October – November 2018

Halloween Howl @ German Cultural Centre
Oct 29 @ 4:30 pm – 8:00 pm
Deutsch-Treff / drinks & deutsch @ Stone's Throw
Nov 1 @ 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.”


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.

Oktoberfest in Melville
Nov 2 @ 6:00 pm

Melville is celebrating 35th Anniversary Oktoberfest on November 2pm.

Supper starts at 6:00pm and dance to follow.  It’s taking place at the Melville Community Works.  Music is provided by Leonard Gadica.

For more information please phone   Edwin Miller – 306-728-2038.

Landestreu, An Odyssey @ Mount Olive Lutheran Church
Nov 3 @ 2:00 pm

“Where did Grama and Grampa live before they came to Canada?” This was a question which author Professor Dr. Norman Threinen recalls asking his father as a ten year old child seventy years ago. His father’s failure to provide a satisfactory answer prompted the author’s life-long search in archives in Canada, Germany, and Ukraine for answers. He documents the experiences of his ancestors in “Landestreu, An Odyssey” and now shares his experiences with you. Hear about their trek from Europe to settling in Saskatchewan.

Music of World War One @ Convocation Hall, U of S Campus
Nov 4 @ 2:00 pm
Saskatoon Symphony Chamber Players

To mark the 100th anniversary of the end of the Great War, the SSO is exploring the music that came from a generation of composers who were forever impacted by their experiences and losses.

Jan van Gilse’s Nonet (1916) was written at a time when he had to leave Germany for his native Netherlands due to the increasing tension of the war. Englishman Frank Bridge was deeply disturbed by the war. His music during that time, including 2 Old English Songs for String Quartet (1916), showed a deep searching for the pastoral and spiritual consolation. German composer Paul Hindemith was conscripted in 1917 and joined his regiment in January of 1918. Forever shaped by his experiences in the war, Hindemith’s Kammermusik No. 2 (1922) shows his growth as a young composer post-war.

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For more information and to buy your tickets, click here.