KAISERSLAUTERN COUNTY FAMILY DAY, JUNE 25, RAMSTEIN-MIESENBACH – CALL FOR KMC PARTICIPATION
The Union Community of Ramstein-Miesenbach and the County of Kaiserslautern are organizing a day revolving around family, leisure and tourism on June 25, at the Congress Center Ramstein (CCR) in Ramstein-Miesenbach.
The organizers would like to invite any interested groups in the Kaiserslautern Military Community to join in the fun events and present themselves with booths, information, games and displays.
Organizations or clubs that would like to participate can contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. The day’s events will include booths of various institutions, organizations, clubs and tourism as well as foosball, billiards, ping-pong tables and ball games. The outdoor area will be dedicated to an active participation program for children and teens, along with culinary delights and a musical program.
GREAT GOSPEL NIGHT, MAY 14, 8 P.M., FRUCHTHALLE, KAISERSLAUTERN
Singers from all over Germany will form a mass choir with 100 voices and solo performances by international guests are also a part of the show.
CASTLE SPRING, MAY 15, 11 A.M.–6 P.M., CASTLE LICHTENBERG, THALICHTENBERG
The event offers a flower and herb market, special exhibitions and join in activities. Tea, herbs, plants and other items can be bought. Regional dishes, beverages, coffee and cake as well as musical entertainment are available.
EUROPE FEST, MAY 21, 11 A.M.–5 P.M., CCR/MARKTPLATZ, RAMSTEIN
This festival includes music, food and beverages with participants from Ramstein-Miesenbach’s sister cities Maxéville, France, Balatonlelle, Hungary and Rota, Spain.
GERMAN-AMERICAN FRIENDSHIIP FEST, JUNE 10-12, JOHN F. KENNEDY PLATZ, RAMSTEIN
Enjoy music, entertainment with food and beverages. The USAREUR-AFRICA Band with the Soldiers’ Chorus will also offer musical entertainment.
SPRING FESTIVAL, JUNE 11–13, ABBEY CHURCH/HAUPTSTRAssE/FOREST, OTTERBERG
Since the mid 1750’s Otterberg has celebrated the Frühlingsfest every two years. It takes place on the square in front of the Abbey Church and in the festively decorated main street. At 6 a.m. on Sunday morning, residents are woken up by loud shots, which is the starting signal for Music Club “Harmonie” to walk through the streets and invite residents to join. The highlight of the festival is the parade on Sunday at 2 p.m. with musicians and participants in historical costumes. The Spring Queen, riding in a decorated carriage drawn by black horses, and her court concludes the procession. Part of the festival, with food and beverage offerings, also takes place in a nearby forest area.