Apr
26
6:00 PM18:00

Bavarian-American Friendship Evening

8th Annual Bavarian-American Friendship Evening, 26th April 2018

When:   Thursday. 26th April, 2018

Time:    1800-2300

Where:  Hippodrom tent located at the Frühlingsfest, Theresienwiese

Organized by:  Triple D Events – Dave Dowdy

Dress code:  Let’s go Bayrisch!

Price:    Pay as you consume.

Again the Family Krätz, Susanne Barsody and the entire Hippodrom team welcome us to the 8th annual Bavarian-American Friendship Evening.  Seating begins at 1800.  Please plan to arrive by not later than 1900 to assure that we keep the reserved tables. 

There is no cover charge and no advance payment for this evening.  Each guest will receive a free pretzel, compliments of the Hippodrom.  In addition to the normal assortment of Bierzelt food, we can purchase Kobe-beef hamburger dinners at the special MING Eur 10.00 price. 

AGBC member Linda Jo Rizzo will again lead the entertainment and will launch her special show around 8.30 p.m. Please get ready for dancing, good music and lots of fun for everyone.  There is no particular dress code, but if you have something in Bavaria-look in your closet, you are encouraged to wear it. 

Last year we had around 600 guests attending. This year we can have more reserved seats, so let's join Dave to see if we can hit a 1,000 this year.  Please tell your friends and anyone else who may be interested.  Everyone is invited.  Not only the MING and German/Bavarian-American Clubs are invited but individuals and individual groups as well.  To ensure that everyone gets a reserved seat, please inform Dave Dowdy at ddd@tripled.de by Sunday, 22nd April.

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Apr
26
7:00 PM19:00

"Werewolf Project" with Graham Waterhouse

Institute of Charismology – “Werewolf Project” with Cellist Graham Waterhouse

What:    Special Solo Concert – The Werewolf Project with Cellist Graham Waterhouse

Promoted by:  Naomi Isaacs, AGBC Member, Founder of the Institute of Charismology

When:   Thursday. 26th April, 2018

Time:    1930-2130 (doors open 1900)

Where:  Multiversum, Milchstrasse 4, 81667 Munich-Haidhausen

Price:    Eur 12

Details and Reservations:   http://charismology.com/event/special-concert-the-werwolf-project-with-cellist-graham-waterhouse/

The Institute of Charismology presents a special and very unusual solo concert with an inspiring musician, full of humor – in English and German:  The Werewolf Project – Music for Cello and the spoken word with Graham Waterhouse

Born in London, composer and cellist Graham Waterhouse has made Munich his home. In this adventurous programme, he performs three polylingual musical settings of Christian Morgensten’s famous poem “der Werewolf”. Waterhouse elucidates, illustrates and revivifies the historic genre “Melodrama” in English and German. Settings of poems by Edward Lear and Goethe are also included…This promises to be an entertaining literary-musical evening.

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May
5
8:00 PM20:00

Concert by Song Poet Torsten Riemann

Institute of Charismology – Concert by Song Poet Torsten Riemann

What:    Concert by Song Poet Torsten Riemann (in German)

Promoted by:  Naomi Isaacs, AGBC Member, Founder of the Institute of Charismology

When:   Saturday, 5th May, 2018

Time:    2000-2300

Where:  KIM-Kino Einsteinstraße 42 im Kulturzentrum Einstein, 81675 Munich

Concert only Price:    Eur 25. 

Combined price - Concert (5th May) and Breakfast (6th May) – Eur 45 - Special additional offer for first 10 concert-goers who sign up – Breakfast on Sunday 6th May, 1000-1300 with Torsten and Naomi.  The seats must be booked in advance.

Information and Reservations:   http://charismology.com/event/das-coaching-konzert-ein-neues-konzept-von-und-mit-songpoeten-torsten-riemann

The Institute of Charismology presents a concert with a new and unusual concept. We are proud to welcome the Song poet Torsten Riemann – also choir leader and life coach. Herr Riemann, who hails from Berlin, was last heard in Munich many years ago together with the renowned cabarettist, Helmut Ruge.

“Riemann captures his audience with his passion but with no attempt to ingratiate himself. Tenderly and compassionately he lays open to us the people in his songs. ...” Mäarkische Allgemeine

“Free of expectations and full of curiosity, I let myself in for this – as it turned out – very special evening of Stories and Songs. When Torsten Riemann shoots an arrow, it hits everyone who’s listening, without exception. And once hit, you are affected, each in your own way. One is brought face to face with oneself, relentlessly and honestly. An evening which deeply touched heart and soul. Thank you!“  a concert attendee

More information and reservations: http://charismology.com/event/das-coaching-konzert-ein-neues-konzept-von-und-mit-songpoeten-torsten-riemann/

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May
18
7:00 PM19:00

Amerika Haus Program - Film Screening "Mudbound" and Talk

 Amerika Haus Program – Film Screening "Mudbound"  and Talk

What:         Film – Mudbound – film screening and talk with Hillary Jordan.

Language:  English

Organizer:  Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations, Bertelsmann Foundation

When:        Friday, 18th May 1900-2100.

Where:      University of Television and Film Munich (HFF Munich),
Bernd-Eichinger-Platz 1, 80333 München

Cost:         Free

Sign-up:    reservierung@amerikahaus.de

Organized by:  Bavarian American Academy, Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations in cooperation with Netflix and University of Television and Film Munich (HFF Munich)

The movie “Mudbound” follows the story of two men – one white, one black – returning home from WWII to life in the Mississippi Delta. As their families struggle to share the land, they discover that what they hold in common is truer than what tears them apart. 

In 2017, it was adapted into a critically acclaimed film that was acquired by Netflix after its debut at the Sundance Film Festival. The story is based on the much appraised book Mudbound by Hillary Jordan. 

The movie has earned numerous accolades and honors, including four Academy Award nominations. Directed by Dee Rees, with a script co-written by her and Virgil Williams, it stars Carey Mulligan, Mary J. Blige, Garrett Hedlund, Jason Clarke, Jason Mitchell, Jonathan Banks, and Rob Morgan. The Washington Post declared it “the best picture of the year.”  Note mainly for her musical talents, Mary J. Blige was nominated for the 2017 Actress in a Support Role Oscar for Mudbound. 

After the screening will be a conversation with Prof. Dr. Heike Paul (FAU Erlangen-Nuremberg) and Hillary Jordan, author of the book, followed by a Q&A with the audience. 

Organizers: Bavarian American Academy, Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations in cooperation with Netflix and University of Television and Film Munich (HFF Munich)

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May
29
7:00 PM19:00

Amerika Haus Program - Understanding Evangelicals in the Age of Trump

Amerika Haus Program – Understanding American Evangelicals in the Age of Trump

Speaker:     Dr. Gary Edwards, Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies at Arkansas State University

Introduction:  Dr. Andreas Etges, Amerika Institut, LKMU München 

Topic:        Understanding American Evangelicals in the Age of Trump

Language:  English

Organizer:  Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations, Bertelsmann Foundation

When:        Tuesday, 29th May 2018, 1900-2100.

Where:       Amerika Haus (temporary site), Barer Str. 19a, 80333 Munich

Cost:          Free

Sign-up:    www.tinyurl.com/Evangelicals-Trump

Organized by:  Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations

This is an insider’s critique, a lecture that explores the tension within American evangelicalism created by the unusual support for President Trump. 

While American evangelicals have been united behind the Republican Party since the 1970s, the 2016 election of Donald Trump opened a small but pronounced division—straining the unity of evangelicals in both church and party. This lecture will explore the tension within American evangelicalism created by the unusually strong support for a U.S. President who seems to be the antithesis of basic evangelical personal values and yet the defender of key evangelical political values.

The justifications and contradictions of these shifting values will be explored with ideas about ways to move this discourse forward during the remainder of the Trump Presidency and beyond. Ultimately, the Trump Presidency presents an existential moment, which forces the question: can American evangelicalism survive Donald Trump?

Dr. Gary Edwards is Associate Professor of History and Director of Graduate Studies at Arkansas State University. In addition to ASU, Edwards has served as a member of the faculty at both the University of Memphis and the Free University of Berlin during a Fulbright Senior Fellowship.

