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Deutsche Film-Reihe: Starting in January 2020 with the Movie: “Sophie Scholl – die letzten Tage”

Bring your friends and family and join us to kick off the German Movie Series with great German motion pictures and film analysis classes at the Boulder German School.

Film Analysis Class

Following a screening we offer an in-depth analysis class in which we are going dive into the historical, socio-cultural and contexts of a movie. This class is recommended to advanced beginner and intermediate students (A2+).

January 13, 2020: Sophie Scholl – die letzten Tage
Sign up here.

Film Analysis Class: January 20, 27, & February 3, 2020

For more information please go to https://bouldergermanschool.org/classes/adult/

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Join us For our Reading Group: Treffpunkt Lesen

January 22, 2020

We are discussing Kaffee und Zigaretten by Ferdinand von Schirachs.
Want to join? Please email Pia.

Want to support the school? Purchase the book on Amazon through our Amazon Affiliate link.

Kaffee und Zigaretten cover

Early Bird Registration

Registration for Winter/ Spring Semester started. The Winter/Spring Semester will start Jan.13 and end May 8th, 2020

Save $20 per class (Immersion Hours and Oral Exam prep course excepted)! Be sure to register before Midnight on December 31st to receive Early Bird pricing. Prices will go up at 12:01am on January 1st.

Lantern Parade/St. Martin Celebration

Snowy landscape with children and adults standing in a circle holding Lanterns

Dear Parents and Friends,

Please join us in celebrating St. Martin, a European Cultural Event on November 10, 2019.

Lantern Making
3 – 4:30 pm Lantern Making and Soup (VG) with “German Sausage – Sausages from “CharcūtNuvo”
@ Atonement Lutheran Church, 685 Inca Parkway, Boulder
 
Lantern Walk 
5 – 5:30 pm Lantern Walk, Story, Singing
@ Scott Carpenter Park, 1505 30th St, Boulder, CO 80303
(Scott Carpenter Park parking lot is currently under construction, please allow extra time to get to the event.)
 
Please register online for the Lantern making event, it will include a delicious vegetarian soup with Sausages ($8 for Adults and Children 4+).
The Lantern walk is free, but please still register online so we can plan accordingly.

COAT DRIVE
In honor of “Saint Martin” we would like to hold a “Coat Drive”. Drop off new or gently worn and clean coats, November 4 – 15. There will be a suitcase in front of the classrooms. You can also bring a coat to the Saint Martin “Lantern making” at the Atonement Lutheran Church.

Thank you for being part of the Boulder German School Community!

Registration Open for October Language Classes and Fun Cooking Classes for Adults!

Der Herbst ist immer unsere beste Zeit
Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

Dear Parents and Friends,

We have had some really warm days in the building and we are excited about transitioning into the cooler time of the year.
It has been fun to see so many returning and new faces at our school in the last couple of weeks. Thank you so much for your interest in the German Language and Culture. 

While students and teachers are getting back into their routines, there have been a lot of additional events going on at school:

  • First Jugendtreff Meeting at the Boulder Reservoir!
  • We had to move our German library to a different location. The library will be closed temporarily.
  • Our school staff and friends supported the school by working for a school fundraiser at the Octoberfest in Boulder – Thank you!
  • We celebrated our children’s and teenagers’ success in completing the IVA assessments (Internationale Vergleichsarbeiten) and the German DSD I (Deutsche Sprachdiplom I) exam!

  • First Jugendtreff Meeting at the Boulder Reservoir!
  • We had to move our German library to a different location. The library will be closed temporarily.
  • Our school staff and friends supported the school by working for a school fundraiser at the Octoberfest in Boulder – Thank you!
  • We celebrated our children’s and teenagers’ success in completing the IVA assessments (Internationale Vergleichsarbeiten)  and the German DSD I (Deutsche Sprachdiplom I) exam!

We are so proud of you – outstanding accomplishments – keep working hard!

Our new fall adult classes will start October 21 and classes are open for registration. 

We offer a wide variety of classes for any level of German. There are beginner classes, intermediate and advanced classes.

NEW this fall: German Cooking Classes for Adults!

Please visit sign up online for the adult classes.

Please join us in the upcoming cultural fall events:

  • Lantern Celebration; November 10, 2019
  • Advent Celebration; December 8, 2019   
  • Story-hour; Monday, October 14th from 5-6pm

Thank you for being part of the Boulder German School Community!