Events are open to the public unless otherwise noted. Location is 1700 Moss Street in New Orleans unless otherwise specified. There is always ample free parking in the rear of the building. (link to map)
The Deutsches Haus is now open 6 days a week for regular hours for beverages and food. And we have beautiful grounds with picnic tables and oak trees so you can be outside.
Quarterly Membership Meeting. Sunday, September 17. For members only. Look in your email for information for voting on proposals.
Liederkranz. Thursday, September 21, 7pm- 8pm. Singing traditional German folk songs – just for fun. All are invited!
Autumn German Classes. 10 week session for adults starts the week of September 18. Registration now open. *More Details*
Kulturabend. Tuesday, September 19, 7 pm. Songs for Stage and Screen. performed by the New Orleans Trombone Choir. Music will include pieces such as All I Ask of You (from the musical The Phantom of The Opera), Pirates of The Caribbean theme and The Rains of Castamere (from Game of Thrones)
Trivia Night. Friday, September 22. Game starts at 7pm. Food service starts 6pm.
Parking for Beignet Fest. Saturday, September 23. Park at the Haus parking lot for Beignet Fest. $10 with a shuttle to fest site. Haus will be open. Fest is 10am to 6pm. Includes 22 food vendors, artist booths and a kids village.
Symphonic Music & Beer. Sunday, September 24, 5pm. A Taste of the LPO. The LPO Volunteers invite you to join us for the first taste of the season. Enjoy music by the Louisiana Philharmonic Orchestra horns (Mollie Pate, Jon Cannon, Max Paulus, Kevin Winter) while you sip a variety of specially selected beers! Kevin is a home brewer and will comment on the types of beer as well as the music.
$40 ticket includes a flight of selected beers and a soft pretzel. Purchase at lpomusic.com. Must be 21 or older to attend.
Kino. Tuesday, September 26, 7:30 pm. Das Leben der Anderen (The Lives of Others) *More Details*
German Unity Day. Tuesday, October 3. 5pm Doors open. 5:30pm program begins. German Unity Day is the National Day of Germany, celebrated on October 3 as a public holiday. It commemorates German reunification in 1990 when the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) joined the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany), so that for the first time since 1945 there existed a single German state.
Oktoberfest! October 13-14, 20-21, and 27-28. Join us for 3 Fridays & Saturdays in 2023 ! *More Details*
95th Anniversary Celebration. November 17-18. The Haus will be 95 years old!
ChristKindlMarket. December 1 -3. A German-style Christmas Market. Registration for Vendors is open. More information.
Weekly and Monthly Activities
Choir. 1st and 3rd Fridays. The Damenchor (ladies) meet at 7 p.m. and the Saengerchor (men) meet at 8 pm. *More Information* Both groups would love to welcome new members.
Wander Gruppe -Running/Walking Group – Join in for a casual walk or run every Thursday. Choose your own pace & we’ll go for a 2 or 3 mile route in the park or neighborhood then gather at the Haus for Gemütlichkeit. Gather at 5:30 pm, leave for run/walk at 6pm.
Liederkranz – every third Thursday. Just for fun – sing-along with German folk songs. Everyone welcome.
German Language Classes – *More Info*
Ladies Auxiliary. The Ladies Auxiliary meets on the first Thursday of every month at 7pm. *More information*