We’re sorry. The German-American Heritage Museum of the USA™ is closed on Sunday, December 4th. Our Christmas Market was held on Saturday, December 3rd. An announcement incorrectly stated that the event was held on the 4th, but this was a typo. Apologies for the misprint and thank you for your understanding.
Due to limited space, tickets for the Christmas Festival on Saturday, December 3rd are sold out and will not be available at the door. Sorry for any inconvenience! We wish you a happy holiday season!
On Wednesday, October 26th, 2016, the German-American Heritage Foundation of the USA® hosted its 30th Annual Council of 1000 Award & Fundraising Gala to honor the philanthropist and entrepreneur Mr. Philip Anschutz as 2016’s Distinguished German-American of the Year™. Members of Washington’s German-American community as well as friends and family of Mr. Philip Anschutz gathered at the elegant Anderson House in Dupont Circle to celebrate this momentous affair. Distinguished guests included members of the diplomatic community, German-American organizations, prominent business representatives. The featured keynote speaker was John Mack, Senior Advisor and former CEO of Morgan Stanley.
Sponsored by the Association of German-American Societies of Greater Washington, DC (AGAS) with representatives from the German Information Center and the National Park Service, celebrations were held at the German-American Friendship Garden on the National Mall in observance of German-American Day!
Photo courtesy of Michael Pindter. The opening reception for Lawyers Without Rights was a great success. We would especially like to thank our guest speakers, Judge Marian Blank Horn, Robert Gross, Phillip Carter, and Michael Stein for their personal familial accounts that tied perfectly into the exhibit narrative. In addition, we would like to thank the Bundesrechtsanwaltskammer (German Federal Bar) and the American Bar Association, who are responsable for the creation of this powerful exhibit. Please click here to see photos.