Christkindl Market - GAUKEL STREET - Main Festivities02decAll Day05(All Day) Gaukle Street, Kitchener
Experience the magic and splendor of our outdoor village of 22 wooden huts.Daytime, enjoy the sounds of many of our concerts, bands and choirs from 2019. Evenings about 5:00 pm, relive
Experience the magic and splendor of our outdoor village of 22 wooden huts.
Daytime, enjoy the sounds of many of our concerts, bands and choirs from 2019.
Evenings about 5:00 pm, relive highlights of the past 25 years on our new video wall, including Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus, sung by The Grand Philharmonic Choir, Christkindl & her helper Knecht Ruprecht.
Official Christkindl Post Office. Bring your pre-stamped holiday mail for the official Christkindl cancel.
Come meet members of the Ice-Stock team on Saturday. Ask them about this upcoming Winter Olympic Sport.
Masks are required and social distancing is encouraged. Other restrictions are subject to change based on Public Health advisories.
GAUKEL ST. HOURS
|Thursday December 2||4PM – 8PM|
|Friday December 3||12PM – 8PM|
|Saturday December 4||10AM – 8PM|
|Sunday December 5||10AM – 4PM|
Getting there by Transit
Victoria Park ION station serves Southbound Passengers toward Fairway (Mall) station
Kitchener City Hall ION station serves Northbound Passengers toward Conestoga (Mall) station
december 2 (Thursday) - 5 (Sunday)
Gaukle Street, Kitchener
Phone: (519) 570-HANS (4267)
Toll Free : (888) 294-HANS (4267)
2 King Street West, Kitchener, ON, N2G 1A3
We acknowledge that the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest Inc. Head Office is situated on the traditional territory of the Neutral, Anishinaabeg and Haudenosaunee Peoples. We also acknowledge that the Kitchener-Waterloo Oktoberfest community festival takes place on this traditional territory. It is the settlers of this traditional territory whose cultural roots we celebrate during Oktoberfest. We also recognize and respect the cultural diversity that First Nations, Métis, and Inuit people bring to our community and recognize their past and present contributions to this land.
We encourage our community to continue their reconciliation journey along with us by visiting the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation (NCTR).
To find out more information about the land that you’re on, visit Native-Land and Whose Land.