In a Press Release from The San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts, they have announced  partnering with Plateau Brewing Company on Saturday, October 16th for Plateauberfest, a public celebration of craft beer and community.

Plateau Brewing Co., a locally-owned and operated Brewery and taproom, will host the
business’s inaugural Plateauberfest event from noon to 5 p.m. this Saturday, Oct. 16, at
214 South Chadbourne St. and in the adjacent parking lot. This family friendly event
will be a nod to traditional German Oktoberfest and include a variety of craft beers from
Plateau Brewing Co., live music, German themed fare from Southern Smoked BBQ,
October-fest themed games and more!

SAMFA’s Education Department will be working with children and families from noon until 3 p.m. creating free sugar skulls in preparation for the upcoming Dia de Los Muertos event hosted at SAMFA on October 30th.

SAMFA’s new Concho Clay Studio Manager will be at Plateau Brewery for
Plateauberfest demonstrating throwing techniques with clay including beer steins. This is a great chance to register for new ceramic classes this fall.

For this special event, Plateau Brewing Co. is partnering with Concho Valley Regional Food Bank to take on hunger in the community and to restock pantries ahead of the holidays. Plateauberfest patrons are invited to bring two shelf-stable canned goods to the event to receive one dollar off their first pint of PBC craft beer or $3 off the purchase of a commemorative Stein, which comes with two refills. Additionally, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of Plateau Brewing Co. German beers sold
at the event will be donated to the Food Bank.

SAMFA’s Education Department builds connections between SAMFA and the community- both local and globally. This is implemented through gallery and studio programs, outreach and digital resources. These programs provide opportunities
for people of all ages to imagine, think critically, discuss, and create. The opportunity to create life-long learners and enhance community health and involvement in the arts is directly related to generous sponsors including Texas
Commission on the Arts, National Endowments for the Arts, Sterling-Turner Foundation, Mary Ellen Kent Bunyard Foundation, HEB and more.

For more information, contact Bekah Coleman at education@samfa.org or call 653-3333.

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