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March 3   The Edelweiss/The German American Klub

Culture Night – Finding your German Roots
Steve Schmidt from the Indiana State Library will present “Finding Indiana’s German Roots  with the help of the Indiana State Library.”  He will inform us about the great German heritage in Indiana and how the state library can assist us in finding out more about our own German ancestors.   The presentation is free and starts at 7:00 pm in the banquet room. 
March 19  
The Verein der Donauschwaben Cincinnati invites you to a truly unique evening on Thursday, March 19 of Authentic German Musik performed by some of best known artists from Germany and Tirol.  As an added bonus, you are welcome to come early for a wonderful and authentic Pork Dinner made by our wonderful members.
As noted in the flyer below, the key details are:
  • When - Thursday, March 19
  • Times - Pork Dinner at 5:30 (optional) / Show at 7:30
  • Admission - Pork Dinner $10 (optional) / Show $15
  • Where - Donauschwaben Society (4290 Dry Ridge Road / 45252)
  • Reservations via - Helmut Wolfram (513-451-6452 /
We truly appreciate your support of this special tradition and know you will have a great time!
March 20 & 21  
The IGHS Annual Meeting will be March 20 and 21 in Cincinnati and you will not want to miss it. The program and registration information are attached.

To book a room contact the Hampton Inn -- Uptown University (513-281-2700: 3024 Vine Street, Cincinnati, Ohio, 45219, USA) for reservations. The cut-off for reservations to reserve a room in our block is 6 March.

Please contact Lee Little at with questions.
March 24  

The Indianapolis Eric M. Warburg Chapter of the American Council on Germany and BKD, LLP cordially invite every to a Luncheon and Discussion with Christian Simon, Federal Criminal Police Office Senior Liaison Officer and Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany Washington DC on“International Police Cooperation between the U.S. and Germany Tasks, Goals and Challenges”

Tuesday, March 24, 2015
11:30AM Arrival
12:00PM-1:30PM Program

Capital Conference Center
201 West Illinois Street #200
Indianapolis, IN 46204

The event is free of charge. Reservation is required. RSVP to Tracy A. Brandenburg at or 317.383.4157 by March 18, 2015.



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  • Berne Chamber of Commerce
    P.O. Box 85
    Berne, Indiana 46711
    Phone: 219-589-8080 Fax: 219-589-8384

  • Germania Maennerchor Volksfest
    Paul Bockstege
    916 N. Fulton Ave.
    Evansville, IN 47710

  • Germanfest Fort Wayne
    Jutta Hornbeck phone/fax 219-436-4064

  • Goshen Ethnic Fair
    Goshen College

  • Heinrichsdorf Fest Director
    St. Henry Rectory
    1311 W. 1100 S. Ferdinand, IN 47532

  • Hoagland Oktoberfest
    Harold & Marceil Kleine
    16404 U.S. Hwy 27 S.
    Decatur, IN 46733

  • Huntingburg - Herbstfest
    Huntingburg Chamber of Commerce

  • Jasper Strassenfest
    Dubois County Tourism Division
    P.O. Box 404
    Jasper, IN 47547-0404
    Phone: 812-482-9115 FAX: 812-481-2809

  • Knightstown Oktoberfest
    Cassandra Steele
    The Knightstown Chamber of Commerce

  • Oktoberfest
    Michigan City, IN 46361

  • Oldenburg Freudenfest
    Paul A. Selkirk
    Box 121
    Oldenburg, IN 47036

  • Seymour Oktoberfest, Inc.
    Seymour, IN 47274
    888-524-1914 or 812-523-1414

  • Tell City Schweizer Fest
    Perry County Convention & Visitors Center

  • Terre Haute
    German Oberlandler Club
    1616 Lafayette Ave.
    Terre Haute, IN 47804
    John Phillips, Oktoberfest Chair 812-466-9260

  • Vevay - Swiss Wine Festival
    800-HELLO VV

  • Germanfest Vincennes
    Ralph Ruppel
    R. 5, Box 280
    Vincennes, IN 47591

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Last Update: 1.5.2015