The comradery and laughter was heard throughout the hall and all the way to the bar nearby. A good time was had by all.
I’ve written a piece like this one before, so please forgive me for treading into the same waters. Each event we have is unique, no matter how much of it falls into the same comforts we all enjoy. The people, most of all are what contribute to this. People grow and change and with them our events do.
With things over the past few years being different within our club, organization, and the world it was lovely to see all of our members and the German Hungarian family gather and celebrate this Christmas season together. It was a joyful event all in all and was a festive way to kick off Christmas week!
Entertainment Review: On Saturday, October 23, our Gala 110th Anniversary, held at the Cannstatter V.V. put on display and gathered together all that makes being 110-plus years old matter. It was easy also to see the threads and materials of our future success in the many aspects of our club life in action that evening. What follows is a review of the event written in sections by Karina Fricker and I.
This article features a series of quotes from our members, guests, friends and families about our Gala Anniversary celebrating 110 Years!
Entertainment Review: The Women’s Auxiliary of the United German Hungarians is happy to report that we were able to host a Spring Penny Party. This being our first Penny Party since the fall of 2019 due to COVID-19 restrictions, we are happy that we were able to get together.
Entertainment Review: On Saturday, June 1 the Kinder found themselves participating in the 26. Mid-Atlantic Kinderfest hosted by the German Hungarians on the grounds of Trifecta Sporting Club.
What makes a good event? Is it the music? Is it the food and drink? The people? Is it that prevailing location, location, location? I think every good event has a few of these but the thing about great events is that they have a combination of all of these. The event on Saturday evening, … Continue reading HK Night at the Austrian Village, by Michael Fricker