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August 17, 2013 12:00 AM

Oktoberfests, Biketoberfest, surfing are fall highlights

Always popular celebrations, Oktoberfests are staged in a number of venues in Florida. Now Jacksonville is joining the festivities with its first Oktoberfest Oct. 11-13, which it calls Jaxtoberfest. On tap: German cuisine and beer, chicken dances and polkas, live entertainment on multiple stages, fun and games.

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