Ireland is a must-see country to visit even if you have no Irish ancestors. The people are friendly, the views are stunning, the food is good and there is wonderful music everywhere. I do think, however, it adds to the experience when you’re going back to see where your ancestors used to live.
Free USO concert Head to the Wiesbaden Entertainment Center May 21 at 7 p.m. to catch Good Luck Penny and the Willy Pete Band, courtesy of the USO and Family, [...]
A guide to volksmarching in the Kaiserslautern/Wiesbaden area
Family Readiness Group training Quarterly Family Readiness Group training will be held June 11-14 in the Army Community Service conference room. Call civ (0611) 408-0254 for times and information. Congratulations [...]
The Taunus town of Idstein features its annual jazz festival June 21-23. Featured performers include the Dirty Boogie Orchestra, Milt Jackson Project, Donovan Aston, JayJayBeCe and the Syncopators. Tickets are €9 per day or €14 for all three days if purchased in advance (€2 more at the event). Visit www.idstein-jazzfestival.de for more information.
German weather has a way of keeping everyone in suspense. But regardless of whether it’s the perfect summer’s day or cold and overcast, Frankfurt’s Palmengarten promises an escape into many different landscapes and climates.
An archaeological excavation camp will take place Aug. 5-23 in the European Kulturpark Bliesbruck-Reinheim. Volunteers are sought to help with the excavation work in search of Roman artifacts. Visit firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This walk is in the Hunsrück region west of Bingen, an area well known for its scenic beauty and year-round series of walking trails. Trail lengths of 42 and 50 kilometers are offered to challenge-seeking wanderers as are three mountain bike trails without IVV credit.