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News in our Community
Kinderhaus in Brooklyn is looking for a full or part time Preschool Coordinator. For more info click here.
Meet other German speaking Moms for a food, drinks and conversation.
When: TODAY, October 20th at 7:30PM
Where: Lavender Lake, 383 Carroll Street, Gowns
Have you never tried “Lieder & Geschichten”?
Sign up for a one time $10 trial class for your child any in any of our age groups! And if you like it, you will be able to sign up for the rest of the semester at a fantastic discount right then and there! Please send an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your spot.
DATE: SATURDAY, OCTOBER 25TH
- 0-2YRS: 10AM-10:45AM
- 3-5 YRS: 11:10AM-12:30PM
- 6-9 YRS: 12:40-2PM
WIR FREUEN UNS, NEUE FAMILIEN KENNENZULERNEN!
The German School Brooklyn (GSB) is inviting for a series of Open House and General Information Sessions.
German International School New York is hosting a one day Arts & Crafts Fair featuring international artists from the school community (parents, staff and students). There will be a large range of media from paintings, pastels and photography as well as ceramics, jewelry and wood, just to name a few. Join us for the opening ceremony at 11.30 a.m. and allow yourself a little time, perhaps a lot of time, to explore the distinctive items and lovely gifts that can only be found here. Light refreshments and snacks are available for sale.
Kastanienmännchen | Drachenfliegen | Bratäpfel
Join us for a fun fall-themed afternoon in Prospect Park this Sunday from 3-5PM. Tickets are $20 for the whole family and include all crafts, coffee, cookies, and of course the apples.
Are you pregnant and would like to attend a birth education class in German? Steffi Heintzler is a German midwife and New York Doula with a wealth of experience in both countries. Sign up for her birth education crash course on November 8th from 3-5PM.
On Monday, September 22nd, the German School Brooklyn held their official Opening Ceremony with students, parents, and officials in attendants. After several short speeches and heart-warming performances by the students the Consul General of New York, Ms. Brita Wagener and the Head of Cultural Affairs, Mr. Jakob von Wagner handed out the traditional German “Schultuete” . Read more in the official report of the German Consulate.
- Resides in the US not more than 8 years
- Send money regularly back home to their country (Germany)