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German American Society-Spokane
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Welcome to the
German American Society -
website is in the process of being updated!
The Deutsches Haus will host Ballroom dancing on the 2nd
Friday of every month, 7 pm to 10 pm, beginning Friday, January 12, 2018!
German Club members will dance free! Guests will pay $15 per person or $25
per couple! Recorded music will be provided by Judy Palrud, the hostess
for this new club event. Dancers will be served light snacks and free
water. Encourage your friends to come. Alcoholic beverages will be
available for purchase to guests signed in by G.A.S. club members.
Click here to read a wonderfully
written short history of the German-American Society of Spokane provided by
Friday - June 8, 2018 - General Members Meeting - 6:30 pm -
Saturday - June 23, 2018 - Father's Day Dinner - 6:30 pm -
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.
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"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