The Board of Directors of the German-American Heritage Foundation and the staff of the German-American Heritage Museum in Washington, D.C. wish you all a very merry Christmas, and a new year filled with happiness, success, and health!
A very happy Thanksgiving from all of us at GAHF to you, your families, and your friends. We hope that you can enjoy some special time together on Thanksgiving and throughout the year.
Do you know a high school student who wants to spend a year abroad? The Council on International Educational Exchange, or CIEE, a nonprofit organization, is looking for students with U.S. citizenship who are between 15 and 18 (birthdates: Feb. 1, 2002 – Aug. 1, 2005) with a GPA of 3.0 or higher to apply for a fully-funded academic year in Germany.
Written by Kelsey Cartelli
We have officially left summer behind. But before it’s time to put up those Halloween decorations, there’s one can’t-miss-festival on the horizon: Oktoberfest!
Please note that the GAHM will be closed due to illness on Friday, Oct. 11. We are currently very short-staffed, and apologize for any inconvenience.
Tomorrow, October 6, is German-American Day 2019! In honor of this occasion, there will be a ceremony at the German-American Friendship Garden at 1600 Constitution Avenue in Washington, DC at 10 am.