This page was last modified: Monday, 11-December-2017

This page has been accessed

times since September 11, 2015

Copyright 2009-2017
German American Society-Spokane
All rights reserved.

 

 

     
 

Christmas Dinner with Gluehwein - December 16th - 6 pm

 
 

 

Welcome to the German American Society -
Spokane Website


Saturday - December 16, 2017 - 6 pm - Christmas Dinner with Gluehwein and German and English Christmas Carols! - 6 pm - Dinner will be followed by a sing-a-long with the choir and guitar player Dr. Michael Herzog.  Heiderose Glass and Helga Switzer will prepare a very festive dinner, Schweinebraten (pork loin) home-made gravy and home-made Spätzle, salad with home-made dressing, and ice-cream for dessert! Edgar Bueschke will welcome you at the door!  Come at 6 pm to enjoy the gluehwein prepared by Eberhard Schmidt and Edgar Bueschke!  Bring your friends to this festive celebration. Dinner will be served at 6:30 pm. The cost is $15 per person.  For reservation, please call 509-456-7456 or 509-710-2131 or you rcan send an email to reservations@germanamericansociety-spokane.org.  Please tell us how many in your party will be attending.
 

Sunday - December 16, 2017 - German
Christmas Service at St. Mar
ks Lutheran
Church, 24th and Grand Blvd - 3 pm -
Concordia Choir will perform and lead you in singing German Weihnachtslieder.  Cookie reception follows at G.A.S. club after service.  For more information, please click here.

 

Saturday - January 6, 2017 - 6:30 pm - New Year Dinner - More info soon!

 

  Click on Image to Enlarge

 

 

The purpose of this society is to offer hospitality to all peoples of German extraction by joining closely in the traditions of the homeland; to cultivate the German language, to sing German songs, and to enjoy humor, poetry, drama, music, and dance in the tradition of German Gemuetlichkeit.

The German American Society of Spokane, Washington is located at 25 W. 3rd Ave. Follow this link for more information and a map.

Spokane Hotels and Motels - Welcome to Spokane, WA! Spokane Hotels and Motels offer great rates on over 50 hotels near downtown Spokane. Book securely online for great rates on hotels in Spokane.

 

View the calendar by clicking here.

 


German-American Society is now
on Facebook

 

For the latest club news, clicking here.

 

Monthly newsletters can be found by clicking here. If you are a member and would like a username and password to access this area, please send a message to webmaster@germanamericansociety-spokane.org.

 

Die Einweihung und Eröffnung der Turn-Halle
Translated by Edgar Bueschke


Cooks Needed - We still need some volunteers for our monthly dinners… we need cooks, hostesses and servers. Our club runs off volunteer support. Please, even if you just volunteer for ONE event, you’ll be a big help. Send an e-mail to
help@germanamericansociety-spokane.org if you're interested.

 

The Concordia Choir has their own web page. You can find it by clicking here.

We've created a new page where we will post photos of some of our events. Click here to view this page.

The society could always use help setting up for dinners by setting up tables and clearing tables, or serving, cleaning, and certain kinds of maintenance. Please call the hall at 747-0004 if you are interested or you can send an e-mail to help@germanamericansociety-spokane.org.
 
Check out the Pioneer Day web page by clicking here.


 

 

 

 

 


For questions or Comments, please send an e-mail to info@germanamericansociety-spokane.org
            (
To help control spam, e-mail addresses are not hyperlinked. Please copy and paste in your e-mail client instead)
 

The webmaster can be reached at webmaster@germanamericansociety-spokane.org
            (To help control spam, e-mail addresses are not hyperlinked. Please copy and paste in your e-mail client instead)

"Few people have blended so completely into the multicultural tapestry of American society and yet have made such singular economic, political, social, scientific, and cultural contributions to the growth and success of these United States as have Americans of German extraction. - President Ronald Reagan, 1987