Boylston Schul-Verein | 8 County Street | Walpole
Friday, September 18th, 6:30p.m. to 10p.m.
A Jägerschnitzel meal with Spätzle, Rotkohl, and Apfel Strudel from 7PM to 8:30PM is being planned. A cash and credit card bar will be open at the Pavilion. Members can reserve tables for a minimum of 2 people and a maximum of 6 people. For reservations, contact Judy Sauer by email only at firstname.lastname@example.org before Wednesday night September 16th.
Euro-American Business Connect
German-American Business Council of Boston, Inc. & other organizations
Wednesday, Sep 30th | 12p.m. | Virtual Event | Speed Networking
Be part of this unique and first virtual transatlantic business speed networking opportunity brought to you by local and international business organizations and innovation groups. Through the networking platform you will be able to line up 12-minute one-on-one video meetings based on the tool’s recommendation and smart scheduling features – and make important new business connections. The platform used is Conversation Starter.
This opportunity is sponsored by the German Consulate General in Boston and free to participate.
Virtual Admissions Open House
German International School Boston | Lower Campus |387 Western Avenue in Boston
Thursday, October 8th | 7:00p.m.
You are invited to join a virtual Admissions Open House. Enjoy an online tour of the child-scaled Lower Campus, learn about the German immersion program for families of all backgrounds, and join the Head of School, Head of Lower Campus, Director of Admissions, and some faculty for a discussion. The zoom link will be sent to all registered families on the day of the event. We can’t wait to show you our school! If you’re curious to learn more about the German approach to education prior to the event, visit www.germanapproach.org.
Studio 170: Janne Höltermann
Goethe Institut Boston | 170 Beacon Street in Boston
October 10, 11, 12 or 16. Pre-registration required
Studio 170, the new open space project, debuts with the exhibition Quiet Fulfilment by video artist Janne Höltermann, one of three chosen from an applicant pool of over 50. Janne explores issues surrounding automation, technology, and capitalism in an installation that creatively integrates the neo-classical features of our newly renovated Back Bay brownstone. The exhibition can be viewed by booking a small group tour with the artist.