Location:University of Dallas
Haggerty Art Village Auditorium (Movie) Haggerty Art Village Vestibule (Reception Area) 1845 E. Northgate Drive | Irving, TX 75062-4736
To most Germans today soccer is a truly German game.
Very few Germans recognize that soccer came to Germany only at the beginning of the 1870s as part of the school reform movement. Teachers such as Konrad Koch (Braunschweig) championed the introduction of this game into high school curricula to break free from instruction that furthered conformity and subordination.
German Unity Day Fest
01 October 2017 / 3.30pm-6pm at the Dallas Heritage Village
Dallas Goethe Center in collaboration with the German American Chambers of Commerce of the Southern United States, Inc.
Thank you to our Sponsors!
Directed by Katherine Owens
Let's celebrate winter and join us for an authentic German Grünkohlessen
A specialty from North Germany, Grünkohl (kale) and sausage is a delicious winter comfort food.
Thursday, January 26, 2017 | 6:00pm – 8:00pm
Kuby’s Sausage House
6601 Snider Plaza | Dallas, TX 75205
$45 Admission, incl. food, alcohol-free beverages and coffee
Attendees will have the chance to win a gift basket.
Christ Lutheran Church
3001 Lovers Lane | Dallas, TX 75225
Saint Paul's Evangelical and Reformed Church
6464 East Lovers Lane | Dallas, TX 75214
Join the German Drama Class at UT Arlington for an evening of love, laughs, and magic!
Tuesday, December 6 | 6:55pm
Hereford University Center | Rosebud Theater
UT Arlington | 300 W First Street
Arlington, TX 76010
Tarrant County College invites you to attend its Nikolausfest.
Enjoy typical German holiday cakes and cookies, drinks, games, crafts, singing and much more!
Saturday, December 3 | 1pm - 3pm
Tarrant County College | NE Campus
College Hall (NCAB 1111)
828 W. Harwood Road
Hurst, TX 76054
Open to ALL! Bring the family!