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A Newcomer’s Perspective, by Mike Stirm II

I first encountered the United German Hungarians’ Cultural Group two years ago. I was sitting at a table with my family during Maifest at the Cannstatter. The group took the stage and began to do a partnered folk dance. I was struck by the grace of the dancers, the beauty of the music and the traditional dress. I felt pride for my German-Hungarian descent rise in me—and a desire to be part of what I was witnessing.

Rosemarein & the 2021 Kirchweihfest, by Michael Fricker

Entertainment Review: We connect our own memories and feelings from a young age of our club, our friends, or our family. When we gather each year for the Kirchweihfest I hope each of us takes a moment to reflect on all of these traditions and on the symbols of them.

2020 - Kirchweihgruppe

Kirchweihfest: Make Your Reservations Today!

You can hear the music, steady, sure, and quiet at first but growing louder as you get close. Cheers from young voices and ones young at heart bring smiles to your faces. These people are gathered for the Kirchweihfest and you will not want to miss it!

“Home Out of State,” by Sasha Malofiy Jr.

The atmosphere is also very unique. From hearing German music in the background, great competition, and our super fans always getting rowdy during games, it makes this weekend second to none. We can always count on our super fans to turn it into a “home game” for us.

“A New Standard is Set,” by Gabe Dwyer

As a player whose family has been part of U.G.H. for about 70 years, it is a great honor to play for the team and to play in competitions like the US National Donauschwaben tournament.

2021 US Donauschwaben Recap, by Jason Karasow

My goal as a player and now coach is to have the other team come off that field after a U.G.H. win and make a comment like, “Wow, that team is good. No way we could have beat that team.”

1989 GH Major Team

German Hungarians & the National Donauschwaben Tournament

History and facts about our club's participation in the US National Donauschwaben Tournament.

A Cultural Exchange with the United German Hungarians

A meeting taking place on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays of every month discussing topics surrounding our ethnic Danube Swabian culture, our club, and our people. Meetings are held by zoom. Please contact mfricker92@hotmail.com to sign up. Topics We have discussed: Maps of Back HomeBack to the Banat by Victor WendlThe Julius Doppler StoryOnce a … Continue reading A Cultural Exchange with the United German Hungarians