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Jun
2
10:00 AM10:00

American/Bavarian Golf Tournament

American/Bavarian Golf Tournament – Saturday, 2nd June

Calling all Golfers

When:   Saturday, 2nd June 2018

Time:    Registration starts at 09:30 with first tee time at 10:00. 

Where:  Tegernbach Golf Club, Kapellenweg 1, 82293 Tegernbach, telephone 08202/905700, website www.gc-tegernbach.de,

Prices:    To be announced ASAP – pricing will be quite reasonable given the Bavarian setting.      

Sign-Up:  Events tab on the new AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com.

Special Request:  To help us estimate how many to plan for, please sign up ASAP

Registration Deposit:   Eur 50.00.  This is a “first paid - first reserved” event so please be sure to sign up and pay your registration deposit by not later than Monday, 14th May 2018.  Please make your payment to the AGBC Munich bank account at the Münchner Bank, Account Nr: IBAN: DE68 7019 0000 0001 0895 95, BIC GENODEF1M01. 

Note:  The 14th May registration date is important so that we can finalize the reservation of the golf slots, set the event day schedule, provide the caterer an idea of our food and drink needs, and determine the seating and space needs for the live entertainment.

AGBC Members Peter Barkhurst and Wolfgang Hellmanzik are  organizing a great golfing day on Saturday, 2nd June at the beautiful Tegernbbach Golf Club in Tegernbach (near .Mittelstetten, about 45 km northwest of Munich). 

The day will start off with two daytime golf events, essentially running in parallel:

  1. Golf Tournament – 18 holes which will take about 4-5 hours from the first tee.  Teams will be composed of groups (flights) of 4.  Course layout appears below. 
  1. Starters Course (Schnupper Kurs) for Beginning golfers – Over 3-4 hours, the Tegernbach golf pro will help beginners learn the basics, then conduct a mini tournament on the putting green. 

The action on the links will be followed by:

  1. A relaxing and revitalizing round of drinks at the clubhouse.
  2. An early evening American/Bavarian BBQ.

Calling all Sponsors!

While we already have several co-sponsors on board, if you, your company or one of your business contacts mighty be interested in also co-sponsoring this event, please contact Peter Barkhurst ASAP at p.barkhurst@aims-germany.com

Please be sure to save the dateSaturday, 2nd June - Further specifics will be communicated in the very near future.

Guest information

18-hole golf course Tegernbach - A golf club membership card showing your handicap is required.  VcG players are allowed.

Special Conditions:

Soft spikes required.

Dogs allowed on leash. Handy allowed on the pitch.

GPS devices allowed.

Difficulty: Moderate - Challenging

 

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Jun
5
6:30 PM18:30

Evening Tax Briefing - for U.S. Citizens Living in Germany

Evening Tax Briefing – An Evening Program for US Citizens Living in Germany

What:   Members firms of the Forum für Nachfolge- und Vermögensplanung e.V. (FNV) have the pleasure to invite you to our highly informative event “Evening - Tax Briefing“ which will be followed by light refreshments and networking. 

When:  Tuesday, June 5, 2018 (1830-2130)

Where: Club Room, Münchener Herrenclub e.V., Brienner Strasse 13, 80333 Munich

Cost:    Attendance is free of charge but the number of participants is limited.

Registration:  Please register ASAP at: https://muenchen.nachlassplaner.com, Username: Muenchen, Password: 2018  

Registration Cut-off:  No later than Tuesday, 29th May 2018

Evening Schedule

6:00 p.m.  Admission

6:30 p.m.  Welcome – Dr. Peter Happe (GHM Partners, Köln, München, Zug)                   

6:35 p.m.  Address of Welcome – Larry Schulz (American-German Business Club Munich e.V. (AGBC))

6:40 p.m.  Briefings on the Subjects:

  • Cornerstones of Taxation for U.S. Citizens – Dr. Johannes Mittermaier, GHM Partners
  • Exit Tax for Germany / Exit Tax U.S. – Dr. Peter Happe, GHM Partners
  • Qualifying Life Insurance with Investment Options – Cross-Border Aspects – Dr Daniel Welker, Lombard International Assurance S.A.
  • Wealth Management and Financial Planning Locally and Cross-Border – Thomas Freiberger, Thomas Freiberger Vermögensverwaltung GmbH
  • Implications of the Law of Succession and Inheritance Taxation of People with Dual-Citizenship in the light of the EU Regulation No. 650/2012 on Matters of Succession – Dr. Michael Stingl, Steinkrüger Stingl & Partner

7:40 p.m.  Panel Discussion and Q&A – Moderation: Dr. Peter Happe (GHM Partners)

8:30 p.m.  Networking and Refreshments

Forum für Nachfolge- und Vermögensplanung e.V. - FNV

The FNV association promotes independent financial and investment advisory services, as well as legal and tax advice, in particular in the field of succession and generational planning. With in-depth expertise, the member organizations provide banking and financial services, tax consulting as well as audit and legal services.  All are staffed with professional experts with extensive experience in providing structured, tax-efficient and sustainable personal succession planning solutions. 

The association provides publications and information while hosting events that include advice on how to avoid errors in the succession planning and implementation while minimizing investment risks and providing minimized investment risks.  It also assists in evaluating legal and tax design options in creating and executing wills (Testaments) for individuals or families with family-owned companies.  For legal reasons, the association itself may give no individual advice, but its member organizations are able to provide competent support. 

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Jun
16
4:00 PM16:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Jul
8
3:00 PM15:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Ingolstadt Dukes

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Jul
21
4:00 PM16:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Kirchdorf Wildcats

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Aug
18
4:00 PM16:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Marburg Mercenaries

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Aug
25
10:00 AM10:00

AGBC Ammersee Radl Tour

Special AGBC Event – Ammersee Radl Tour – Saturday, 25th August 2018

When:   Saturday, 25th August 2018 - 1000-1600 with late afternoon dinner option at Kloster Andechs. 

Meet Time:    0945 at Meisterbetrieb Peter Nandlinger, Mühlfelder Str. 5, 82211 Herrsching.  Tel. 08152 / 12 66, Fax. 08152 / 7 82 78, info@nandlinger.de.  This is about 300 meters from the S-Bahn Haltestelle – Bahnhofstrasse to Mühlfelder Str.

Organized by:  Colinne Bartel, AC Innovation

Arrangements – This is generally an E-bike tour.  Individuals need to make their own arrangements for renting the E-Bikes.  Those with their own E-Bikes or desiring to participate with a normal bicycle/mountain bike are also welcome to attend. 

Costs: 

a.    About Eur 30 per person for the E-Bike rentals – please reserve ASAP at www.nandinger.de or another convenient provider.  Address and contact details for Nandlinger’s appear above.  Summer hours are Monday-Friday 0900-1800, Saturday 0900-1400.

b.    Participation fee for those with rental E-Bikes or their own E-Bikes or normal bicycles/mountain bikes Eur 30. 

c.    Food and other consumables are to be paid in cash by the participants.

Payment:  Participants will be provided payment details in early August. 

Sign-Up:  Please register by 11th August 2018 at the Events tab on the AGBC Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

Rain Date:  Saturday, 8th September 2018 – same timing and conditions. 

Questions?  Please contact Colinne S. Bartel at 0170-7345-775 or E-mail Colbar007@gmail.com

Catch us, if you can!  AGBC Munich is embarking on its 2nd annual bicycle ride around the charming Ammersee, one of Bavaria’s most scenic lakes.  Given the distance (about 50 km), most will use E-bikes.  We will start and finish at Herrsching, then drive afterwards to Andechs for an optional meal at the world-renowned Kloster Andechs.   

The tour includes 15-30 minute stops at Ammersee’s primary points of interest, where food and drink will be available: 

Fischen – Ramsar Protected Wetland

Diessen – Gasteig Haus – Meeting house for "der Blaue Reiter" artists

Utting – historical Alte Villa 

Breitbrunn – Königsberg – proposed site for King Ludwig’s 4th castle

Herrsching – various historical sites.

