The German Feast & Auction in the town of Corn is a great event where visitors can try authentic, tasty German food. Festivities begin at 10 am when homemade baked goods including
The German Feast & Auction in the town of Corn is a great event where visitors can try authentic, tasty German food. Festivities begin at 10 am when homemade baked goods including pies, cakes, schnetka (a German pastry), candies and German sausage will be available. Sign up for the silent auction for gift certificates, handmade toys, and other handcrafted items. Visitors will also have the opportunity to purchase homemade bread, jellies, rolls, cakes, and pastries.
At 11:30 am, get in line for the German-Mennonite feast and sample all of the savory food, from traditional verenika to sausage and cracklins. The live auction begins at 1 pm with a variety of items up for auction. Bid on handmade quilts, farm items, woodcrafts, toys, afghans, wall hangings and more. The German Feast and Auction continues, with dinner at 5 pm to enjoy more of the traditional German feast.
10am: Doors open and silent auction begins.
11:30am-1:30pm: Lunch served
1pm: Live auction begins
5-7pm: Dinner served
About the Feast
The German Feast represents the culmination of the efforts of hundreds of people to put on CBA’s largest and most popular fundraiser event.
Dating back to 1964, the Feast is held on the first Saturday of February and consists of a noon and evening meal of authentic German food, including verenika, sour kraut, German sausage, mousse, zwieback, and last but not least, the German delicacy, schnetka.
Aside from the food, the event consists of a live and silent auction, where donated items such as exotic vacation packages, handmade quilts, and Thunder tickets are auctioned off to help fund the mission of Corn Bible Academy. Tickets to the event can be purchased from a CBA student or at the door on the day of the Feast.
(Saturday) 10:00 am - 7:00 pm
Corn, 208 N Reimer St