The German-Texan Heritage Society presents to you together with the Austin Sister City Alliance and the Austin Saengerrunde our second annual Karneval. SATURDAY FEBRUARY 22, 6pm-10pm at Saengerrunde Hall. Come in your most fun and silly Karneval Costume and celebrate with us. There will be German Music & Dance, Food & Drinks. Yes, we’re a family friendly event!
Come meet Maifest - the little sister of Oktoberfest! This years' Maifest will be held May 2nd. 2020. All events are held on the grounds of our historical German Free School. Wander back in time and experience live music, food, and Gemütlichkeit in our beautiful gardens. Gemütlichkeit, you ask? It’s a German word used to describe a state of belonging, warmth, and friendliness.
Going on vacation in Europe or just want to learn the language?Learn German. It's a smart idea! We offer German Language classes for Children & Adults in multiple locations in and around the greater Austin area. As a Goethe certified testing center we follow the Goethe curriculum so that you can pick up where you left off weather you move to China or Timbuktu.
Making Spirits Bright! Come shop at our most traditional German Christmas Market with authentic, imported, handcrafted Christmas items while sipping on some Gluehwein (hot spiced wine), sampling Christmas Stollen and enjoying our German food and beer.
Come and enjoy a cup of coffee while practicing your German language skills. We have people from all walks of life join us for this free event once a week. Know a little German or a are a native speaker? No matter your background, we can learn from each other.
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Great organization with lots of many engaging events throughout the year. You have to come see their grounds in downtown Austin! A gem of a location. Brent Hunter
We had a blast yesterday at the German Christmas Market. Great food, very nice people and awesome souvenirs. Fabianna Blanco
This was a cute little market with hot chocolate, coffee, samples of Gluehwein and gingerbread cookies provided for a donation along with a brat and pretzel stand, beer stand and a German band playing before you enter the building to the marketplace. Coming from LA I really enjoyed the homely feel of this market which had beautiful ornaments and hand-crafted wood toys, the offerings weren't huge in quantity, but were very much quality, beautiful items...overall a lovely event to attend whilst in Austin.Serena Lorien