This event has been changed to online-only The GAI is partnering with World Without Genocide and Mount Zion Temple to present the program, "Germany after the Holocaust: From Kristallnacht to Other Genocides." Rabbi Spilker will open the program with kaddish, a memorial prayer for the dead, to honor those who perished in the Holocaust and […]

Book Talk and Kristallnacht Memorial Program

Online via Zoom
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St. Martin’s Day is commonly celebrated in German-speaking countries in preschools and elementary schools with a charming lantern parade called Laternenlauf. The origins of this tradition include the story of Martin of Tours, a Roman soldier who shared his cloak with a cold beggar on a winter's night. This story offers an opportunity to talk […]

Kinderstube Laternenfest

GAI Grounds
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Beer, Boßeln (road bowling), a stick-to-your ribs meal of smoked pork, sausages, cooked kale, and Salzkartoffeln—what else would you rather do on a Saturday afternoon in November? The traditional Kohlfahrt (cabbage tour) is a gathering of friends to celebrate the harvest of kale in Northern Germany. Come learn what it's all about! Your ticket includes […]

Norddeutscher Nachmittag

Summit Brewing Company
$30 – $40
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Make your own Adventskranz, a decorated table top Advent wreath that is used to count down the Sundays in anticipation of Christmas. Many German, Swiss, and Austrian families sit by their advent wreaths and enjoy Christmas sweets and sing seasonal songs. We'll provide the instruction and all the materials, including fresh greens, decorations in seasonal […]

Adventskranz Workshop

GAI Haus
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