“On the evening of October 7, 1989 several hundred people got together for some evening exercise and marched for the right to go for walks without the Berlin Wall getting in their way.”
Come watch “Goodbye Lenin!“, a tragicomedy that explores how East Germans dealt with the total collapse of their state. A fascinating look at one of the more dramatic periods of modern history.
Winner of several awards, including Best Actor, Best Film, Best Screenwriter, and Best Foreign Language Film.
German with English subtitles. Facebook event here.
Date: Thurs, Feb. 4
Place: German Haus, 135 High st.
Freitag, 29. January um 16:00.
Kaffee, Kuchen, und Unterhaltung!
Deutsches Haus, 135 High St.
And in case that didn’t make sense to you:
When: Friday, Jan. 29th at 4:00pm
What: Coffee, cake, and conversation!
Where: German Haus, 135 High St.
All levels (including none) of German welcome!
This week, there will be Wesleyan students who studied in Germany and German students from Regensburg there to answer questions. Come learn more about studying abroad in Germany, particularly about our program in Regensburg, and enjoy the usual Kaffee und Kuchen as well!
Date: Jan. 29th
Place: German Haus, 135 High St.
German Haus is throwing a big party this Thursday Night. It’s been a while since G-Haus has had a party, and I am excited to mingle with the fancy pants.
Where: German Haus, 135 High St
When: Thursday, 10pm – 2am
What: Party w/ Live DJ, Free Strudel and free Kuchen (Cake). They will also have popular German Beverages.
Please knock loud as the main party will be happening downstairs.
See also: facebook event