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**************** Some of the AAUPW members at our 2014 Holiday Party ***************

November 7, 2016

AAUPW November Events

November Program Meeting
The American Consulate in Munich Program Change!!!

Please join us for an informative evening with Terry Swartzberg (born July 22, 1953 in Norwalk, Connecticut).  Terry is an American Public Affairs campaigner and journalist based in Munich, Germany.  He contributed for 25 years to the International Herald Tribune and other international publications. He is especially known for his work for the holocaust memorial project Stolpersteine. Terry, versed in many other subjects, will speak to us about his trip biking through the Himalayas in Nepal last year.

For more information and details about membership and upcoming meetings, please contact our club president at: info@aaupw.de

MING Event – US Election Night Party
Tuesday, 8th November (22:00 – whenever) – U.S. Elections’ Night Party, Wirthaus am Bavariapark, Theresienh√∂he 15, 80339 Munich. Sign-Up: Events tab at on the AGBC Munich Community Platform at www.agbc-munich.com

December Holiday Party
AAUPW Annual Holiday Party
December 09 -- 6:30 PM

Rejoice in some holiday revelry! Mark your calendars for the upcoming holiday party. This is a nice event for our diverse members to relax and socialize with each other in the cheery holiday season. We look forward to enjoying each member's shared dish and wrapping gifts donated for the young ladies of IMMA. (a ‘safe house’ for young women in Munich we support). Reminder-this is a Members Only event.


Annual AAUPW THANKSGIVING DINNER
This year's Thanksgiving Feast will be on Thanksgiving Day. We are very much looking forward to another great evening of food and a bit of entertainment.

The cost of the meal will be for Adults 24.00 euro and children up to 12 yrs old 13.50 this includes the tip. Please make your reservation and transfer your payment by the 17th of November.

Entity Theatre presents Aladdin – A Panto
Entity’s 2016 winter production is based on the story of Aladdin from the One Thousand and One Nights the original Arabian Nights classic. It is a traditional English pantomime (known as a panto, not to be confused with the German or American “pantomime”) and is a musical comedy for the whole family, mainly performed at Christmas. It contains song and dance routines, slapstick, cross-dressing, where men dress as women and women dress as men, magic tricks and lots of audience participation. After two successful pantos, “Cinderella” and “Sleeping Beauty,” Entity Theatre e.V. is now proud to present Aladdin – A Panto. A colorful, entertaining Christmas cracker for the whole family. Join us on our magic carpet ride, with music, song and dance – a show to remember. Performances at Pepper Theater (pep Einkaufscenter, Munich-Neuperlach) November 24 – 26, December 1 – 3 and 8 – 9 at 8:00 pm Performances at Theater Leo17 (Leopoldstr. 17, Munich-Schwabing) December 10 at 8:00 pm and December 11, a matinee beginning at 3:00 pm To order tickets and to watch the trailer please go to: www.entitytheatre.com Tickets cost €15, students: €10. For the matinee only children under 12: €8. There will be a booking fee added to all ticket prices.

An English Advent Carol Service
Samstag, 26. November 2016
15:30 Uhr Klosterkirche St. Ottilien
Leitung:Stephen Norton, Orgel:Christoph Hauser
The Munich English Choir offers a lovely Carol Service at Kosterkirche St. Ottilien on 26 November. The Carol service follows the Anglican tradition first held in 1878 in Truro, England. It has been used continuously since then, perhaps the most famous version is that from Kings College Cambridge which has been broadcast on the radio since 1930. The structure of the service is as simple as the title: nine passages of Scripture are followed by nine carols. The Lessons will be read alternately in German and English. The service has a profound dignity and simplicity. Each lesson follows the same format: a reader goes to the podium and introduces the Scripture lesson, reads the passage, and concludes by saying, "Thanks be to God." Then the congregation and/or choir sing a carol reflecting on that passage of Scripture. For more information, please see their website at: www.munich-english-choir.de

Messiah and Christmas Carol Service at the Church of the Ascension
Church of the Ascension Seybothstrasse 4 81545 Munich

Every year the Church of Ascension hosts two wonderful holiday events not to be missed. Sing-a-Long Messiah (Handel's Messiah) with an orchestra and soloists will be held on December 11 at 2 p.m. Admission free, scores are provided just in case. And of course listeners are always welcome! And the very popular and fun filled Christmas Carol Sing-a-Long will be the Sunday following, on December 18th also at 2 p.m. Admission free, music is also provided. Get there early if you want a seat!