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Regular English Language Events


Karlsruhe's very own English-Speaking Meetup Group (sponsored by is an informal platform allowing for the organization of events, activities and adventures. The most popular regular event is the monthly German-English Stammtisch where you can practice your English and meet nice people in a relaxed atmosphere. Start is 6:30 p.m. until around 11:30 p.m. It's a mix of young and old and all those in-between, who come and go throughout the evening.

The American Library has regular events in English for kids and adults: LitNite (April 2 & 16), Poetry, Please! (April 23), MovieTalk (April 10),  Storytime for kids 3-5 (April 10 & 24), Teen Time (April 12) and Storytime for kids 6 and up (April 12).

The Karlsruhe Toastmasters meet every 1st, 3rd and 5th Monday of the month at 7:00 p.m. to practice public speaking in English.

The Technologie Region Karlsruhe has a new event - International Come Together. Meet other professionals, profit from experiences and get connected. Thursdays at Im Schlachthof from 6 to 8 p.m. — March 28, May 23, and July 25.

Improve your German!

Sprecht miteinander!

Practice your spoken German in a relaxed atmosphere. People of similar language ability form groups moderated by a native speaker volunteer. Free and no registration required. Wednesdays and Fridays from 6:30 to 8:00 pm. at

Bürgerzentrum Mühlburg (BZM)
Hardtstr. 37 A/2
76185 Karlsruhe

Just stop by!

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Calendar of Events

Events in and around Karlsruhe as well as announcements of general interest are listed below. Regular monthly events are listed to the right. If you or your group are hosting an event appropriate to this community, please let us know. More information in our Newsletter.

April 13 - 27 — School holidays for the Karlsruhe School system.

starting April 17th — The BUGA (National Horticultural Show) in nearby Heilbronn runs through October 6th. Gardens, music, events, food.

April 30 — Tanz in den Mai (Dance into May). Dance til you drop at various venues throughout the city. The following day is a holiday (and a Monday)! In other parts of Germany, this is Walpurgis Night also known as Witches Night and is celebrated on the Brocken in the Harz Mountains.

May 1 — Maifeiertag (International Worker's Day). Official public holiday in all of Germany.

May 14 — English Stammtisch organized by the English-Speaking Meet-Up Group at Kaisergarten starting around 6:30 p.m. A great way to meet new people, chat with old friends and enjoy a night out.