Travel to Germany and the Czech Republic 2017 Homeland Heritage Tour Bavaria, Germany and the Western Czech Republic May 31 – June 13, 2017 Registration Deadline is March 1st Hosted by Wade Olsen – Genealogist, Historian, Tour Guide This is a unique opportunity to join a tour designed specifically for people with German-Bohemian, Bavarian and Czech […]
We are having our Open House, Saturday February 4, 2017 10:30 am to 4:00 pm The Library is located at 1200 South Broadway (rear entrance) in New Ulm. You are Welcome to join us for refreshments and Gemutlichkeit! Visitors can meet GBHS members, tour the small museum, and delve into the GBHS family records to search […]
German-Bohemian Fall Meeting Saturday October 22, 2016 Featuring Gary Wiltscheck talking about, “What it means to be German-Bohemian” Gary’s presentation will include entertaining audio, videos, photos, and information from his personal experiences and travels over the years. 5 pm Social Hour 6 pm – Dinner and Business Meeting 7 pm Program Location – New Ulm […]
German-Bohemian Picnic September 10, 2016 Hermann Heights Park – Next to Hermann Fest 11:00 am to 4:00 pm Lunch at Noon Bring your favorite German-Bohemian dish to share This year it will once again be Combined with the Luxembourg Heritage Society.
It was a great gathering and celebration at the German-Bohemian Immigrant Monument. Here is a link to the New Ulm Journal Story: http://www.mynewsonthego.com/newulm/Reader/Story.aspx?id=b7360b73-07b9-4094-88bf-70dc18ac6403
Our German-Bohemian Immigrant Ancestors created great opportunities for all of their descendants. Creating a monument to honor them was a wonderful accomplishment. Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the monument is a great way to enjoy our culture and heritage. Hope to see everyone there. Check out this article about the event: http://www.mankatofreepress.com/news/local_news/ceremony-planned-at-monument-to-german-bohemian-immigrants/article_91be0428-1c52-11e6-af10-8f22c3fa084a.html
German-Bohemian Immigrant Monument 25th Anniversary Saturday, May 21, 2016 New Ulm Country Club Please join us for our annual spring gathering. This year is especially exciting as we celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the German-Bohemian Immigrant Monument. Join us at the monument in German Park (2nd North & German St) at 4 PM for a […]
Order the A Homeland Transplanted, German Bohemians in America DVD by mail. View the A Homeland Transplanted Trailer from Pastcasts on Vimeo. Download the order form.
Our German-Bohemian musical ambassador, Johnny Gag, is pictured above playing together with the Czech folk ensemble, Chodovanka, in 2001 during a GBHS trip to the Homeland. We will miss the beautiful music he gave us but he will be there as we enter the gates with his fine concertina music. Jerry Gulden
The German-Bohemian Heritage Society proudly announces the world premiere release of a documentary about our German-Bohemian heritage and culture at our upcoming May meeting. In 2014 we were awarded a Minnesota Arts & Cultural Heritage Grant to work with Dan Hoisington of Hoisington Preservation Consultants on this project. Save the date of May 16th to join us […]
The international German-Bohemian Heritage Society (GBHS), headquartered in New Ulm, MN, celebrated its 30th Anniversary with a banquet at the Country Club on October 18, 2014. Over 100 members and guests were present, many wearing their homeland clothing (tracht). The day began with a “Culture Corner” where families set up displays of photos, newspapers, and […]
Friday, October 24, 2014 Sponsored by the Czechoslovak Genealogical Society International (CGSI) Guided by Jim Sazevich The online registration form is now available on the CGSI’s website. The link to get to the form is http://www.cgsi.org/news/events/2014/10/24/cgsi’s-2014-symposium-st-paul-mn