Oktoberfest in New Ulm, Minnesota! 11am. Saturday, October 7, 2017 Click on the link below for full details of the parade sponsored by the German-Bohemian Heritage Society Germanic-American Day Parade 2017
Featuring the work of Peggy A. Tauer – This is a great opportunity to see the works of a fellow German-Bohemian with Luxembourg roots. Some of the paintings are inspired by landscapes in Bohemia. Click on the link below for the dates and times at the Sleepy Eye Community Center in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. Contemplation […]
Spring Meeting Dinner and Presentation Saturday, May 20, 2017 At the New Ulm, Country Club Please join us for our annual spring meeting at the New Ulm Country Club for a social hour starting at 5 PM, dinner at 6 PM, and program to follow. Speaker will be Wade Olsen. The title of his presentation […]
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 […]
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