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Karlsruhe: Wirtschaft und Wissenschaft

Veranstaltungen in der Amerikanischen Bibliothek

Please sign up for our events by phone 0721-7 27 52 or directly at the American Library.

Regular Events

for Kids

Are you from a bilingual family? Have you been living abroad and want to keep up your English? Have you moved to Karlsruhe and would like to meet other English speaking kids? Are you learning English and would like to practise it a bit more? Then call ahead and join us for our fun storytimes:

Storytime in English

Children ages 3 - 5 years are invited to our Storytime in English every 2nd and 4th Wednesday of the month at 4 pm.
Please call ahead and reserve a place (0721-72752)!

Stories for Kids ages 6 and up!

Join Claire ans Julia twice a month on Fridays at 16.00! We meet and read stories in English together. Usually we do a craft, game or other fun activity afterwards. Please find the next dates below and if you would like to come, please call ahead and reserve a place!


for Adults

LitNight in English!

Join us every 1st and 3rd Tuesday of the month from 19.30 - 21.00 at the American Library for reading and discussing literature in English. For more infor­ma­tion call the American Library or simply stop by.

Poetry Please!

Poems in English read and discussed.
Every 4th Tuesday of the month from 19.30 - 21.00 at the American Library. For more infor­ma­tion call Tom (0721-3540477) or the American Library or simply stop by!

Movie Talk

Calling all cineastes: Join us every 2nd Wednesday of the month at 19.30 for Movie Talk at the American Library in Karlsruhe! Watch and discuss classics, should-be classics and films you might have missed. Each featured flick comes from the librarys own collection and will be shown in the original language (with English subtitles). Free of charge - donations cheerfully accepted. Further infor­ma­tion and the films titles (which we are not allowed to publish on the internet) at the American Library.

 

Events


Stories for Kids ages 6 and up

Small Saul

Friday, June 3rd at 16.00

Small Saul is not your average pirate. He’s only waist high, he gives out cookies and potted plants, he sports a bunny tattoo and he makes a delightful pineapple upside-down cake. Being rough and tough just isn’t in his nature. Will Small Saul be able to prove his worth as a pirate? Or will his shipmates throw him overboard?!

Come and find out and join in with our fun after­wards! Please call ahead and reserve a place!


Singalong Concert

Friday, June 3rd at 19.30

If you enjoyed the last five concerts at the American Library, this will be just the right thing for you: "Baton Rouge", which are Andy Riedinger, Tom Fischer and JS Schmidt, who have been making music together for 40 years, will play a whole bunch of country & folk songs by John Denver, Ralph McTell, Garth Brooks, Ian Tyson, Everly Brothers... and many more.

Feel free to sing along (don’t worry, we’ll provide the texts) and tap along and join us for a glass of Kentucky Bourbon or non-alcoholic beverages during inter­mis­sion.


MovieTalk

Wednesday, June 8th at 19.30

When a 36-year-old slacker seeks to meet single mothers with the idea of having romantic encounters with no strings attached, he unexpec­tedly forms a bond with a 12-year-old boy who teaches him much about what it means to be a grown-up. Based on the novel of the same title by Nick Hornby. Starring Hugh Grant, Nicholas Hoult and Toni Collette. Directed by Chris Weitz and Paul Weitz, 2002, FSK: ab 6.


Stories for Kids ages 6 and up

Stories for Kids ages 6 and up

A Boy and a Jaguar

Friday, June 17th at 16

Alan loves animals, but the jaguar at the Bronx Zoo makes him sad. Why is she so alone in her bare cage? More than anything, he wants to be her voice, but he stutters uncon­trol­la­bly.

Find out about the life story of wildlife conser­va­tio­nist Alan Rabinowitz who used to stutter as a child. After the story we’ll find out about jaguars and make a cool wildlife craft. Please call ahead and reserve a place.