It’s German-American Day!

Come enjoy the most German Day of all and celebrate our National holiday with all of the German organizations in St. Louis!  Enjoy great German food, music, wine, beer and whole lot more. Watch the traditional German Folk dancers, and meet the German organizations of St. Louis! Saturday, October 7, 2017 at Donau Park in Jefferson County.

 

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German American Day 2016

It is almost time…If you are in Missouri and you are looking to celebrate your German gadaysmall(you’re not?!) Heritage!! Saturday, October 1st, 2016 at the German Cultural Hall (where else?!) at 3652 Jefferson in St. Louis, the German American Committee of St. Louis will sponsor our own annual German American Day!!!!! The event is free to the public and everyone is invited! 

Doors Open at Noon

St. Louis Honorary German Consul Paul Oberneufammen will open the 33rd Annual German American Day with a Proclamation!

Noon-5:00 PM LARGE HALL   Visit our Biergarten and enjoy some Pretzels and Beer (Must be over 21) or Kaffee and Kuchen.

Noon-5:00 PM CULTURAL HALL  Visit with all of the German American Associations in St. Louis and St. Charles and haveYG6 (2) some fun! learn more about their activities and how you can get involved.  The Missouri Humanities Council will be on hand to talk about Missouri’s German Heritage Corridor and the German Genealogical Society will help you research your German ancestors.

Visit  https://germanamericancommittee.org/ for the very latest info or call 636-221-1524

Group Location Event Time
Badischer Unterstuetzungeverein Culture Hall Sharing information All Day
Deutscher Maennerchor StL Main Hall Singing 1:00 PM
Federal Republic of Germany Main Hall Opening and Procalamation Noon
G.T.E.V. D’Froeliche Schuhplattler Main Hall Sharing information All Day
German American Committee of StL Culture Hall Event Sponsor All Day
German American Heritage Society of StL Entry Wine Raffle – Drawing at 4:45 All Day
German American Police Officers of Stl Culture Hall Sharing information All Day
German Cultural Society of StL Main Hall Beer sales All Day
Juggend Gruppe – Youth Group Main Hall Folk Dancing 2:00 PM
Dammenchor Main Hall Singing 1:00 PM
German Culture Center @UMSL Culture Hall Sharing Educational Resources All Day
German School Association Culture Hall Teaching you German Language All Day
Germanic Genealogy of St Louis Culture Hall Genealogical Research help All Day
Liederkranz Main Hall Singing 1:00 PM
Missouri Germans Consortium Culture Hall German Traditions All Day
Schuetzenverein von StL Culture Hall Range Demonstrations All Day
St Charles County German Heritage Club Culture Hall Exhibit on German emigration All Day
St Charles Sister City Ludwigsburg Culture Hall Sharing information All Day
St Charles Stammtisch Culture Hall A Stammtisch! All Day
Stammtisch StL Culture Hall Visiting w/German Speakers All Day
StL Bayern Verein Culture Hall Kaffee und Kuchen sponsor All Day
StL Stuttgart Sister Cities Culture Hall Exhibit on their Sister City All Day
StL-Bosseln Leagues Culture Hall Sharing information All Day
StL-Stuttgart Volksmarch Club Culture Hall Sharing information All Day
Missouri Humanities Council Culture Hall German Heritage Corridor All Day
Harry Wolf Main Hall Music & Alpenhorn 4:00 PM

GACLOGO2All Proceeds go to the German American Committee of St. Louis to continue the German American Heritage of St. Louis and St. Charles Missouri.

Got a question?

The Energy Crises

An event that may be of interest:

April 12, Tuesday:  5:30– 7:00 p.m.    Emerson Library Conference Room Webster University, 120 Boylston Street, Webster Groves, MO 63119  The St. Louis Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany,Webster University History, Politics, and International Relations Department and the Webster University Program in International Studies Discussion  with Dr.Rüdiger Graf  Senior Lecturer, Center for Contemporary History, Potsdam (Germany) on “The Energy Crises of the 1970s and the Origins of our Time:Sovereignty and Energy Policy in Western Europe and the US

Dr. Rüdiger Graf is a scholar at The Center for Contemporary Historical Research in Potsdam. He has been a John F. Kennedy Memorial Fellow at the Center for European Studies at Harvard University and a visiting scholar at New York University.

Beyond the Basics

The Germanic Genealogy Group of The German American Heritage Society of St. Louis, formerly Germanic Genealogy Special Interest Group, and the St. Louis Public Library invites you to an all-day genealogy seminar: German Genealogy Research: Beyond the Basics. The seminar will be held on Saturday,March 5, 

2016, in the Auditorium at the St. Louis Public Library Central Branch, in downtown St. Louis. Our guest speaker will be the noted speaker and author, Dr. Roger Minert, Ph.D, A.G.unnamed

The day will start with the opening of registration at 8:30 am and the first program starting at 9:00 am. There will be four programs offered during the day:
  • Cemeteries in Central Europe
  • Deciphering Handwriting in German Documents
  • Communicating with Agencies and Individuals in Europe
  • German Census Records

It will be a fun day of learning about German genealogy.

For those of you who have heard Dr. Minert speak, we are sure you will be the first to register for this special genealogy day. For those who have not heard him speak, we suggest you visit his website: http://www.rogerpminert.com.  He will be selling his books.  Personal checks accepted.

To learn more about other St. Louis German cultural organizations, representatives will be on hand to provide information about their organization.

The seminar is free and open to the public. Advanced registration is required.Space is limited.  Lunches can be pre-ordered from Urban Eats Café located on the Atrium level in Central Library, at http://go.urbaneatscafe.com/Box-Lunch.html, you may also make other personal choices for how to have lunch.

To registercall Central Library’s Genealogy Room at 314.539.0385 or see the Calendar of Events:  http://www.slpl.org/events/calendar.asp.  For more information, visit ggg-gahs.org.

The Germanic Genealogy Group of the German American Heritage Society of St. Louis is a member of the German American Committee of St Louis.