Now in its 61st year, Deutsche Tage invites people to celebrate German traditions and eats. As with any good festival, there will be plenty to eat and drink, including the iconic bratwurst and tart German potato salad and sauerkraut. Paulaner beers will flow freely, as will German wines, Jägermeister, and Apfelschorle, a popular drink from the region that combines apple juice with carbonation. Dampfwerk Distilling will create a special cocktail for the day, and you can shop their German-style spirits at the party. Tunes will be mostly traditional, with polka bands, accordion players, and a sampling of Swiss Alp horns playing onstage. Find more info at gai-mn.org/DeutscheTage.