Performances of our Children's Cultural Group at Christmas time go back to the beginning of this group in the 1960s. Many of adult and young adult dancers today were childhood members of the Cultural Group. In the decade of the 2000s, Jerry Lineman took video of our performances at the Christmas Party, added title cards, … Continue reading WATCH: 2005 – 2008 Christmas Programs
From time to time, events like these warrant a different kind of coverage here at our website and for our ongoing record. Checkout the below thoughts about the workshop from om our members and some of our guests:
Through the wonderful efforts of the Landesverband der Donauschwaben, U.S.A., the United German Hungarians will be hosting a cultural dancing workshop on November 7 & 8, 2023 for dancers ages 12 & up with previous dance experience. Hansi Mueller & three assistants are traveling to the United States from Timișoara, Romania. Mueller is a certified … Continue reading Dance Instructor Hansi Mueller to lead Cultural Dancing Workshop with United German Hungarians
This weekend is Brauhaus Schmitz's 23rd Street ARMORY OKTOBERFEST and we will be there Friday. and Saturday!
Join our dancers as they head to NJ with Brauhaus Schmitz on Saturday, September 23.
We may not be “On the Square” today but Karina takes us back to the Street Festival with Brauhaus Schmitz while we wait for September 30th! #oktoberfest
There is an abundance of Oktoberfest Celebrations this weekend in Philadelphia & Delaware!
Plenty of options for fest-ing are available this Saturday, and we can't wait for you to Join us!
Chris tells us a story about Augustoberfest in MD, yes that's Oktoberfest in August!
On a rather fine Sunday afternoon in mid-August our dance group had the pleasure of performing at the German American Society’s Founders’ Day. Even the most forgetful among us will recall that this was the location of last year’s Eastern Region Trenton Treffen. Founders’ Day is much like an anniversary dinner and is a “newer” … Continue reading Stiftungsfest (Founder’s Day) at German American Society in Trenton, by Anna Martini