The fifth culinary hike will take place Saturday and Sunday in Rodenbach.
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Every year, Sept. 15 through Oct. 15 marks National Hispanic Heritage Month during which Americans celebrate the culture and traditions of Spanish-speaking residents, many of whom could trace their geographical roots to Spain, Mexico, Central America, South America or the Caribbean.
Each year on the second Sunday in September, Berglangenbach, which belongs to the Baumholder Union Community, holds its annual farmers and arts and crafts market. For the 14th year, the village will be the stage for about 100 regional farmers and vendors Sunday.
Trippstadt will celebrate its annual “Kohlenbrennerfest,” charcoal burners’ fest, Saturday and Sunday. Besides the traditional burning of charcoal, the fest includes demonstrations of old craftsmanship, displays, children’s activities and live music.
There’s so much music planned for this year’s Stadtfest Landstuhl, it might as well be called Landstuhlapalooza.
For the fourth time, the community of Glan-Münchweiler will sponsor a medieval market Saturday and Sunday in Matzenbach.
The City of St. Wendel will host an arts market from 11 a.m. to 7 p.m. Saturday and Sunday.
When people first imagine culinary delights of Germany, most conjure up images of beer, pretzels and sausages. One doesn’t naturally equate the country with exceptional wine.
“When in Rome, do as the Romans do,” or so the saying goes. As old as it is, it refers to what is nowadays termed “cultural intelligence.”
Visitors of Lichtenberg Castle near Kusel will learn everything about herbs from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Sunday. Under the motto “Herbal secrets at Lichtenberg Castle,” the castle will offer guided tours of the medieval herbal garden, herbal hikes, and lectures and presentations.