Programs & Events

List of Upcoming Events and Programs

GTHS Board

How to get involved

Change is inevitable — except from a vending machine. ~Robert C. Gallagher

Please join us at one of our board meetings and see what we’re all about.

Your German-Texan Heritage Society would like to see you get involved.

Together we can move mountains.

Next board meeting is planned for August 11th at 507 E. 10th Street, Austin, Texas 78701.


To give and then not feel that one has given is the very best of all ways of giving. ~Max Beerbohm

As a non profit we appreciate and value every cent

If you’d like to donate to the German-Texan Heritage Society you can either write us a check and mail it to:


P.O.Box 684171

Austin, Texas 78768


or come to the office at:

507 E. 10th Street

Austin, Texas 78701


or donate online here




$5,000 for redesigning and updating our downstairs kitchen and school room.

• Gently used appliances needed:




chairs and tables


• $3,200 for the building of more Christmas market stands (see pictures below)

hoping to build four more at $800/each (material cost only)

“Special Thanks” go out to Wing Evans for his architectural know-how and for developing and building these marvelous stands for us. Wing, you’re just plain awesome!


• $$$ for the building of disability access ramps



Our Festivals would like to see you!

Maifest, Oktoberfest, Christmas Market...

We are always looking for volunteers, no matter what your skill, we are pretty sure that we can put you to good use. Just give us a call at 512-467-4569 or write us an email at Thank you!



If you like German music, food and beer, please consider being a volunteer! At all of our festivals, we will need people to help with set up, clean up, cashier, refreshments, and more. If you’re a student and need extra volunteer hours, we will be happy to present you with a volunteer certificate.


Do you love to garden? Our beautiful gardens would like to see you and your eager hands to do some magic.  There are weeds to be pulled and bushes to be pruned. The gardens have a lot of potential. It is up to our volunteers to unlock such potential.