Interested?  Please be sure to sign up by 11th August in the Events tool at www.agbc-munich.com as we need sufficient time to finalize the event arrangements. 

This will be an extra special event, one that you will remember.  Hopefully we will have Kaiserswetter with the great Bavarian blue sky.  However, In the event of rain, we will ride anyway so please be prepared to bring your ponchos. 

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Sep
1
4:00 PM16:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Allgäu Comets

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Sep
8
4:00 PM16:00

.Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Stuttgart Scorpions

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Apr
21
4:00 PM16:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Frankfurt Universe

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Apr
21
9:00 AM09:00

AGBC Exchange I

2018 AGBC Exchange I – Saturday, 21st April 2018 

 AGBC Munich’s Top Event of the Year!

When:  Saturday, 21st 2018 from 9.00-13.30
Where: European Business College, Wolfratshauserstr 84, 81379 Munich
Cost:      EUR 10.00 for members and guests (incl. light lunch)

What:   11 AGBC member speakers with each offering presentations or workshops to 100 members and guests on topics related to personal development and business management plus a few wild cards topics of general interest.  The Speakers and their topics include:

Fritz Beindorf – Aqua Culture

Alex Gloy – Crypto-Currencies – Long-Term Impacts on Financial Systems and Society

Naomi Susan Isaacs - CHARISMOLOGY – The Science of True Charisma, the god-given gift

Nicole Mignone – Thinking Like a Lawyer – consider the skills necessary to run your business instead of it running you

Christina Montesinos – How Capital Markets Can Better Serve Female Entrepreneurs and Women-Owned Businesses

Bruno Müller – From Good to Great – Business Model Innovation for Freelancers and SME’s (Mittelstand)

Linda Jo Rizzo – Healthy Eating in Today’s Modern World    

Paul Salazar – Planetary Exploration:  Past, Present and Future … and Why

Martha Scheffel – Free Your Voice – improve breathing and speech projection using elements of Belcanto breathing and Qigong energy movement

Frank Thomsen – “Manyfolds” – The Eco-Friendly Sustainable Furniture System

Brendan Todd – Smart Retirement 2.0 – Transatlantic Trends, Markets and Regulations

Format: Workshops are 45 minutes each with 15 minutes in between for networking and room changes. Workshops run 3 or 4 in parallel for a total of 3 hours, plus a catered lunch.  During this great interactive forum, attendees will be able to participate in 3 complete workshops.

Registration starts at 0900 with the meeting kicking off at 0930, followed by the first of the three workshops at 1000.  The lunch starts at 1245.

For our Exchange events, AGBC Munich is always looking for speakers among our membership who want to share their personal interests and passions in an interactive environment. In the past, topics have focused on a wide range of subjects, including Self-Management, Business in Practice, Culture and Society, Trends and Innovation, Social Responsibility, Industry Insights, and much more.

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Apr
14
9:30 AM09:30

March for Science - Munich

March for Science Munich – Saturday, 14th April 2018

Organizer:  Randolph Caldwell, Molecular Biologist.  Leader of March for Science Munich organization team.

When/where:   Saturday, 14th April - Meet at Königsplatz at 0930 for several short opening speeches, then at 0945 join the “Funktacular” March for Science to Marienplatz, proceeding via Brienner Str., Odeonsplatz, Residenzplatz and Diener Str. At Marienplatz there will be several short concluding speeches from 1145-1230. 

Further information at:  Facebook/Twitter @ScienceMarchMUC, E-Mail sciencemarchmuc@gmail.com, www.ScienceMarchMUC.de

Why are scientists gathering in over 500 cities on 14th April 2018?  It’s all about assuring sustained funding for science, academic freedom and fact-based politics.  Show your support by joining our local scientists at the March for Science in Munich.  

With its friendly atmosphere, the march is open to all … and important for all!  Catch us if you can.  Together we will stand for open and fact-based thinking. At Marienplatz there will be speeches by Prof. Dr. Paola Caselli (Director and scientific member of the Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics), Prof. Dr. Gerhild Wildner (Director of AG Immunobiology at the LMU’s Eye Clinic), and Prof. Dr. Miranda Schreurs (TUM School of Governance & Hochschule für Politik, Chair of Environmental and Climate Policy).  Auf geht’s!

„With the March for Science, we want to boost awareness and enthusiasm for science,” says Randolph Caldwell, Head of the Organization Team for the Munich March for Science.  “Everyone who believes in the clear differences between trusted science and personal opinion is invited to participate in the global demonstrations for the value of research and science.”  

Today science and academia are under populist political pressure world-wide. Every time a well-known person questions evidenced-based science, the science community must react.  In contrast to some other countries, here in Germany we are fortunate that science is not directly challenged today, but we must remain vigilant in countering emerging developments that may threaten it.  In fact, science here in Germany and Europe faces a growing loss of confidence as anti-democratic forces attempt to make political capital from criticizing it. This development is marked by the term "Alternative facts," the word of the year in 2017. 

The value of scientific thinking must remain in our social consciousness. Science is not an end in itself. The clear distinction between evidence-based, verifiable knowledge and personal opinion is a prerequisite of any political debate.  Attempts to influence, downplay or co-opt science are threats to democracy.  At the same time we must be aware of the shortcomings of science, and those driving science must assure that it earns and sustains the trust of society.

Currently the science system offers no real incentives for scientists to communicate the results of their research. Trust is created only through clear communication. Science and society are dependent on each other. We will be marching for freedom in science and research as well as fact-based policy.

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Apr
7
4:00 PM16:00

Munich Cowboys Football

Munich Cowboys – American Football, Made in Germany

Munich Cowboys vs Würzburg Panthers

Start me up!  American football returns to Munich – On 7th April the Cowboys meet the Würzburg Panthers in a preseason match-up in Munich as the teams prepare for the start of the 2018 German Football League (GFL) season. 

Then the Munich Cowboys open their 2018 first division GFL season on 21st April when the Fighting Bayrisch host the Frankfurt Universe, one of the top two teams in the southern division of the GFL.  With versatile players and a great coaching staff led by Head Coach Garren Holley, get ready again for some more exciting football this season. 

The kick-offs are at 16:00, and the games normally last about 2.5-3.0 hours. Come on out, grab a hamburger and/or a hotdog, and enjoy the action. When the going gets good, Dante Stadion really rocks! 

The 2018 home games are normally on Saturdays.  The 2nd home game will be a doozy, taking place on Saturday, 16 June against the Schwäbisch Hall Unicorns, perennial southern division champions and German Bowl finalists.   Otherwise this year’s schedule is back-end loaded with most of the home games taking place during July to early September. 

The schedule, a general description of the game rules and further team info are available at www.munich-cowboys.de. Tickets: Eur 14.00 for Tribune/grandstands, Eur 10.00 for general admission.  The game program is available at the gate for a small contribution (Eur 1-2). 

Dante-Stadion - U1 Haltestelle at Westfriedhof.  Located in northwest Munich near Moosach, it is just south of the Dachauer Strasse, adjacent to the Dante-Bad, and near the Velodrome at the Olympiagelände.

 

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Mar
28
6:30 PM18:30

AGBC Monthly Meeting - "Hot Air Balloon" Event

AGBC Munich March Monthly Meeting - Wednesday, 28th March 2018

 Up, Up and Away – A Theoretical “Hot Air Balloon” Event – Cyber Security Debate

Panelists:  Willem Bulthuis, Michael Ricks, Bettina Wawretscheck, Jamie Wilkie, Rainer Witzgall

Moderator:  Ralph Phillips

When:   Wednesday, 28th March 2017          

Time:    Registration starts 1830; meeting starts at 1900, dinner buffet around 2050. 

Where:  Marriott Hotel, Berlinerstrasse 93, 80805 Munich

Cost:      EUR 25.00 for members, Eur 35.00 for guests (incl. Dinner buffet)

Sign-Up:  Events tab on the new AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

Come join us for an AGBC Munich first – our Hot-Air Balloon Cyber Security debate.

The scene:  Imagine 5-6 contestants riding in a hot air balloon, along with the moderator.  The balloon is losing altitude with no more ballast on board so we need to jettison people. 

The topic:  Various points of view on cyber security.

