November 18-20, 2016
Join us for the 19th Annual Germania Christkindlmarkt…
The oldest and most authentic Christkindlmarkt in the Cincinnati region, with traditional German food, German Bier and Gluhwein, German pastries, holiday entertainment, children’s lantern parade, and shopping for unique imported German gifts and crafts.
Plus visits from St. Nikolaus
and Santa Claus!
Fri, Nov 18, 5pm-10pm
Sat, Nov 19, 11am-10pm
Sun, Nov 20, 12pm-5pm
Physical culture and sport are an integral part of German culture. According to the German Embassy, about 27 million people (or a quarter of the population) belong to sports clubs, while another 12 million participate in sports independently. While many of these sports include such competitive sports as soccer, basketball, handball, volleyball, and ice hockey,Continue Reading
“Walking in a Wiener Wonderland” The Germania Volksmarch Gruppe is celebrating Wieners and Wiener Dogs with a 5K and 10K Walk. A Volksmarch (people’s march) is a non-competitive leisurely walk along a marked trail. The goal of a Volksmarch is to develop physical fitness and good health and enjoy the camaraderie of fellow walkers.Continue Reading
You can establish a legacy with the Germania Society by purchasing an engraved brick to be displayed in the Maibaumplatz at Germania Park. We will etch your name (or the name of your company, school, church or organization or any saying you choose) in the brick to permanently recognize your generosity. Bricks are also aContinue Reading
As you know, Germania runs two booths at Oktoberfest Zinzinnati in downtown Cincinnati: a merchandise booth and a food booth. We still need help in both booths for the entire weekend, as well as for set up and tear down. This is a significant money-maker for the club, and a great way to reach out to people who haven’t heard about the Germania Society and our events. And a really fun time!Continue Reading
Oktoberfest, Christkindlmarkt, and Maifest, plus smaller events like our twice-yearly Volksmarch (group hike in the woods), a wine-tasting, and a stein auction. We also host many more events for our members each month, including parties, picnics, and various socials for holidays and special occasions.Germania opens its doors to the public several times a year with events for the whole family, primarily:
Gruppen (groups) that provide various opportunities for our members to explore German culture or take part in fun activities. In addition, we also have a number of committees that plan and execute our various events, as well as maintain our organization and facilities. We encourage all our members to explore the opportunities for fun and service within the club.The Germania Society has many
tour of our facilities. Germania Park is located in Colerain Township, on 18 acres of primarily wooded land with hiking trails, and includes a large klubhouse/banquet hall with a bar and outdoor biergarten, a traditional maipole, a large pavilion with it’s own bar and walk-in cooler, outdoor bathrooms, a children’s playground, a wooded picnic grove, and a large wiesn (festival grounds).Take a virtual