Strassenfest mugs, buttons availableJuly 6, 2018
From Local Sources
JASPER — The official souvenir collectible mugs and buttons for the 40th annual Jasper Strassenfest are now available for purchase.
The steins will bear the 2018 theme of “40 Years of Memories, The Best Is Yet To Come” on the mug.
Mugs may be purchased at the Jasper Chamber of Commerce office at 302 W. Sixth St. Cost is $30 each.
The 2018 collectible souvenir buttons depicting the “40 Years of Memories, The Best Is Yet To Come” theme are also available at this time. The cost of the buttons is $5, purchased before or during the festival.
A larger, Special Edition Strassenfest button with a flashing light is also available to commemorate the 40th Strassenfest. A limited number of these larger buttons are available at a cost of $10 each.
Also available for purchase at the chamber office are the official Strassenfest German-style flags and buntings. Several different sizes are available at various prices.
Strassenfest program booklets also will soon be available at several banks, restaurants and retail locations throughout the city of Jasper.
The Strassenfest will be held Aug. 2 through 5 in and around downtown Jasper.
For more information about Jasper Strassenfest activities and events, call the Jasper Chamber of Commerce at 812-482-6866, visit Facebook or go to www.jasperstrassenfest.org.
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