Ebersdorfer youth dances over the anger

On sunday the people of ebersdorf celebrated kirchweih in bright sunshine. The boys’ and girls’ society paraded through the village, then danced all afternoon on the historic anger. Before that, however, the "great waiter" had the trees cut down willi rentsch the ebersdorf residents, the mayor with his city council, the pastor, etc. High life.

Numerous onlookers and visitors were at the anger to admire the dapper girls in their historical costumes and the boys as they danced the three traditional dances waltz, polka and rheinlander over the anger. Of course the frankenwald musicians from windheim were in action again this year. These musicians have accompanied the traditional costume parade and the boys’ parade for many years and have long been an integral part of the ebersdorf church fair.

The efforts for this festival have been worthwhile. Already on tuesday after the ludwigsstadter schutzenfest the final began. From this point on, the boys and girls were in action almost every evening. This year’s preparations once again involved an immense amount of work.

A huge party

For the entire village, the traditional kirchweih is a huge festival. For the young people, this means maintaining tradition, cohesion, contact with the young people from the neighboring villages. The ebersdorfer kirchweih was already mentioned in 1647 for the first time.

The work continues today, monday. At 10 o’clock an early pint takes place. In the afternoon there will be another traditional costume parade. Afterwards the "men’s procession" takes place instead of. The kirchweih couples look for dance partners from the local population with whom they march through the village and then dance on the anger. In the evening there is again a dance with the frankenwald musicians from windheim.

On tuesday, there will be an early morning pint from 10 a.M. And light music in the afternoon. At 8 p.M. The kirchweih ends with a dance.