Friday, December 9, 2011

Celebrate with the German - American Institute of Nuremberg


Family Christmas Concert: „Stars, Bells & Cookies“

17:00
tl_files/dainbg/images/Fotos Programm/American_Christmas_11.12. Web.JPGThe story goes that one starry Christmas eve the German preacher, Martin Luther, while walking home, cut down a tree. He took it home and trimmed it with candles which stood for stars. Doing so he started the custom of trimming the Christmas trees. This custom Germans brought to America.
Enjoy an enchanting family afternoon with classical American tunes, lots of original cakes and candies.
Kids are very welcome!

Sonntag, 11.12.
Doors open: 16.00 Uhr
Concert: 17.00 Uhr
Epiphaniaskirche Nürnberg U/Maximilianstr.
Eintritt frei
dt./engl. Sprache

Monday, December 5, 2011

HENhaus Winter Quarterly Meeting - Mark Your Calendars!


Mark your calendars!  HENhaus is very excited to again announce that they will be welcoming Rebecca Weber as their guest speaker at our next quarterly meeting!  We enjoyed her discussion on German customs so much at the summer meeting that they thought they would invite her back to do it again!  HENhaus is announcing now, before the holiday rush so that you can get it on your calendar for January once the holiday season is over...

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HENhaus Cordially Invites You to A Lecture on German Culture:
"Life in Germany How To Get Along with Your Neighbors and Avoid Offending your Waitress." Installment 2
With Rebecca K. Weber
Hosted by HENhaus
At Our Winter 2012 Quarterly Meeting
All are Welcome!
January 25th 10:00 – 12:00
Erlangen Begegnungszentrum – Raum 2 (Untergeschoss)
Fröbelstr. 6
91058 Erlangen
Toys and space for young children available.
Please RSVP to henhausnewcomer@gmail.com by 1/22
www.henhaus.org