoberfest.
Guests get their wristbands for the Biergarten.
Guests get their beverages from the Biergarten.
Gisela Kloess, The Haute Dog Lady, makes lemonade during Oktoberfest.
Couples having fun Downtown.
Dancing away to the music.
Bridget Schausten and Kara Blankenship of Blythewood came dressed up to Oktoberfest.
Amelia Neal of Prosperity all dressed up.
Barbara Chapman hands out free books.
Willie and Tammy Liddicoat of Chapin have fun with their pup at Oktoberfest.
Face painting was in full swing at the Samsung tent.
Sean Pomeroy has some fun outside of Half Full.
Lacey Neall and Torster Hallman of Chapin get in the Oktoberfest spirit.
Some Brautwurst getting made at Papa’s Brats.
This little boy is getting a free bag.
Kyle and Rachel Diederich of Fort Mill took a different twist on their Oktoberfest outfits.
Archie Parnell hangs out with other Newberry leaders.
Laura and Dorothy Loignon came prepared for Oktoberfest.
The Komatsu truck.
Bob and Susie Coleman of Prosperity with their dog Frodo.
Alana West with her Westworks booth.
Children and adults enjoy the carousel.
More photo booth fun.
Tiffany Myers of Camden is all dressed up and ready to go at Oktoberfest.
The classic cars under the backdrop of the Coca-Cola mural.
Newberry’s Oktoberfest was held this weekend and brought plenty of friends, family and fun to Downtown Newberry. The Maederer family came out dressed for the occasion, pictured are Steve, Deanne, Josh, Therese, Sophia, Zoe, Isabel, Nathan, Rosie and Tobias.