The approach:  4 suspenseful rounds of debate with each contestant having 3 minutes to expound.  Who will make it with the balloon safely to the ground?  After each round, the audience votes on the contestants that they want to hear more from.  The participant with the fewest votes then “parachutes to the ground.” By the end of the 4th round, we have 2 “survivors” who land the balloon – the winner and the moderator. 

 

The success ingredients:  Cyber security is a topic which allows contrarian opinions and supports good speakers. A successful speaker captures the audience's attention in the early rounds but does not use all of her or his ammunition too early - the winner needs four interesting pitches.

 

The moderator:  He explains the rules to the audience, watches the time, conducts the voting and generally runs the proceedings. 

 

The contestants:  Each has a strong but varying position, taking a role representing known parties in the security space – e.g. commercialization vs consumer protection and technology vs state and corporate security.  The likely roles:

 

 

  • Technology Believer: “Invest to be saved,” “Technology can solve all problems,

so you better invest in it.”

  • Consumer Protection Advocate: “Everything you say, can and will be used against you.”
  • State and National Security Guardian: “If we can´t tap everyone, how do we find the bad guys?”
  • Social Media Enthusiast: “The more followers the better, I have nothing to hide.”
  • Cyber Security Pragmatist: “Breaches happen, so you be better be prepared to deal with them.”  .
  • Technology Libertarian/Defensive Hacker:   “Who decides what´s good and what´s bad? There are many shades of grey.”

The audience:  Votes to keep in the balloon the people they want to hear more from, not necessarily the ones whose roles they morally approve of.

Comments:

  1. This is a “first time” event - we are experimenting so please bear with us.  Take notes on what you liked and on what could be improved for the next time. 
  2. The “Hot Air Balloonists” are playing roles and their statements do not necessarily represent their personal beliefs.
  3. The scene is forward looking. 
  4. Limitation – other than voting on who parachutes from the balloon, there will unfortunately be little time for significant audience interaction.  Please save your questions for the buffet/networking session afterwards or leave them in the Feedback Box. 
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Mar
12
to Mar 13

American Drama Group - Fahrenheit 451

American Drama Group - Fahrenheit 451

Fahrenheit 451 by Ray Bradbury, in English.  Monday 12th Mar and Tuesday 13th Mar (1100 and 1930) - Kulturzentrum Gasteig München, Carl-Orff-Saal, Rosenheimerstr. 5, 81667 Munich.  Entry Cost Eur 23 or advance purchase including fee for the Abendkasse Eur 28 (Students 15).

The American Drama Group Europe - Founded during 1978 in Munich and led by AGBC Munich member Grantly Marshall, the ADGE's goal is to perform high quality theatre in as many countries in the world as possible.  Today the organization's reach includes many countries in Europe and Asia, and it is now making a Pan-European tour.  The actors come from New York, London and Paris (in 1985 French theatre performances were added to our repertoire) where the productions are cast and directed. The plays performed include American, British and French classic and modern dramas.  Further details are available at www.adg-europe.com

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Feb
5
to Feb 6

American Drama Group - Romeo & Juliet

American Drama Group - Romeo & Juliet

Romeo and Juliet by William Shakespeare, in English.  Monday, 5th Feb and Tuesday 6th Feb (1100 and 1930) - Kulturzentrum Gasteig München, Carl-Orff-Saal, Rosenheimerstr. 5, 81667 Munich.  Entry Cost Eur 23 or advance purchase including fee for the Abendkasse Eur 28 (Students 15).

The American Drama Group Europe - Founded during 1978 in Munich and led by AGBC Munich member Grantly Marshall, the ADGE's goal is to perform high quality theatre in as many countries in the world as possible.  Today the organization's reach includes many countries in Europe and Asia, and it is now making a Pan-European tour.  The actors come from New York, London and Paris (in 1985 French theatre performances were added to our repertoire) where the productions are cast and directed. The plays performed include American, British and French classic and modern dramas.  Further details are available at www.adg-europe.com

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Amerika Haus Event - Dr. Earl Fry - Trans-Atlantic Drift and Global Shift
Feb
1
7:00 PM19:00

Amerika Haus Event - Dr. Earl Fry - Trans-Atlantic Drift and Global Shift

Amerika Haus - Dr. Earl H. Fry:  Trans-Atlantic Drift and Global Shift – 1st Feb 2018

Speaker:     Dr. Earl H. Fry is Professor of Political Science and Endowed Professor of Canadian Studies at Brigham Young University.  

Topic:          Trans-Atlantic Drift and Global Shift - Can the United States and Europe Compete in a Rapidly Changing World?

Language:  English

Organizer:  Bavarian Center for Transatlantic Relations, Bavarian Academy and U.S. Embassy Berlin

When:        Thursday, 1st February, 1900-2100.

Where:      Amerika Haus (temporary site), Barer Str. 19a, 80333 Munich

Cost:         Free

Sign-Up:    https://tinyurl.com/earlfry

During his service as the Fulbright Bicentennial Chair in American Studies at the University of Helsinki, Dr. Fry conducted extensive research on how well prepared Europe and the United States are to compete in a world where perhaps half of global trade, investment, people, and GDP will be concentrated on Asia by mid-century. This lecture focuses on specific challenges and solutions for the residents of Europe and the U.S.

Dr. Fry’s noted book “Lament for America: Decline of the Superpower, Plan for Renewal,” was published in 2010 by the University of Toronto Press. His newest book, “Revitalizing Governance, Restoring Prosperity, and Restructuring Foreign Affairs: The Pathway to Renaissance America,” was published in 2014 by Lexington Books. Dr. Fry previously served as Special Assistant in the Office of the U.S. Trade Representative, part of the Executive Office of the President of the United States. He has also been a Fulbright Lecturer at the Sorbonne, Director of International Education and Canadian Studies at SUNY Plattsburgh, and Council on Foreign Relations International Affairs Fellow.

The introduction will be made by Prof. Dr. Erik E. Lehmann, University of Augsburg, Faculty of Business and Economics, Chair of Management and Organization. 

 

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MING Event - Women's March 2018
Jan
20
2:00 PM14:00

MING Event - Women's March 2018

MING Event - Women’s March 2018 – 20th January

When:   Saturday, 20th January 2018

Time:    1400-1600 hours 

Where:  Meet at Siegestor/Geschwister-Scholl-Platz

Take a stand and march in Munich to affirm our values and speak up for those who cannot.  In a similar vein to the 21 January 2017 initiative, a number of Munich’s top international groups will now also march in support of the global #MeToo movement.

Similar marches and vigils will be taking place around the world as we join our fellow Americans in Washington D.C. to support  the values we hold dear: tolerance, women's rights, religious freedom, facts, environmental protection, democracy, LGBT rights, black lives matter, science, peaceful co-existence, and the right to vote, to name a few.

Please save the date and plan to join us to make a constructive impact here in Munich.  Last year’s march featured over 1,500 marchers.  Let’s top that this year!  There will likely be press on hand so spread the word. We encourage signs that are content/issue driven and in good taste. Offensive signs may risk being taken. 

The starting point is Siegestor/Geschwister-Scholl-Platz (U-3 and U-6 Haltestelle Universität).  We will then walk down the Ludwigstrasse to Odeonsplatz and then to Marienplatz.  There will be networking opportunities at the Marienplatz and at 1600 in the Ratskeller Restaurant. 

For U.S. citizens, there will then be voter registration assistance for members of the MING groups starting around 1600 at the Ratskeller to help you register to vote and request absentee ballots for the upcoming 2018 U.S. elections. 

 Also within your MING groups, should any of your American members need voter registration assistance, Democrats Abroad can arrange for one of its members to attend one of your meetings to provide this support. 

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Dec
26
4:30 PM16:30

MING Event - TanzTee at Restaurant Der Alter Wirt

MING Event – TanzTee at the Restaurant Der Alter Wirt

When:   Tuesday, 26th December

Where:  Der Alter Wirt, Dachauerstr. 274, 80992 München (Moosach) – www.alterwirt-moosach.de.  S1 Moosach Bahnhof, U3 St.-Martins-Platz, or Tram 20 Pelkovenstr.

