October 27, 2018
It is that time of year again for OUR FAMOUS FISH FRY! Please join us for our Lenten Fish Fry every Friday from 5PM to 8PM starting on March 8 to April 12 (there is no fish fry on Good Friday). The Germania Klubhaus is open to the public for dining in and carry-out. … Continue Reading
The Kehraus “Sweepout” Party is this Saturday! Join Prinz John I, Prinzessin Becky I and the Germania Erste Karneval Gesellschaft to close out the fun and foolishness of the 5×11 (55th Annual) Karneval at the Kehraus “Sweepout” Party on Saturday, February 23, 2019 at 7:11 PM at Germania Park. Germania’s Karneval Group is celebrating its… Continue Reading
Make your reservations now for Germania’s Maskenball, before the event sells out! Prinz John I, Prinzessin Becky I and the Germania Erste Karneval Gesellschaft are preparing for the fun and foolishness of the 5×11 (55th Annual) Karneval Maskenball on Saturday, February 2, 2019 at the Radisson Hotel Covington. Germania’s Karneval Group is celebrating its 55th… Continue Reading
MEDIA CONTACTS: Janice Barr PR Coordinator Germania Society of Cincinnati [email protected] 513-520-9142 Christkindlmarkt Information [email protected] FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: Germania Society Begins Holiday Season with Annual Christkindlmarkt Cincinnati’s Oldest and Most Authentic German Christmas Market happens Nov 16-18 at Germania Park CINCINNATI, OH – November 14, 2018: Members of the Germania Society are busy decking… Continue Reading
This fall, the Germania Volksmarch Gruppe is celebrating Earth Day! Walk with your friends for a 5k and 10k German-Style Hike. This is a PUBLIC event, open to all.
Nature lovers will enjoy our beautiful trails in Germania Park as well as the meadows, farmland, and rural roads, great exercise for health enthusiasts, and fun for the whole family.
Oktoberfest and Christkindlmarkt, 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