We will hold week long summer camps in June (24-28), July (15-19) and August (5-9) again this year from 9am-2pm, Monday through Friday. These camps are total immersion German Language summer camps for our littlest friends from 3-14 years old. With lots of fun, hands on learning and summer activities we will have you grinning from ear to ear.
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.
Maifest: "Oktoberfests' little sister" - die kleine Schwester! where you can enjoy a good beer "Prost!", German food "Guten Appetit" and music "Jawohl". Bring the "Kinder" and have them play and do some arts and crafts. This is a celebration of "Frühling". We could call it Springfest but we like the German tradition of Maifest. We hope you do too.
Come join our Speaker Series with lots of interesting and fun Speakers. Most talks are Sunday afternoons, once a month during certain times of the year. Some even display their art/works/cause in our school for you to look at. It's always free but we won't throw you out if you'd like to make a donation.
Every Thursday from noon-1pm you can practice your German for FREE - Having fun is a must - the coffee is mostly hot and there's always a little snack to be had - beer included on special occasions only :-)
The German-Texan Heritage Society presents to you together with the Austin Sister City Alliance and the Austin Saengerrunde our first annual Karneval. Come in your most fun and silly Karneval Costume and celebrate with us on March 2nd, 2019 from 6pm to 10pm at the Saengerrunde Hall. There will be German Music & Dance, Food & Drinks. Yes, we’re a family friendly event! To buy your tickets visit: austinsistercities.com/koblenz-germany
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