Time:    Doors open at 1630 with a “Snooper” Course; Tanztee starts at 1700

Cover Charge for the Music and Gema:  Eur 12.00 per person

Food and Beverages:  “Pay as you consume.”

Please reserve with Linda Jo Rizzo:  mail@ljmusic-events.de or call at 0172-850-2162.

Put on your dancing shoes!!!  Please join Linda Jo Rizzo and Friends for this year’s day-after-Christmas TanzTee event at Der Alter Wirt.  Franz Jany will provide a “snooper course” for beginning dancers, starting at 1630.  Then the live music features Adam and starts at 1700. 

 

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Dec
26
4:30 PM16:30

MING Event - TanzTee at Restaurant der Alter Wirt

MING Event – TanzTee at the Restaurant der Alter Wirt

When:   Tuesday, 26th December

Where:  Der Alter Wirt, Dachauerstr. 274, 80992 München (Moosach) – www.alterwirt-moosach.de.  S1 Moosach Bahnhof, U3 St.-Martins-Platz, or Tram 20 Pelkovenstr.

Time:    Doors open at 1630 with a “Snooper” Course; Tanztee starts at 1700

Cover Charge for the Music and Gema:  Eur 12.00 per person

Food and Beverages:  “Pay as you consume.”

Please reserve with Linda Jo Rizzo:  mail@ljmusic-events.de or call at 0172-850-2162.

Put on your dancing shoes!!!  Please join Linda Jo Rizzo and Friends for this year’s day-after-Christmas TanzTee event at Der Alter Wirt.  Franz Jany will provide a “snooper course” for beginning dancers, starting at 1630.  Then the live music features Adam and starts at 1700. 

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Dec
20
7:00 PM19:00

2017 Christmas Sing-a-Long - LJ Music * Triple D Events

MING Event - 2017 Christmas Sing-a-Long                             

When:   Wednesday Evening, 20th December, 1900-2300.

Where:  Der Alter Wirt, Dachauerstr. 274, 80992 München (Moosach) – www.alterwirt-moosach.de.  S1 Moosach Bahnhof, U3 St.-Martins-Platz, or Tram 20 Pelkovenstr.

Time:    Doors open at 1800; Music starts at 1930

Cover Charge for the Music: 

.  Advance Payment with Dave Dowdy:  Eur 12.00/person, Kid 8-15 Eur 5.00, Kids under 5 free.  

.  Payment at Door:    Eur 14.00/person, Kid 8-15 Eur 6.00, Kids under 5 free

Food and Beverages:  “Pay as you consume.”

Reservations:  Please advise Dave Dowdy (E-mail: ddd@tripled.de) by Friday, 15th December on how may seats you need and to arrange for advance payment. 

Please join us once again to launch your Christmas spirits in the great setting at the Alter Wirt.  Linda Jo Rizzo and Dave Dowdy are co-hosting the 2017 Christmas Sing-a-Long on Wednesday, 20th December at the Restaurant Alter Wirt. This great evening of gospel-spiritual-soul music features Jane Knieper (piano and background vocals), gospel-soul singer Mel Canady and Linda, who will lead us in a Sing-a-Long of your favorite Christmas carols. 

In addition, There is a small but delightful Christmas Market at St. Martins Platz in Moosach, about 100 meters from the restaurant.  Dave will be happy to share a glass of Christmas cheer with you an hour before the show begins (i.e. at 6.30 p.m.).

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Dec
18
to Dec 21

American Drama Group - A Christmas Carol

American Drama Group - A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, in English.  Wednesday, 13th Dec (1100), Monday 18th Dec through Thursday, 21 Dec (1100 ad 1930), and Friday, 22 Dec (0900 and 1930) – Kulturzentrum Gasteig München, Carl-Orff-Saal, Rosenheimerstr. 5, 81667 Munich.  Entry Cost Eur 23 or advance purchase including fee for the Abendkasse Eur 28 (Students 15).

The American Drama Group Europe - Founded during 1978 in Munich and led by AGBC Munich member Grantly Marshall, the ADGE's goal is to perform high quality theatre in as many countries in the world as possible.  Today the organization's reach includes many countries in Europe and Asia, and it is now making a Pan-European tour.  The actors come from New York, London and Paris (in 1985 French theatre performances were added to our repertoire) where the productions are cast and directed. The plays performed include American, British and French classic and modern dramas.  Further details are available at www.adg-europe.com

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Dec
13
7:00 PM19:00

PWN Munich Christmas Dinner

PWN Munich Christmas Dinner

When:   Wednesday, 13 December, 2017.

Time:    1900-2300 

Where:  Restaurant Sparkling Bistro, Amelienstrasse 89, 80799 München

Cost:     Members and Non-members Eur 40.00

 Info and Registration:  https://www.pwnmunich.net/events/836-christmas-dinner.html

The Munich chapter of the Professional Women’s Network (PWN) invites you to a very special Christmas Dinner.  This is a great and wonderful time to be with friends and have a fun networking evening.

The PWN Munich team is organizing a fantastic evening with our partner Sparkling Bistro to enjoy a nice networking dinner together at their location.  The entrance fee includes flying buffet, welcoming drinks, water and 2 glasses of wine.

We are happy to welcome you, your partner and friends. Let's meet and enjoy the time to get to know each other better.

As a special feature, the PWN will be raffling off three copies of the Munich International Women’s Club booklet “20 Walks from Munich.”  This is a highly informative guide to some great hikes in scenic areas near Munich. 

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Dec
13
11:00 AM11:00

American Drama Group - A Christmas Carol

American Drama Group - A Christmas Carol

A Christmas Carol by Charles Dickens, in English.  Wednesday, 13th Dec (1100), Monday 18th Dec through Thursday, 21 Dec (1100 ad 1930), and Friday, 22 Dec (0900 and 1930) – Kulturzentrum Gasteig München, Carl-Orff-Saal, Rosenheimerstr. 5, 81667 Munich.  Entry Cost Eur 23 or advance purchase including fee for the Abendkasse Eur 28 (Students 15).

The American Drama Group Europe - Founded during 1978 in Munich and led by AGBC Munich member Grantly Marshall, the ADGE's goal is to perform high quality theatre in as many countries in the world as possible.  Today the organization's reach includes many countries in Europe and Asia, and it is now making a Pan-European tour.  The actors come from New York, London and Paris (in 1985 French theatre performances were added to our repertoire) where the productions are cast and directed. The plays performed include American, British and French classic and modern dramas.  Further details are available at www.adg-europe.com

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Dec
11
6:30 PM18:30

AGBC Christmas Party - Donisl Wirtshaus

AGBC Munich Christmas Party – Donisl Wirtshaus

When:   Monday, 11th December, 2017

Time:    Registration starts 1830, the drinks and food around 1900

Where:  Donisl Wirtshaus, Weinstrasse 1 (Marienplatz), 80333 Munich

Price:    30.00 EUR for members and guests (incl. Flying Buffet and bottled water). Drinks will be available on a “pay-as-you-consume” basis.

Conditions:  “First paid, first reserved” event.

Sign-Up:  Events tab on the AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

Over the years, our AGBC Christmas events have always been special ones, and this year’s will continue the trend. 

Come and enjoy the Christmas atmosphere at Marienplatz, before warming up inside again this year at the Donisl Wirtshaus, Munich’s 2nd oldest Wirtshaus dating from 1715, a traditional restaurant that was fully renovated during 2013-15 and relaunched in 2016.  Our party will take place on the first floor (2nd floor for Americans) in the Raum Marienplatz, a room overlooking the Marienplatz Christkindlmarkt (Christmas Market). 

With its focus on Bavarian and Austrian specialties, the Donisl also offers a broad range of fine wines plus Hacker-Pschorr and Paulaner Bier (with at least 4 types on tap). The Flying Buffet includes a variety of small traditional Christmas season servings plus a dessert and bottled water. 

The following are the conditions for registration:

  1. Registration and prepayment are required by not later than Thursday, 7th December. This is essential for planning purposes for the Donisl.   
  2. The Price of Eur 30.00 per person must be pre-paid to hold your reservation - the reservation is only valid once your payment is received. Thus: “first paid, first reserved.” Please make your payments as soon as possible. Note:  As in prior years, participants will be asked to pay for their drinks and gratuities separately. 

