Enjoy "Back to School" with GAI fall language classes! When school is GAI's award-winning language program, it's something to look forward to. We offer classes for all ages and interests, from our Start 1-2-3 series for beginners to advance topics for fluent speakers. Classes will be offered in person and online.
Stammtisch German Mittagessen returns with a curbside format on July 13 and August 10. Pick up your meal at the GAI at 11:30 a.m. Reservations are required—please contact Casey at 651.222.7027 or firstname.lastname@example.org to reserve your meal. $13 includes a meal and dessert.
Nicholas Pawlowski is a storyteller, born of an Austrian mother and Polish father. Join us as he tells the story Vom Wunderschimmel (The Wonder Horse), from a collection of old fairy tales edited by the Austrian storyteller Helmut Wittmann. Through interactive dance, drawing and discussion, the story is brought to life. The event is geared toward families […]
The GAI Damenklub (Women's Club) welcomes all German speaking women who are interested in gathering for Gemütlichkeit and conversation auf Deutsch. The Damen meet at the GAI the third Monday of the month at noon for a potluck lunch and conversation. In addition to regular meetings, the Damenklub hosts Summer Kaffee und Kuchen and they bake […]
Join us for a family-friendly night of film and drinks at Summit Brewing. Visit with friends and enjoy happy hour from 5–7 p.m., then settle in to watch the movie, Der ganz große Traum (Lessons of a Dream), auf Deutsch (with English subtitles). The film features German star Daniel Bruehl as an English teacher who […]
This German language club meets monthly at the GAI. Founded in 1979, the Sprachklub offers community members an opportunity to speak German in an informal, congenial setting, regardless of level of proficiency. A variety of topics are presented, and fluency ranges from a working knowledge of German to native speakers. For more information and upcoming […]
Virtual Event This training will cover three topics of high interest and classroom application to all German teachers, particularly those at the middle and high school levels. This is a virtual event that will take place via Zoom. There is no cost for this training and Goethe-Institut CEUs will be available for participants. Racism in […]
Virtual Event Young people today have many more options for studying in Germany beyond traditional exchange programs. Those interested in studying in Germany can learn about visa requirements, the application process, health insurance, and other logistics. We will also present pathways such as the Congress-Bundestag Youth Exchange vocational scholarship and new university programs for non-German […]
For level B1/B2 4 Thursdays, 6:30–8 p.m. Scary stories are not only popular with children and young people, many adults also love to read and watch goose-bump-inducing horror stories. Explore scary stories for all ages including written works as well as video stories that are quickly watched but leave a lasting impression. In this 4-week […]
Looking for a safe and spooky way to celebrate Halloween this year? Join us at the GAI for our Mystery Abend as we explore the Haus and solve a crime! The event is for teens between 12 and 17 years old with the theme of “Swingin’ 20s” in Berlin. Character roles and dialogue prompts will […]
This event is sold out, however, an additional event has been added on Friday, October 29 from 5-9 p.m. To register, please visit Teen Night: Mystery Abend Friday. Looking for a safe and spooky way to celebrate Halloween this year? Join us at the GAI for our Mystery Abend as we explore the Haus and […]
Germany’s universities are among the best in the world. From science and technology, to business and the humanities, German universities have a long history of providing the highest-quality education. What many students in the U.S. don’t know, however, is that there are exciting new opportunities to take advantage of this quality education through English-speaking programs […]