Our traditional June meeting walking tour will be through the neighborhood of Bogenhausen by Bernd Hieronymus, school director at Luitpold Gymnasium and Munich history expert. Like many other neighborhoods in the Munich area, the village of Bogenhausen is much older than Munich itself. What makes this part of Munich stand out and worth a visit is that after an unprecedented period of property development after 1870, it became Munich's first and foremost "in-place" for the famous and wealthy. The best architects of the time created a state-of-the-art quarter, and most of the buildings survived the 2nd World War. There are other, rarely-visited places to see: a well that could have turned Munich into a spa, the city's celebrity churchyard - which pretends to be a simple country graveyard, the prototype of a gated community from as early as 1900, Germany's first art nouveau building; an etc. After touring Bogenhausen, your understanding of Munich will have widened; dinner follows the tour!
American Citizens Information & Passport Day - Saturday, June 27th
The US Consulate hosts the annual American Citizens Day from 10am - 3pm.
Do you have questions about your German Ausweis or Social Security benefits? Representatives from various German and U.S. government agencies will be there. The Consulate staff will also be on hand to answer questions about U.S. passports, visas, and citizenship. Information about local non-profit organizations will be available as well.
This month's selection is The Unspeakable: And Other Subjects of Discussion by Meghan Daum.
Annual July 4th Celebration
The 4th of July party for AAUPW members and families will be held on Saturday, July 4th! Details to follow.
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