3.  Payment should be made to the AGBC Bank Account at the Münchner Bank, IBAN DE68 7019 0000 0001 0895 95

  1. Please state your last name, number of tickets being purchased – e.g.: J. Doe and M. Smith, 2 participants AGBC Christmas Party, EURO 60.00 payment.

Conditions of Cancellation: Your registration is considered binding once we have received payment. Due to our commitments to the Donisl Wirtshaus, we are unable to return pre-payments for “no-shows.”

 

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Dec
10
1:00 PM13:00

Gospel and Soul Christmas Show - Triple D Events

MING Event - Gospel & Soul Christmas Show

What:   Gospel and Soul Choir featuring 14 strong voices with mixed traditional and modern Gospel, Soul and R&B.

When:   Sunday, 10th December 2017

Time:    1300-1700. 

Where:  Waldwirtschaft Grosshesselohe (Pullach) – Georg-Kalb-Str. 3, 82049 Munich

Cover Charge for the Music:  Eur 12.00/person, Kids 8-15 Eur 5.00, Kids under 5 free. 

Food and Beverages:  “Pay as you consume” – a la carte.

Sign Up with Dave Dowdy by Thursday, 7th December.

This is a special advent treat offered by Linda Jo Rizzo and Dave Dowdy in coordination with the Waldwirtschaft.  Come out and enjoy 14 strong voices enjoy a wonderful afternoon full of joy and entertainment.  We will be in the "Sarlettl" which is the low building just left of the beer garden, easy-to reach.  Please let Dave know via E-mail if you plan to join the fun and how many seats you need.

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Dec
7
7:00 PM19:00

Joyous Noel - Christmas Benefit Concert

Joyous Noel - Christmas Benefit Concert

When:   Thursday, 7th December, 2016

Time:    1900-2200 

Where:  Jazz Bar Vogler, Rumfordstrasse 17, 80469 Munich.

Costs:    Adults Eur 20.00, Kids over 10 years Eur 10.00, Kids under 10 Years Free, Groups over 5 persons Eur 15.00 per person

Info:     info@hillary-coley-fitness.com, website:  www.hillary-coley-fitness.com

On behalf of the wonderful singers and musicians, AGBC member Hillary Coley invites you again to this wonderful Christmas event!   

The Joyous Noel Christmas Benefit Concert, “Helping People of the World,” seeks to raise funds that in this year will go to the organization "Brücke nach Kiew". The organization supports people in need in the Ukraine, in particular in and around Kiew. More information (in German) can be found on their website:   http://www.bruecke-nach-kiew.de.

The money raised will be used for two projects. The first one is emergency support for handicapped children or children with other health issues that do not get any support from the state. The mothers are often single raising mothers who barely have enough to feed their families. Money is also urgently needed for a shelter where food is provided to deserted children. All the money raised will flow 100% into these projects. 

We are blessed to have great singers and musicians who give of their time freely with songs from all walks of life.  Come and celebrate with us a Joyous Noel, and let’s help put love and joy in the hearts of those who need it most!  Remember, your attendance helps a child in need!

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Dec
4
to Dec 6

Concert Evenings - Johann Sebastian Bach's Christmas Oratorio

Concert Evenings - Johann Sebastian Bach‘s Christmas Oratorio

What:    2017 Finale - Johann Sebastian Bach‘s Christmas Oratorio with the chamber choir and chamber orchestra of the Bayerischen Philharmonie.

Where:   Allerheiligen-Hofkirche der Residenz, Residenzstr. 1, 80333 München

When:    Monday thru Wednesday evenings, 4th-6th December starting at 2000.        

Tickets:          Purchase via telelphone (089 / 120 220 320), by E-mail (info@bayerische-philharmonie.de) or at Munich Ticket (www.muenchenticket.de).

Ticket costs:  € 59, € 49, € 39, € 32, or € 24. 

Discounts:  Students (50% for all performances).  MING group attendees:  10% discount but only for Tuesday, 5th December performance when ordered by phone or E-mail (but not from München Ticket)) - please mention MING when you order.

Led by Conductor Mark Mast, the soloists, chorus, and orchestra of the Bayerische Philharmonie invite the MING to their traditional presentation of the Christmas Oratorio by Johann Sebastian Bach.  This special, contemplative pre–Christmas concert of Bach’s popular vocal masterpiece is a synonym for hope, joy, and radiance, serving as an audio delight for the winter season.  Being held in the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche der Residenz, it is the festive capstone for 2017 for the symphony choir and the Bayerischen Philharmonie. 

The concert features: Johann Sebastian Bach‘s Weihnachtsoratorium, BWV 248, Kantaten I, II & III with soprano Carmela Konrad, Alto Marion Eckstein, Tenor Andreas Weller, and baritone Florian Götz, the chamber choir and orchestra of the Bayerischen Philharmonie under the directon of Mark Mast.

As a special treat for the MING guests attending the 5th December performance, you can participate in a concert introduction  with the conductor which will take place in the Allerheiligen-Hofkirche der Residenz about an hour before the concert begins.  

 

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Dec
4
to Dec 7

American Drama Group - My Sister Syria

American Drama Group - My Sister Syria

My Sister Syria (Thriller – Immigration and the Roots of Terrorism) by Paul Stebbings and Phil Smith, in English.  Monday, 4th Dec through Thursday, 7th Dec (1100 and 1930) – Theater LEO 17, Leopoldstr. 17, 80802 Munich.  Entry Cost Eur 23 or advance purchase including fee for the Abendkasse Eur 28 (Students 14).

The American Drama Group Europe - Founded during 1978 in Munich and led by AGBC Munich member Grantly Marshall, the ADGE's goal is to perform high quality theatre in as many countries in the world as possible.  Today the organization's reach includes many countries in Europe and Asia, and it is now making a Pan-European tour.  The actors come from New York, London and Paris (in 1985 French theatre performances were added to our repertoire) where the productions are cast and directed. The plays performed include American, British and French classic and modern dramas.  Further details are available at www.adg-europe.com

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Dec
1
to Dec 4

MING Event - M Jive's Munich Winter Jive 2017

MING Event – M Jive’s Munich Winter Jive 2017

What:              MJive’s 7th Annual Munich Modern Jive Dance Weekender

When:            Friday, 1 December through Sunday, 3 December

Time:              Friday 1900-0100, Saturday 1030-0100, Sunday 1030-0100.

Where:           Tanzschule Klaus Sennebogen, Karlstr. 44, 80333 Munich

Price:            85€ Weekend Pass, 65€ Day Pass, or 12€/Evening Freestyle-Party                                 

Info and Bookings:  www.mjive.de/winterjive

M Jive’s Munich Modern Jive Weekender features 2 mornings of dance-related workshops (a total of 12 different classes in 2 streams) and 3 afternoons/evenings of visits to some of Munich’s top Christmas attractions (including the main Munich Christmas markets, the Hofbräuhaus, the Weißes Bräuhaus, and Tollwood - Munich Winter Festival).  These will be topped off with 3 nights of partying and dancing starting at 2100. 

The workshops consist of different Modern Jive dance themes and figures, each lasting 45 minutes after a brief demonstration of the content.  On Saturday morning, participant starts with her/his favorite dance theme, then move on to two others, each followed by a short break.  The Sunday session will run similarly with a free choice each time as the guest identifies what tickles her/his fancy.

 

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Nov
29
7:00 PM19:00

AGBC Exchange II - November Monthly Meeting

AGBC Munich 2017 Exchange II - Wednesday, 29th November 2017 - Monthly Meeting

Sharad Gandhi and Christian Ehl – Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Implications for Economic Inequality

Guest Speakers:  Digitalization Gurus - Sharad Gandhi - Consultant, Technology Philosopher and Strategist; and Christian Ehl - CEO Hillert Interactive, Internet Activist and Entrepreneur

When:   Wednesday, 29th November 2017           

Time:    Registration starts 1830; meeting starts at 1900, dinner buffet around 2030. 

