Calendar of Upcoming Programs and Events
All events at the German American Heritage Center unless otherwise stated.  Programs may be subject to change.
Contact director@gahc.org or call 563-322-8844 for more information.

Exhibit now open through
November 9
 
Berlin: Divided Past, United Future  
Exhibit now open  Schleswig-Holstein - Turmoil on the German-Danish Border.
 
Saturday, November 1
2:00
 
Stories From The Wall - a round table discussion with by Nick Pitz and Michael Hustedde.
Sunday, November 2
2:00
 
The 48ers - German Revolutionaries in America with Dr. Yogi Reppmann.
Saturday, November 8
10-12 and 1-3pm
 
Springerle Workshops:  Papercasting and Gingerbread Making. 
Must register by September 15.
Tuesday, November 11
7:00 p.m.
Book Discussion:  Germania: In wayward pursuit of the Germans and their history  by Simon Winder. Bettendorf Public Library.
 
Saturday, November 15
10:00
 
Christkindlmarkt opens.
Saturday, November 15
10:00
Exhibit opens:  Truce in the Trenches - The remarkable true story of a Christmas peace in the middle of a war.
 
Sunday, November 16
2:00
 
Schleswig-Holstein Turmoil on the Border and its impact on immigration to Iowa with Dr. Bill Roba.
Sunday, November 23
2:00
 
George Eaton will discuss the 1914 Christmas Truce of World War I
Sunday, December 7
2:00
Christmas Zither Concert, St. Mark's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Davenport
Saturday, December 13
Bus departs at 3:00
 
Bus trip to see The Christmas Schooner, Mercury Theater, Chicago.  Must register by Nov. 15.
August 20 - September 2, 2015 German Heritage Tour and Southern River Cruise