The St. Louis German-American Community invites St. Louis to celebrate National German-American Day!
Join us for this family friendly week of programs that celebrate the St. Louis region’s wonderful German-American heritage with several programs, events, and even a feast as we celebrate German… Read more German American Day 2018 →
Karneval has begun! The Fifth Season ends with the great Winter Ball on February 3rd.
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.
in SCHADENFREUDE, A Love Story, Rebecca Schuman relates her personal encounters with the country and people behind it all…
There are different words in German for the Carnival or “Mardi Gras” Season: Karneval, Fasching and Fastnacht. Although all three refer to the same pre-Lenten holiday season, they each reflect the regional customs and traditions in Germany. Missouri Germans have immigrated from all over Germany for the past 175 years. The Fifth Season in St. Louis is most commonly referred to as Karneval and will begin on the 11th of November !
Here is Die Zeitung the Missouri Germans Consortium‘s Newsletter for August. We have lots to share this month! Lots of great programs and events! WE ARE ST LOUIS – AND –… Read more Zeitung →
In St. Louis, in 1983, a group of all St. Louis regional German-American Vereins, societies, groups, and such; established itself as the German-American Committee, to continue to preserve and perpetuate the German customs, traditions and language of this region. It currently consists of the Presidents or a designated representative of German-American organizations in our region, and celebrates German American Day on the first Saturday of October every year.