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Raffle winners are a very special group of people. They volunteer to make an extra donation to the host of the event, the German American Club, in exchange for a chance to receive one of the prizes available. Whenever I’m taking photos of the raffle winners, I capture the biggest smiles.In order to keep our […]Continue reading
Oktoberfest Vendors have been a long-standing tradition throughout the Oktoberfest festivities hosted by the German American Friendship Society of Pinellas County. 2018 Oktoberfest attracted a wide variety of vendors offering handicrafts, home-baked treats, imported goods and more. My original plan was to interview several of the vendors and publish their stories. But, as usual, once the […]Continue reading
Flag parade officially opens every day of Oktoberfest celebration, hosted by the German American Friendship Society of Pinellas County in Pinellas Park, Florida. There’s a flag for every federal state in Germany. And here’s a few photos of flags and flag bearers I captured during 2018 Oktoberfest, Tampa Bay’s most authentic German Oktoberfest. “The flags of […]Continue reading
New and Special this YearFor 40 people only, 2018 New Year’s Eve party will start 2 hours earlier, at 6 PM on December 31st. Our own gourmet chefs Karl and Linda will be serving Slow Cooked Pork Roast, unlike anything you’ve ever had before! Once done, the meat is falling-apart tender. It takes more than […]Continue reading
2018 Christmas Party hosted by the German American Friendship Society of Pinellas County is happening for the 60th time in a row! This traditional event is open to the public – but please purchase tickets in advance. More than ever, this year’s Sunday Christmas Party will be a fun-filled afternoon for the whole family! Please bring […]Continue reading
Upcoming Entertainment Schedule for German American Friendship Society of Pinellas County is being constantly updated. We reserve the right to change the entertainment. 2019 Chairman: Jay Salamon Dress code: no Shorts! Lederhosen and Dirndls welcome anytime. Doors open at 6:00 pm. Dancing starts at 7 until 11:00 pm. Our Kitchen is open 6 until 8:00 pm. […]Continue reading
Schuhplattler Dance is something we see rather often around here. This time was different, however. Our Schuhplattler group danced a few new dances – and had a couple of new members. And, best of all, I managed to capture some spectacular moments with my camera. Hence, this post is for all of you who enjoy dancing […]Continue reading