We would like to announce a special event we are offering to area German students to learn about Bavarian culture and to have fun.
This event will be held on
Tuesday, March 1, 2016, from 6:30-9:30PM
at the historic Teutonia Männerchor Hall, a gathering place for German-Americans for over a century, located in the Deutschtown section of Pittsburgh’s North Side.
Highlights of the event will include:
- Delicious German buffet
- Performances by the Alpen Schuhplattler dancers and Teutonia Männerchor singers
- Lessons on waltz, polka, and simple folk dances
- Brief presentation on Bavarian culture and Oktoberfest
- Dance party with current Munich Oktoberfest music!
Teachers and their students can experience all of the above for just $20.00 per person. (This amount does not include your transportation to the event.) We believe we can offer an experience that is more focused on German culture, more fun, and more economical than what you could find elsewhere. Please share this invitation with German teachers in your school district.
Reservations are required; please complete the Reservation Form (PDF) and send with a check to the following address: 219 Bernard St., Pittsburgh, PA 15234. Checks should be made payable to “Alpen Schuhplattler” and be received by February 15, 2016. Since seating is limited to the first 250 guests, we highly suggest that you pre-register your group by email, as soon as you are able.
The address for the Teutonia Männerchor is 857 Phineas Street, Pittsburgh, PA 15212 (phone: 412-231-9141). The club dress code will not be in effect for this event, so t-shirts, jeans, and tennis shoes may be worn. Of course, traditional ethnic clothing is always appropriate!
For more information about this event, please contact: