Events

Christ the King Lutheran Church 2017 Ostergottesdienst – German Language Easter Service

Die Christ the King Lutheran Church heisst Euch herzlich willkommen zum Ostergottesdienst in deutscher Sprache unter freiem Himmel mit Empfang im Gemeindesaal am 16. April 2017 um 14 Uhr. Die Kirche befindet sich an 2353 Rice Boulevard.  Man kann kostenlos auf dem Rice University Stadiumparkplatz parken. Christ the King Lutheran […]

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Murder, Mayhem and a Great Meal – Join Paul Hopper on the “Goetterdaemmerung – The Twilight of Houston Grand Opera’s Ring Cycle”

Murder, Mayhem, and a great Meal – the curse of the Ring continues as potions lead to betrayals, deception, and murder. The Houston-Leipzig Sister City Association cordially invites you to a social gathering and talk with the inimitable Paul Hopper, dramaturg at the Houston Grand Opera on Götterdämmerung – The Twilight […]

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2017 Annual Texas German Society Convention In La Grange, Texas

The Texas German Society to Hold its State-wide Annual Convention in La Grange March 18 By Paul Schenck An estimated 400 members of the Texas German Society (TGS) and its seventeen chapters from throughout the state will meet in La Grange on March 18. This 34th annual state convention of […]

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HOWDY RODEO FANS AT THE GERMAN INSTITUTE!!!

I am a volunteer for the Carnival Ticket Sales Committee representing the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo.  Through the sales of HALF PRICE carnival packs, admission tickets and the solicitation of donations, our dedicated volunteers raised $7.8 million last year alone to help support the Show’s mission and Texas youth […]

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The German American Chamber Presents: Getting Trade Policy Right – A German Perspective

Boris Ruge, Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission of the Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany in Washington, D.C. will present and discuss Germany’s perspective on international trade relations. Mr. Boris Ruge has been the Minister and Deputy Chief of Mission of the German Embassy in Washington, D.C. since […]

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