Apr
27
Sat
Brahms & Rossini
Apr 27 – Apr 28 all-day

A concert of striking emotional contrasts with Rossini’s playful Sonata a Quattro balancing the heft of Brahms’ Serenade.


Rossini: Sonata a Quattro No. 5
Luciano Berio: Opus Number Zoo
Brahms: Serenade Op. 16, No. 2

 

For more information, please click here.

German Worship at Mount Olive Lutheran Church @ Mount Olive Lutheran Church in Regina
Apr 27 @ 2:00 pm
Apr
29
Mon
April Cooking Class @ German Cultural Centre
Apr 29 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Apr
30
Tue
A Brief History of Saskatchewan
Apr 30 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
May
2
Thu
Deutsch-Treff / drinks & deutsch @ Stone's Throw
May 2 @ 7:00 pm

Deutsch-Treff / drinks & deutsch

hosted by Das Schulhaus – German Language School Regina

Deutsch-Treff, also known as “Deutsch and Drinks” is a monthly meet up held at Stone’s Throw, a modern twist on a “Stammtisch.”

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Come to Deutsch-Treff if you want:

a casual opportunity to speak German and learn about German culture

an opportunity to meet new people,

to network with the German speaking community

to have fun …

For more information, visit the Facebook event here.

SGC_Members

SGC currently has 38 member groups throughout the province. Among the member groups are clubs, language schools, dance groups and choirs as well as various other arts, culture and recreation groups. All member groups are entitled to apply for SGC member funding and representatives are invited to attend the annual President’s Meeting and Treffpunkt Weekend. More…

SGC_Settlement

We offer immigrant settlement services to newcomers in Saskatoon and area. Our Immigrant Settlement Advisor helps with all aspects of settlement. The service is free of charge and available in German and English as well as in all other languages with the help of an over-the-phone interpretation service. More…

SGC_Postillion

The Postillion is the Council’s quarterly newsletter. It contains a variety of information on our community of people of German-speaking backgrounds. Furthermore, the newsletter has a member section, containing reports and articles from many SGC member groups. More…

 

About Saskatchewan German Council

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Founded in 1984, the Saskatchewan German Council is a registered volunteer-based, non-profit organization dedicated to promoting German culture, language, customs, traditions and interests for the benefit of all Saskatchewan people.

The Council plays an active role in building provincial multiculturalism and the Canadian mosaic. The Council is guided in all its activities by its by-laws as well as by a comprehensive set of policies.

A Board of Directors consisting of 10 elected members meets at least twice a year to set the tone and direction for all the Council’s activities. A number of committees are in place to investigate and manage matters of special interest.

Recent News

  • Office hours for Easter weekend

    The SGC offices will be closed on Friday, April 19 and Monday, April 22 for Easter. Our offices will be open again on Tuesday, April 23!

  • Call for Board Nominations!

    Board Nominations! SGC is seeking committed individuals for the Board of Directors! The AGM will take place on Sunday, June 16, 2019 at the Hampton Inn South in Saskatoon.   Click below links for more information: 2019 SGC Nominee Information Board Nomination Form

  • SGC participation in One Book, One Province 2019

    In March 2019, SLA invites everyone in the province to read Just Pretending by Cree- Métis author Lisa Bird-Wilson. In the center of the short stories are the topics of identity and belonging. As project partner, the Saskatchewan German Council will participate in One Book, One Province 2019 with the presentation “Genealogy & Identity: Rediscovering my […]

  • Raising Children With More Than One Language. A Guide for Parents!

    Most immigrants will experience their children learning English faster than they do. They may also experience children replying in English while they speak their mother tongue to them. Why? Because children want to fit in with their peers – desperately – and because they hear English so much more. This very brief guide “Raising Children […]

  • How to make a Schultüte!

    For more information on how to make a Schultüte, click here.

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