Where:  Marriott Hotel, Berlinerstrasse 93, 80805 Munich

Cost:     EUR 25.00 for members and guests (incl. Dinner buffet)

Sign-Up:  Events tab on the AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

Artificial Intelligence (AI) is an increasingly “hot” topic these days.  Sharad Gandhi and Christian Ehl participated on our 30 November 2016 AGBC Exchange II panel discussion that addressed:  “Innovation – Advances in Digitization, Digitalization and New Business Models.”  Since then they have been very busy finalizing their new book AI&U.  As masters in helping us understand many of the implications, they will demystify AI and help us start to identify approaches for harnessing its power for advancing our organizations’ progress.

Here is the core thrust of the book:  “The next technology to create the biggest and widest impact on all aspects of our lifestyle, industries, and society has arrived. It is Artificial Intelligence (AI) with its newly acquired magic of Machine Learning. AI is the next big thing and will transform all businesses. AI is inevitable. Its progress and disruptive power is evidenced in a number of areas – like Apple Siri, IBM Watson and Tesla cars. The use of AI for future competitiveness and survival is a must.”

In the process of writing their book Christian and Sharad talked to AI experts in Europe, USA and Asia - business leaders and non-technical people. Through their research and discussions, they explored many facets of AI while identifying interesting insights about AI, its applications, and how our natural human intelligence works.

While the advancements in AI enable high productivity, these also translate as wealth for creators which can cause economic inequality.  Those not leading the development in AI have less chance to compete. The health and longevity of a few may improve significantly while the rest of the population may fall behind.  We will discuss the risks of economic inequality and start to consider steps needed to mitigate these effects.    

Sharad Gandhi is a technology philosopher and strategist for creating business value with digital technologies. By education, he is a physicist and electronics engineer and a marketing strategist by profession. He is a global citizen having lived and worked in Europe, USA and India for leading companies - Intel, IBM, Siemens and Tata. In spite of being passionate about technology, he is aware and concerned about problems that technology creates. However, he believes that eventually technologies like the Internet, AI, robotics, biotech, genetics, new materials and Space will help create innovations and solutions for many of our global problems in environment, energy, inequality, poverty, health, and demography

Christian Ehl is an Internet activist and experienced entrepreneur with a passion for technology and how it transforms our lives and the way we do business. He is working to leverage Artificial Intelligence for a good future by working with various start-ups and corporations on AI projects. In addition to this, he is also involved in the Breakthrough Innovation work with the United Nations and the DO School. Christian is an active business angel and CEO of Hillert Interactive. He holds an electronics engineering degree from the Technical University of Munich and an MBA from Wake Forest University.

 

 

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Nov
28
7:00 PM19:00

Thrive International Event - #GivingTuesday

Thrive International Event - #GivingTuesday

What:    A global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.

When:   Tuesday, 28th November, 2016

Time:    1900-2300 

Where:  Bürgerhaus Glockenbachwerkstatt, Blumenstr. 7, 80331 (across from Schrannenhalle) -  http://www.glockenbachwerkstatt.de

Sign-Up:  Events tab at on the AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

#GivingTuesday is a global day of giving fueled by the power of social media and collaboration.  Celebrated on the Tuesday following Thanksgiving (in the U.S.) and the widely recognized shopping events Black Friday and Cyber Monday, #GivingTuesday kicks off the charitable season, when many focus on their holiday and end-of-year giving. After a successful launch of #GivingTuesday last year, we celebrate the day of giving this year again in Germany on the 28. November 2017. 

Our 3rd annual Munich #GivingTuesday features 23 organizations and social startups who will introduce themselves as part of a market place at the Glockenbach Werkstatt.  The center point will be a special fundraising auction with the proceeds going completely to good causes.  There will be food, drinks and entertainment, and visitors have the chance to casually get to know organizations and support them by both donating time or money. Admission to the event is free.

Come by and enjoy a relaxed evening with live music, interesting people and the opportunity to get involved in the local community, all for a good cause. Be part of #GivingTuesday!

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Nov
24
7:00 PM19:00

MING Event - 17th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

MING Event – “Friends of Linda Jo Rizzo” – 17th Annual Thanksgiving Dinner

When:   Friday Evening, 24th Nov., 1900-2300.

Where:  Der Alter Wirt, Dachauerstr. 274, 80992 München (Moosach) – www.alterwirt-moosach.de.  S1 or U3 Moosach Bahnhof or Tram 20 Pelkovenstr.

Cost:     Eur 45 per seat – children Eur 25 – 50% deposit required by 13th Nov.  Please pay to the LJ Music & Events bank account at Münchner Bank:

IBAN DE95 7019 0000 0108 9102 35, BIC GENODEF 1M01.

Reservations and payment details:  mail@ljmusic-events.de .      

Please join members of MING (Munich International Networking Group) organizations in celebrating this year’s Thanksgiving with Linda Jo Rizzo at Der Alter Wirt in Munich (Moosach).    We will again dine in the gemütliche Alpen Hütte with our feast:  a 4-course all-American turkey dinner (the works = pumpkin cream soup, Caesar-type salad, roast turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pear cheesecake). In addition, the event features All-American entertainment and music by Munich’s acclaimed international entertainers Mark Coonradt and Linda. 

While our MING get-together will be on 24th November, Der Alter Wirt and Linda also will host a similar Thanksgiving dinner event on the evening of 23th November (US Thanksgiving Day).

 

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Nov
23
7:00 PM19:00

Friends of Linda Jo Rizzo - 17th Annual Thanksgiving DinnerMING Event

When:   Thursday Evening, 23rd Nov., 1900-2300.

Where:  Der Alter Wirt, Dachauerstr. 274, 80992 München (Moosach) – www.alterwirt-moosach.de.  S1 or U3 Moosach Bahnhof or Tram 20 Pelkovenstr.

Cost:     Eur 45 per seat – children Eur 25 – 50% deposit required by 13th Nov.  Please pay to the LJ Music & Events bank account at Münchner Bank:

IBAN DE95 7019 0000 0108 9102 35, BIC GENODEF 1M01.

Reservations and payment details:  mail@ljmusic-events.de .      

23rd November is US Thanksgiving Day.  Please join with Friends of Linda Jo Rizzo and members of MING (Munich International Networking Group) in celebrating this year’s Thanksgiving with Linda Jo Rizzo at Der Alter Wirt in Munich (Moosach).    We will again dine in the gemütliche Alpen Hütte with our feast:  a 4-course all-American turkey dinner (the works = pumpkin cream soup, Caesar-type salad, roast turkey with stuffing, mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce and pear cheesecake). In addition, the event features All-American entertainment and music by Munich’s acclaimed international entertainers Mark Coonradt and Linda. 

 

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Oct
25
7:00 PM19:00

AGBC Monthly Meeting - Prof Dr Ulrike Reisach

Prof. Dr. Ulrike Reisach:  Challenges in Today’s Transatlantic Business World

Guest Speaker:  Prof. Dr. Ulrike Reisach, Neu Ulm University of Applied Sciences will address: Challenges in Today’s Transatlantic Business World.

When:   Wednesday, 25th October 2017

Time:    Registration starts 1830; meeting starts at 1900, dinner buffet around 2030. 

Where:  Marriott Hotel, Berlinerstrasse 93, 80805 Munich

Cost:     EUR 25.00 for members, Eur 35.00 for guests (incl. Dinner buffet)

Sign-Up:  Events tab on the new AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

Please join us for an enlightening discussion and general info on the state of the current transatlantic business and trade relationships between Germany/Europe and the U.S. 

1. What are the similarities and differences in the perception of current issues?

2. What are the principal expectations and factors driving the relationship? 

3. How will the US’s current positions affect the relationship? 

a.  Within Europe?

b.  With the current trade relationship between Canada and Germany/Europe?

c.  With Germany and Europe’s relationships with China?

d.  Regarding German industries’ trade and investment decisions?

e.  Regarding interest and public perception of the USA and its role in the global order.

