Leavenworth's Oktoberfest is one of the most unique festivals around! Bratwurst, German Beer, and live music create a lively atmosphere that the next best thing to being in Munich!! A FREE KOA shuttle to and from the festival make this an event you can't miss!! Usually the first 3 weekends in October!
Leavenworth comes alive with Christmas lights Thanksgiving through Valentines Day! The Christmas Lighting Ceremony is the first 3 weekends of December every year, complete with live music, lighting ceremony, Santa Claus and much more!! Make your new Christmas Tradition in Leavenworth!!
November 30th-December 2nd
eavenworth loves winter, and each year on MLK Jr. weekend we celebrate winter's bounty with IceFest! The village is still dressed in over half a million twinkling lights and this weekend is a flurry of frosty frivolity. Come celebrate winter with us!Here is some of the fun for Saturday January 19th, 2019:
And the fun continues on Sunday January 20th, 2019:
***Schedule subject to change please check back!
Sleeping Lady is proud to host the 23rd Annual Empty Bowls. Empty Bowls is a key fundraiser Community Cupboard, a program of Upper Valley MEND.The Empty Bowls Festival is an annual fundraiser that supports the Community Cupboard food bank and art education in local schools. Hundreds of Upper Valley residents participate in this unique event every year, which is coordinated entirely by local volunteers. Participants buy undecorated bowls made by local artists and paint them with a design of their choice. The bowls are then fired and returned to their owners at a community dinner in March. As well as being able to decorate your own bowl you can bid on bowls painted by local artists in the Artist Bowl Auction prior to the community dinner.
Celebrate Spring With Us! It's May, spring is here…and not a moment too soon! The sun is out, the wildflowers are bursting, the apple and pear blossoms are springing to life, and the Bavarian Village is ready to celebrate with our annual Bavarian Maifest weekend in May!Maifest is a German tradition dating back to the 10th century, when villagers would gather to celebrate the arrival of spring by planting flowers, playing music and games, and raising a “maipole” in the local square. The pole would be decorated with sausages, cakes, flowers, and ribbons, and villagers believed that dancing around it would bring good luck and wealth to the village. We invite you to our very Bavarian Maifest, celebrate Mom and Spring in Leavenworth!Our weekend is packed with Bavarian fun, we can't wait to see you!