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Please already mark your calendars for the 2016 Zinck's Night on the third Thursday in October -- just as every year! Klaus Conrad (M.S.'60) and Deloyce Conrad (B.S.'59) of the Munich Chapter will reserve a table, probably as every year, in some of the areas at the Ratskeller right at Marienplatz in the center of Munich for anytime after 6;30pm. Marienplatz can easily be reached by S- or U-Bahn public transportation.
Deloyce and Klaus are inviting all intested Cornellians to join fellow alumni, spouses and friends around the world for the annual celebration of the
International Spirit of Zinck’s Night
In addition to this posting Deloyce also tries to reach all Cornellians and Friends in the greater Munich area by e-mail. Please do help her out if you can to have a complete and accurate (e-)mailing list of Cornell alumni in the greater Munich area.
you require additional information and/or to
“R.S.V.P.” or if you may have special suggestions,
please contact the Conrads under (08152) 79674 or mail
||The newly formed Ivy Circle in
will be holding the regular quarterly Stammtisch.
If you plan to again take part in this get together and need additional information please contact Deloyce Conrad.
||The new program
chairperson of the Harvard Club in Munich has indicated
that the annual Ivy Summer Drinks will take place at
Schumann's near Odeonsplatz.
Begin: 07:30 pm at Schumann's Bar am Hofgarten, Odeonsplatz 6-7, 80539 Munich
If you are interested to take part in this get together RSVPby Sun, July 24th to Patrick Ott
If you need additional information please contact Deloyce Conrad.
Conrad have again confirmed announcements, as
during the last many years, for the "Summer Quarterly"
of the Munich Chapter.
This annual Cornell Beer Garden “get-together” in Munich is again taking place in the Hirschgarten, (www.hirschgarten.de) any time after 6:30 p.m. Directions and parking are also given in the English version on the Hirschgarten website. It gives the S-Bahn directions as well – it is important that the correct stop is “Laim” and not the “Hirschgarten” stop! In case of bad weather Deloyce and Klaus have reserved a table either under an awning, or indoors. The reservation is done under the name “Cornell-Conrad.”If you plan to again take part in this get together and need additional information please contact the Conrads via mail to Deloyce.
|The 25th annual
Cornell Weekend of the Cornell
Club of Germany is approaching soon and all interested
Cornellians are invited and asked to participate.
This year's annual Cornell weekend will resume in the east of Germany, in the city of Munich in the German federal state of Bavaria. Preparations are almost complete for the the program, the agenda for the annual meeting, the registration form and of course the official invitation will be published. You may also register with the new CornellConnect event registration.
Munich meeting will convene at the hotel NH Deutscher Kaiser in
rates have been negotiated as follows:
NH Deutscher Kaiser
Tel.: +49 89 54530 Reservation +49 30 22388599.
Rate: EUR 112,55 single occupancy/ EUR 132,45 double occupancy
When you will be making your booking, as soon as it will be possible, please indicate that such booking be made under the "Cornell Weekend 2016" arrangement.
These rates also apply to possible extensions of your stay in Munich, whether prior to or following our event, however, I have to let you know that in this case you should make your booking directly with Nicol Viktoria Neumaier (phone: +49-89-98954532-44)
The application form with the fees for the annual get together you will find here.
Friday, May 6,
will start the weekend with a welcome event and dinner
at 07:00 p.m. at the
NH Hotel. An after dinner presentation will be
given by the art historian at the Munich city
archive, Dr. Brigitte Huber, about "Wall, Gates, Bastions -
Munich's Municipal History Demonstrated on the
Bastions of its Fortifications". This
presentation follows our line of learning
about the history
at all of those places we have visited over the
many years of annual Cornell weekends.
Saturday, May 7,
At 10:30 a.m.
we all are invited
to come togehter for a guided
tour of the city center of Munich.
p.m. we are going
to sit down for lunch break ("Brotzeit") at the Hofbräuhaus,
Platzl 9, 80331 Munich.
At 01:30 p.m. we will continue the
day with with a guided bus tour to and through the
Munich five lake district around Starnberg.
As we are approaching 03:30 p.m. a
boat trip on the Ammersee with coffee and cake is
waiting for us. Thereafter we are continuing per bus to
Andechs, located in the South of Herrsching, and its
famous Benedictine monastery brewery and
church to pay visit to the pilgrimage
church at 06:30
After that we will get ready for the
evening event which will start at the Klostergasthof at Andechs, Bergstraße 9, 82346
Andechs at 07:00
a festive dinner.
Around 09:00 p.m. an
presentation will be given by Prof. Dr. Ferdinand Kramer, historian and
professor for Bavarian national history at the LMU
Munich and Chairman
of the Bavarian National
History Commission at the Bavarian Academy of Science, on the subject
Sunday, May 8,
is the final day of our annual Cornell Weekend at
Munich and we will start the day at
If you have specific questions with regards to the annual meeting or to the agenda or if you want to make specific suggestions, please contact Wolfgang Fritzemeyer .
Conrad are forwarding invitations
to all interested Cornellians for an
Ivy Circle Germany - Munich Chapter - Q2 Stammtisch
Time: Monday, Aprill 11 at 7:00 p.m.
Place: Mauro's Negroni Club, Kellerstr. 32, 81667 Munich
Please RSVP directly to Deloyce no later than April 4th!
|April||2016||04/10/2016||Dr. Martin Heckelmann of
the Berlin Chapter is extending the invitation of
the German Cambridge Society (and Oxbridge Dining
Society) for a very interesting event
Presentation - Organ Concert - Dinner
"Helmut Schmidt und die deutsch-britischen Beziehungen"
by Dr Matthias Häussler, Lumley Research Fellow at Magdalene College, Cambridge Univ.
on Sunday, April 10th, at 14:00 at the
Gemeinderaum of the Paul-Gerhardt-Kirche, Weseler Str. 6, 10318 Berlin-Karlshorst
Dinner: 18:15 at Restaurant Gino, Rheinsteinstr. 1, 10318 Berlin
The Amalia-Organ is the most important and precious Baroque-Organ in Berlin
If you would like to register for this event, please send an email to the organizer: firstname.lastname@example.org or go to: http://doodle.com/poll/s8e68xkypngwrc3z
Please state in your email how many guests you would like to bring along.
Please register by April 3
For additonal details about the invitaton if you plan to participate or for any questions or further information please contact Dr. Martin Heckelmann
Ivy League All-Alumni Dinner event
Time: 7:30 pm
Place: Madagascar, Filderstr 61, 70180 Stuttgart,
The Freunde der LSE in Stuttgart, together with the Cornell Club of Germany, Stuttgart Chapter, will gather for a dinner event on Tuesday, 5 April 2016 at the Madagascar restaurant. Cornell and LSE alumni and friends, including members of other groups from English-speaking universities, are welcome.
RSVP until 25 March (we need to confirm the reservation) by reply e-mail.
We’re looking forward to seeing you!
Christoph (LSE) and Marla (Cornell / NYU Law)
is inviting all intested Cornellians for a quarterly get
together at 6:00 pm at the
Aachener Straße 999, 50933 Köln
for a stadium tour through the home the the Bundesliga Club 1.FC Köln.
Afterwards the get together will continue around 7:30 pm with a dinner meeting at the Club Astoria, Guths-Muths-Weg 3, 50933 Köln, directly adjacent to the "Jahnwiese".
R.s.v.p. for the participation and/or dinner to Mrs. Winkelmann (tel: 0211-559430) email to Detlef Rahmann.