Ulrike Reisach PhD, Professor at the Neu-Ulm University of Applied Sciences, Bavaria/Germany, is an expert on communication and management strategies for leading international companies. She is teaching international strategic management, international business negotiations and intercultural communications. Regions covered:  Australia, Canada, China, France, Italy, Japan, Singapore, South Africa, Turkey and the USA. Her research interests include the management styles and internationalization strategies of global companies as well as corporate foresight and innovation communication, corporate culture, corporate governance and corporate communications.

For 20 years, she has held management positions for corporate communications and international strategy development, such as Director of Siemens Corporate Communication and Government Affairs for the former CEO Dr. v. Pierer and Director Market Intelligence and Global Trends for the Siemens Corporate Development and Strategy Department. Based on her experience in many projects in Asia, especially in the People’s Republic of China, and in the USA, she has published 12 books and numerous scientific articles on international management and knowledge transfer. Several editions of her book on German-Chinese Economic Co-operation have been leading textbooks for German managers’ preparation for China. She is engaged in think tanks, research projects and working groups and a member of the China Expert Group at the German Federal Ministry of Education and Research for the Chinese-German Innovation Dialogue and Platform.  For more information see http://www.ulrike-reisach.de/en/profile/

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Oct
21
8:00 PM20:00

Concert Evening - Mozart Requiem -MING Event

 

Concert Evening - Mozart Requiem – MING Event

What:   Mozart Requiem - Concert debut of the new partnership between the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bayerische Philharmonie

Where:  Herkulessaal in the Residenz, Residenzstr. 1, 80333 München

When:  Saturday, 21 Oct 2017 beginning at 2000 Uhr.

Tickets:          Purchase via telelphone (089 / 120 220 320), by E-mail (info@bayerische-philharmonie.de) or at Munich ticket (www.muenchenticket.de).

Ticket costs:  € 59, € 49, € 39, € 32, or € 24. 

Discounts:     Available for students (50%) and members of the MING groups (10% when ordered by phone or E-mail (but not from München Ticket)) - please mention MING when you order.

The Bayerische Philharmonie invites MING to a special German-American classical concert celebrating the debut of a new partnership between the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra and the Bayerische Philharmonie.  The first part of this concert features the American guest conductor Laurence Golan with musicians from the Denver Philharmonic Orchestra performing together with musicians from the Symphonie Orchestra of the Bayerische Philharmonie.  They will perform the “Magnificat” from Franz Schubert.  Following the “Magnificat” you will hear the choir of the Bayerische Philharmonie performing “Prayers Without Words” presented by the American composer Laurence Traiger.

During the second part of this concert evening, the Bayerische Philharmonie will perform a composition of Mozart’s “Requiem.”  In a most beautiful, dark, menacing and mysterious, way, Mozart's last, still unfinished work leaves us today with many questions. The music of the "Requiem" bears tremendous intensity. The unusual circumstances of the composition and the temporal context of the requiem mass with Mozart's early death have inspired myth-making.  This mystery will make this autumn evening  a powerful and intense experience, one featuring soloists (soprano) Carmela Konrad, Ulrike Andersen (alt), Andreas Weller (tenor) and Alexander Kiechle (bass), as well as the choir and Symphony Orchestra of the Bavarian Philharmonic under the direction of Mark Mast.

As a special treat for the MING guests, you can participate in a concert introduction with the conductors in German and English language which will take place about an hour before the concert begins.  

 

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Oct
14
11:00 AM11:00

2017 English Book Sale - Day 2

2017 English Book Sale

When:     Friday 13th October 1500-1900, Saturday 14th October from 1100 -1500.

Where:    Ernst-Mach-Gymnasium, Jagdfeldring 82, 85540 Haar.

FRIENDS OF THE ENGLISH BOOK SALE - Not long now till the summer vacation and lazy days with plenty of time to catch up on your reading. Please make a point of holding on to any English literature that you've read but don't need to keep - you'll have an opportunity to recycle it in aid of the Ilembula Project in Tanzania at the 2017 English Book Sale.

This year‘s sale will again be taking place at our new, more spacious, venue in the Ernst Mach Gymnasium in Haar; the school also supports various initiatives in Ilembula, Tanzania, and has again kindly made its premises available to us for the sale. Judging by your comments last year, both you and the volunteer helpers found these new light and airy premises very suited to our needs – precise details about how to get there will be sent out in September.

As usual the English Book Sales team asks you to support their cause by donating English books and DVDs for which you have no further use and which are still in good sellable condition. Please note in your calendars that the team we will ask for your donations between Saturday 23rd September and Saturday 7th October – this gives them time to sort and price the donations (which tend to run into several thousand) before the actual sale. They will mail you further details of where and when to bring your donations nearer the date. At the sale you will then be able to stock up on your English reading matter in the happy knowledge that every cent you spend on books and DVDs will be used to support needy families and orphans in Tanzania.

Thank you all for your continuing support, the people in Ilembula certainly appreciate your help.

We wish you a very enjoyable and relaxing summer and look forward to seeing you and your friends in the autumn.

 Contact information:

Email addressenglish-book-sale@gmx.de

Facebook: Munich English Book Sale

Twitter: @EnglishBookSale

For telephone queries please phone Gerlinde Rückert on 089 46 31 98

or Kirsten Braun on 089 46 20 32 64.

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Oct
13
3:00 PM15:00

2017 English Book Sale - Day 1

2017 English Book Sale 

When:     Friday 13th October 1500-1900, Saturday 14th October from 1100 -1500.

Where:    Ernst-Mach-Gymnasium, Jagdfeldring 82, 85540 Haar.

FRIENDS OF THE ENGLISH BOOK SALE - Not long now till the summer vacation and lazy days with plenty of time to catch up on your reading. Please make a point of holding on to any English literature that you've read but don't need to keep - you'll have an opportunity to recycle it in aid of the Ilembula Project in Tanzania at the 2017 English Book Sale.

This year‘s sale will again be taking place at our new, more spacious, venue in the Ernst Mach Gymnasium in Haar; the school also supports various initiatives in Ilembula, Tanzania, and has again kindly made its premises available to us for the sale. Judging by your comments last year, both you and the volunteer helpers found these new light and airy premises very suited to our needs – precise details about how to get there will be sent out in September.

As usual the English Book Sales team asks you to support their cause by donating English books and DVDs for which you have no further use and which are still in good sellable condition. Please note in your calendars that the team we will ask for your donations between Saturday 23rd September and Saturday 7th October – this gives them time to sort and price the donations (which tend to run into several thousand) before the actual sale. They will mail you further details of where and when to bring your donations nearer the date. At the sale you will then be able to stock up on your English reading matter in the happy knowledge that every cent you spend on books and DVDs will be used to support needy families and orphans in Tanzania.

Thank you all for your continuing support, the people in Ilembula certainly appreciate your help.

We wish you a very enjoyable and relaxing summer and look forward to seeing you and your friends in the autumn.

 Contact information:

Email addressenglish-book-sale@gmx.de

Facebook: Munich English Book Sale

Twitter: @EnglishBookSale

For telephone queries please phone Gerlinde Rückert on 089 46 31 98

or Kirsten Braun on 089 46 20 32 64.

 

 

 

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Oct
8
3:00 PM15:00

MING Event - SoulSunday

Soul Sunday – 8th October

Dave Dowdy’s Triple D Events is hosting its next Soul Sunday event featuring the best in Munich soul, funk and pop music

When:              Sunday, 8th October, 1500-1900

Where:             Restaurant Alter Wirt, Dachauerstr. 274, Moosach – easy to reach per Tram, U-Bah or S-Bahn

Band:               Soul Crewwith great soul, funk, and pop music from the 70’s to 90’s

Cover Charge: Eur 12.00/person, to be paid in cash at the door.  Children younger than 8 get in for free.  . 

Costs:              Food and drink on a “pay-as-you-go” basis.

The event is again organized by MING co-founding member Dave Dowdy.  Staged in a private room at the restaurant, Soul Crew will perform for your listening and dancing pleasure:  a fantastic selection of soul, funk, and pop from the 60’s to the 90’s.  And you can also network with the other MING groups while having have a great time.  

Conveniences: Parking area, beer garden with children's playground next to our private room. With good weather during music pauses, guests can move freely to/from the Biergarten.

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