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German Lunch Table

Look for this hot-air balloon by the German Lunch Table

Look for this hot-air balloon by the German Lunch Table

The German House is hosting a German Lunch Table on Thursday, March 5, in Usdan between 12-1 p.m.  Just walk up the stairs and turn right and go to the QUIET SIDE. Your host this Thursday will be Rachel.

Lunch table schedule2015

“Kaffee und Kuchen” at the German House

Converse in German as good as you can :), eat cake, and enjoy a cup of coffee!

65 Lawn Ave

Friday, February 13th, from 4-5PM

For more information, please contact Toys

Kaffeeklatsch

Visit the German House this Sunday, February 8, 2015 as part of the program Housing Hopping Day >> 12.00 PM – 5.00 PM

The German house members organized a Scavenger Hunt, and you can decorate cookies!

Kaffee und Kuchen

Come to the German House, converse in German as good as you can :), eat cake, and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee.

Location:  65 Lawn Ave,
Time: Friday, November 14th 4:00-5 p.m.
For more information, please contact Toys.
Kaffeeklatsch

Oktoberfest

Oktoberfest at the German House on 65 Lawn Ave.

When: Saturday, October 25, from 4-6 p.m.

Come and sample pretzels, pumpkin pie, and German sausages.

 

oktoberfest-vinings

Kaffee und Kuchen

Come to the German House, converse in German as good as you can :), eat cake, and enjoy a cup of tea or coffee.

 Location:  65 Lawn Ave,
Time: Friday,  October 10th 4:00-5 p.m.
For more information, please contact Toys.
 
Kaffeeklatsch

Plätzchen

 

Come and join us this Friday afternoon to  converse in German, while eating cookies and drinking coffee.

Location: German House, 65 Lawn Ave

Time: Friday, November 1st 4:30-6pm

If you have any questions, please contact house manager  Kaito Abe.

You can also join the German House on facebook.

Come and celebrate and try some

Weißwurst (veal sausage)Sauerkraut, Kartoffelsalat (potato salad) and Apfelsaftschorle (sparkling apple juice)

at the German House on 65 Lawn Ave.,

on October 11, at 6 p.m.

sponsored by the German House and the German department


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Location: German House, 45 Lawn Ave

Time: Friday, September 20th 4:30-6pm

Missed socializing in German in our cozy living room?  We’re back with COOKIES!

This Kaffee und “Plätzchen” (coffee and cookies) will feature the director of Study Abroad, Carolyn Sorkin, Frau Bork, our very own German professor, and a couple of current Wes students who just came back from Germany.

Carolyn Sorkin and Frau Bork will be introducing the study abroad programs and the students will be sharing their experiences. There will be plenty of time to ask questions.

Come and join us this Friday afternoon to talk about studying abroad in Germany, converse in German, and eat cookies.

If you have any questions please contact house manager  Kaito Abe. And you can join the German House on facebook.

Kaffee & Kuchen

Join us for another Kaffeestunde

at the German House at 65 Lawn Avenue

Friday, February 22 from 5-6:30 p.m.

Talk German and learn more about living in the German House

while enjoying a cup of coffee and some cake.

Kaffeestunde

Join us for another Kaffeestunde

in the German House at 65 Lawn Avenue

Friday, October 26 from 5-6:30 p.m.

Talk German while enjoying a cup of coffee and some cake.

OKTOBERFEST

Pretzel Making

 

Pretzel making at the German House

65 Lawn Ave, on Saturday, Sept. 29 from 2-5 p.m.

Everyone is invited!

Interested in studying abroad in Germany?

Join us for our first Kaffeestunde this semester in the German House at 65 Lawn Avenue on Wednesday, September 19 from 5-6:30 p.m. You will meet former Wesleyan students who have studied in Regensburg and Berlin. They will talk about their experiences and answer questions.

The members of German house would like to share their study/work experiences in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland and give you helpful tips about available program options and lifestyle abroad.

Elena Georgieva will talk about science programs in Germany, Austria, and Switzerland during and after graduation, as well as some work possibilities for science majors.

Nathan Shane will talk about studying music and German (and learning to cook!) while living in Leipzig, and how participating in such a different educational system gave him more perspective on his experience at Wesleyan.

Lana will talk about  the Wesleyan-Vanderbilt-Wheaton program in Regensburg which she did, and also about how one can take music and psychology classes that were counted towards her majors. Steffi, our exchange student from Regensburg also be there to answer any questions.

Our guest, Sara Lynch, who went to Berlin as part of the Duke in Berlin program will talk about her experience.

Frau Bork will also be there and answer any questions about Regensburg, the Duke in Berlin and the Columbia in Berlin programs.

The rest of the house members will be there to share our excitement with German culture and assist you with any other questions related to campus German life. Bring your questions, maybe laptops, and stomachs ready for cake!

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