Events are open to the public unless otherwise noted.  Location is 1700 Moss Street in New Orleans unless otherwise specified.  The Deutsches Haus on Moss Street  opened November 18, 2018, which was also the 90th Anniversary of Deutsches Haus in New Orleans!  (link to map)


German Language Classes – New children’s class starts January 25. Spots still available. The adult class session started week of January 13  *More Info*

Board of Directors Election Night.  Tuesday, January 28, 7:30 pm. Food service available. (Members only)

Haus Social. Friday, January 31. 6:00 pm. Cellist Juliana Soltis will perform selections from her new album Going Off-Script: The Ornamented Suites for Cello. An exploration of the lost tradition of ornamentation in Johann Sebastian Bach’s beloved solo cello works. Free and open to the public. Expanded food service starts at 6pm. Music will start with a singalong and German folk music. The featured cello performance starts at 8pm. More on Ms Soltis here.


Kulturabend. Tuesday, February 4, 7 pm. Anthony Bultman will give a presentation on his father Fritz Bultman, who was an American Abstract expressionist painter, sculptor and collagist who was born in New Orleans. Presenting with him will be Emily Siekkinen and Kristina Larson of Octavia Gallery. Fritz Bultman, while born in New Orleans, was one of the New York School of artists known as the “Irascibles”. He is considered a very important artist who helped to change the American cultural landscape, according to David Houston, curator of the Ogden Museum of Southern Art. Food service will be available before the talk. The event is free and open to the public.

German Consulate Appointments. Tuesday, February 11. Afternoon only. *More information*

Kino.  Wednesday, February 12, 7:30 pm.  Movie: Im Juli (In July). A rare German romantic comedy. Screened in  German with English sub-titles. Free and open to the public.  Food and drink available for purchase.

Galvez Street Night. Friday, February 14, 3:00 – 11:00 pm. Galvez Night will be held monthly in the Bier Stube on the 2nd Friday of the month. ​Celebrate the memories and lore of Deutsches Haus Galvez Street!

Fasching. Saturday, February 15, 7:30 pm-10:30 pm. The first Mardi Gras ball and costume party at the new Deustches Haus location on Moss St. DJ for music. Food and drink available. Prizes for the best male and female costumes. Tickets $5 per person. *Tickets here*

Mardi Gras. Tuesday, February 25. Haus closed.

Trivia Night. Friday,February 28, 7:30 pm – Food service starts 6:30 pm. Free to play. Bring your team, come by and be a one person team, or join up with others to form a larger team. *More Info*

March 2020

Day at the Races. Saturday, March 7, 11:30 am at the New Orleans Fairgrounds. Join Deutsches Haus for a day of horse and dachshund races. *More info and Tickets*

Kino.  Wednesday, March 11, 7:30 pm.  Movie: Monty Python’s Fliegender Zirkus. In 1972, A fan convinced Monty Python to write and film a comedy episode for German TV! Come watch as the troupe members John Cleese, Eric Idle, Michael Palan, Graham Chapman, Terry Jones & Terry Gilliam speak (or try really hard to speak) German! This includes Holzfällerlied (The Lumberjack song!). Screened in  original German with English sub-titles. Free and open to the public.  Food and drink available for purchase.

Weekly Activities

German Language Classes – New class session starts week of January 13 *More Info*

Kinderchor (Children Chorus)  Children’s German Choir.  On a break for now.   

Sangerchor (Singers’ Chorus) 1st and 3rd Monday.

Liederkranz Chor (German Folk Sing-A-Long) 2nd and 4th Monday, 7:30pm to 8:30. Open to the public, just for fun – just come and sing.   With an emphasis of singing songs “auf deutsch”, the goal is to honor the German heritage that is remembered in old German folk songs, with perhaps a passing nod to more current German melodies. Meets in the Bier Stube .      

Link to full Deutsches Haus calendar