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7/19/2016 10:48:36 AM Next Meeting/Social is:
No meeting this month

Let`s meet again:
   Sunday, September 18, 2016

  2:00 pm - Membership Meeting
  3:00 pm - Social/Open House

  All are welcome! - Alle Willkommen!

Everyone Welcome
     All Events are Open to the Public!

»  Germanfest Bus Trip
    Saturday, July 30th, 2016

    Tickets: $50 DANK members ~ $55 non-members
    Breakfast before bus trip, round trip bus ride, beverages served on bus,
    and entrance into Germanfest.

    more information and tickets call Fred Leinweber at (630) 805-1504,
    or email

»  Alpine Summer Music Fest
    Saturday, August 27th, 2016 (corrected date)

    Donation: $10, Children under 18 are free.
    Doors open at 4pm - Music starts at 5pm.

    more information and tickets; 708-636-3074.

*Membership meetings and Socials/Open House are usually held on the 3rd Sunday of the month. Events and meetings are subject to change. Please see our detailed flyers, join our email notification, call our office, or join our organization to get up-to-date information and important notices.

RSVP for events in advance is requested to assure seating and meals.


Location: The German-American Heritage Center is easy to find.

From Chicago—I-57 south to Exit 335-Manhattan/Monee Road right (west) for 4.3 miles to 96th Avenue. Turn right (north) for 0.3 miles and our building is on the right.

From west—I-80 exit LaGrange Road (Rt 45) south 5.1 miles to Laraway Road. Turn left (east) for 1.3 miles to Center Road. Turn right (south) for 3.9 miles and our building is on the left.

The German American National Congress, also known as DANK (Deutsch Amerikanischer National Kongress), is the largest organization of Americans of German descent. The DANK has some 30 chapters and over 100 associated member societies from coast to coast.

The DANK organization seeks to bring together Americans of German descent in the pursuit of cultivating and presenting their heritage and interests on local, regional and national levels. These were the primary reasons that DANK (German American National Congress) was founded in 1959, and they are still among the primary objectives of DANK today.

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