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A Dinner and a Concert

May 19, 2014   //   by Brian Jones   //   Blog, Events, Featured, News  //  No Comments

Deutsches Haus Damenchor-Saengerchor
Presents
A DINNER AND A CONCERT

Ira Milan Dance Band

band


Dinner 
Menu

Goulasch Mashed Potatoes Noodles 
Medley of Vegetables Salad Rolls Cake Coffee


Friday, June 6
The doors will open at 5
Concert will begin at 7 pm
A
dmission is $25 a person
Cash bar
504.833.7127

German Regional Dinner

May 19, 2014   //   by Brian Jones   //   Blog, Events, Featured, News, Uncategorized  //  No Comments

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HAMBURG

Saturday, July 19

6pm to 10:30pm

Vorspeise (Appeitizers)
Salad Soup form Hamburg

Hauptgericht (Main Course)
Hamburger Pannfisch oder Huhn mit Senfsauce
(Fish or Chicken in Mustard Sauce)


Nachtisch (Dessert)

TICKETS

2014 Wine Tasting Series

May 19, 2014   //   by Brian Jones   //   Blog, Events, Featured, News  //  No Comments

 Wine-tasting

Individual event ticket – $30 per person

Series ticket – $75 per person (Tickets)

Friday, June 20 – Wines of Italy (Tickets)

Friday, Sept 19 – Wines of the Pacific NorthWest (Tickets)
Friday, Nov 14 – Sparkling Wines of the World (Tickets)

Oktoberfest

May 9, 2014   //   by Brian Jones   //   Blog, Events, Featured, News  //  No Comments

To be held in Rivertown, Kenner

For 3 weekends
October 10, 11, 17, 18, 24, 25

Kulturabend

May 9, 2014   //   by Brian Jones   //   Blog, Events, Featured, News  //  No Comments

Wednesday, May 14

We welcome Consul General Klaus-Jochen Gühlcke,
head of the Consulate General of Germany in Houston.
His office is responsible for German affairs in Texas,
Louisiana, Arkansas, Oklahoma and New Mexico.
He has served in the Houston office since 2011,
and will retire from the German Foreign Service in the summer.
Previous postings have included to German diplomatic missions in Ivory Coast, Iran, Poland,
Libya, France, Slovakia, and in German Foreign Office in first in Bonn and later in Berlin.
Consul General Gühlcke is a native of Hanseatic port city of Lübeck,
served 4 years in the Bundeswehr,
studied Political Science at the University of Hamburg and
at the Diplomatic Academy of the German Foreign Office in Bonn.
His first foreign posting was in 1981. He is married and is the father of three children.

Consul General Gühlcke will speak about the work of the General Consulate in Houston,
and share experiences from his many years in the German Diplomatic Service.
The Consul General will be introduced by our own Honorary Consul of Germany in New Orleans,
Paul Andersson Esq., who is well known to all at the Deutsches Haus.

6 p.m. German Food available at a nominal charge
7 p.m. Presentation by the Consul General followed by Questions and Answers