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.
Each fest brings it's own unique quality and differences, but there is always one thing that remains the same. What's that you might ask? Germany Jersey guy. -Wing King
Don't miss the chance to see our club favorite Heimatklaenge this fall! Checkout their fall Fest Season schedule!
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!
Our group brings German folk dancing not only to the German American community, but to all our friends and neighbors regardless of ethnic background. Checkout our schedule below:
Known to many affectionately as “Hoagie,” he had an ability to make us laugh like very few others and we all as German Hungarians will miss those laughs and the man that caused them so often.
We are on our way and I am so happy communicate some good news to all of you! The news is that we are getting back to what we once called normal with a “Schedule of Events”!
Celebrate our Traditional Kirchweih in a Festive Picnic Grove Setting at the Phoenix Sport Club.
The German Hungarians have a saying, you make your own fun. It could be extended to read “you make your own fun, despite whatever circumstances might be standing in opposition to what would conventionally be considered ‘fun.’” Recent times have been anything but conventional fun. The thing is, dear friends, if you make your own fun, it does … Continue reading United in Fun, by Michael Fricker
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Andy Weyershaeuser Sr. Please keep his family especially Regina in your prayers. Andy was born in Philadelphia. As a small boy of 8 years his father and mother announced their decision to return to their native Country of Germany, and in April of 1941 … Continue reading In Memoriam: Andy Weyershaeuser Sr.