The program The German Heritage of St. Charles County will be in the O’Fallon City Hall, 100 N Main Street, Tuesday, June 6, 2017 at 6 pm. Please share this event with anyone interested in the German heritage of St. Charles County.
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Missouri Germans Zeitung for May 2017
On Tuesday, March 7, the “Missouri Immigrant Experience” exhibit opens in the Rozier Gallery at Jefferson Landing State Historic Site, which is located at 101 Jefferson Street in Jefferson City. The exhibit features modern and historical images of Missouri’s immigrant communities taken by Missouri-based artists. The traveling exhibition is sponsored by the Missouri Immigrant and Refugee Advocates (MIRA).
America is a melting pot for so many, as nearly all of our families were immigrants once. Once our own ancestors came here with their own dreams pinned with hope for a better future.
Quelle: After 2 1/2 years of preparation (researching, writing, editing with peers, searching for a publisher) my book is finally on the US market. Missouri Germans wants to let you know about this new book, and that it is now available for purchase on Amazon
The Utopia exhibition is an example of what can happen when a few people put our minds together in a collaboration, just imagine what the world would be like today if entire countries could work together like this.
What makes you think of the German Heritage in Missouri? Missouri Germans Consortium has partnered with the Missouri Humanities Council to create Missouri’s German Heritage Corridor. MHC’s new Director Steve Belko is…
One cannot go back. America is a melting pot for so many, as nearly all of our families were immigrants once. Once our own ancestors came here with their own dreams pinned with hope for a better future.
The German School Association of Greater St. Louis, an officially recognized Deutsche Sprachschule, is looking for German teachers and/or native speakers who enjoy teaching children or adults.