RADA — Old World charm comes to Hampshire County Sunday with an Oktoberfest to benefit a local nonprofit. 

The festival runs from noon to 7 p.m. at the Flying Squirrel Ranch and Farm on Rada Road, off U.S. 220. 

Festival-goers will find German-style food (think brats and brew), dessert and spirits for those old enough to imbibe. 

A polka band from Annapolis, Md., the Polka Terps, will provide live music. You can try your hand at ax-throwing and your lips at kissing a cursed Gypsy. 

Proceeds will benefit Keyser’s Indie on Main Charitable Trust. 

Tickets are available by calling 304-359-4254 or visiting flyingsquirrelranch.com or theindieonmain.com.o

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