This Saturday bring your friends and family and head on over to Louisville’s German American club for their monthly Biergarten. There will be food and, of course, beer available as well as music from Gebhard Erler.
While the Biergarten and other events are open to the public, the German American Club hosts meetings and clubs specifically for their members, including a traditional Ladies Auxiliary as well as speakers, presentations, and trips. Membership information can be found here: http://www.german-americanclub.com/membership.htm
In the meantime, enjoy the Bavarian activities December 1 at 1840 Lincoln Avenue, off Poplar Level near 264. The festivities begin at six and end around ten. For more information, visit their website at www.german-americanclub.com
Photo courtesy of GAC.
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