August 26-28, 2016
Join us for the 46th Annual Germania Oktoberfest…
The most authentic Oktoberfest in the Cincinnati region, with traditional German food & entertainment: Oktoberfest chickens, flame-roasted pork, wursts, German pastries, German biers, wein and schnapps, live music, rides and games for the kids and the young at heart!
Fri, Aug 26, 6pm-12am
Sat, Aug 27, 2pm-12am
Sun, Aug 28, 12pm-8pm
More information coming soon!
Please join us for the Germania Membership Picnic, Sunday, July 10 – 2:00pm at the Germania Pavilion. Dinner (at approx 5:00pm) will be catered by Hammann’s. $5 for members (bring ID or membership card). Non-members: $10. Drinks will be served at the Pavilion Bar at membership prices. Music by DJ Grant. Kinder activities presented by Kristy St. Michael. And a rocketContinue ReadingContinue Reading
Saturday, July 23 at 1pm – Jung Germania Presents a Craft Beer Tasting at Braxton Brewing Company with the Brewers. EVERYONE is welcome and encouraged to attend! Braxton (whose beers were very popular at Maifest) are providing a special tasting of their beers, showcasing their commitment to brewing German-styles.Continue Reading
Donations (beer, wine, spirits, schnapps, etc.) are needed for the “Oktoberfest Wagon of Cheer.” Donations may be brought to the June, July, and August Membership Meetings and at the July Member Picnic.Continue Reading
OFFICIAL “Germania Maiwein” is now available at Myrtle’s Punch House (near DeSales Corner in East Walnut Hills). Cincinnati’s own legendary mixologist, Molly Wellman, has whipped up an accurate recreation of Germania’s Maifest Maiwein recipeContinue 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