Blues Night and Krazy Karaoke
The Cappuccino Casino hosts Blues Night March 1, April 13, May 3, June 15 and July 26. Krazy Karaoke with DJ Joker will be featured March 9, April 5, May 17 and July 18. Stop by the Cappuccino Casino at the Hainerberg Shopping Center or call civ (0611) 411-4444 for more information.
Concerts in Mainz
The Mainz Frankfurter Hof features a range of concerts in the coming weeks for all tastes including traditional Irish music makers at the Irish Spring 2013 March 6, the United Kingdom Ukulele Orchestra March 7, Mitch Ryder March 12, new soul singer/guitarist Raul Midon March 13, tenor jazz saxophonists The Three Tenors March 14 and Dutch jazzer Jasper Van’t Hof March 20. Visit www.frankfurter-hof-mainz.de for more information.
Praise Night 8
Enjoy a host of free Christian music including performances by Alyssa, Kerubin, Stay and Pray and the Milal Missionary Choir March 9 from 6:30-9:30 p.m. at the Saturday Night Church in the Christlichen Zentrum Wiesbaden-Nordenstadt at Daimlerring 8b. Visit www.snc-rm.de for more information.
The German-American and International Women’s Club Wiesbaden hosts a Spring Bazaar March 16 from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Kurhaus Kolonnade. It will feature a range of sale items and a coffee house. People can also donate items to be sold at the fund-raising event. Items should be dropped off at the German Salvation Army collection point, Schwarzenbergstr. 7 on Saturdays from 10 a.m. to noon and Wednesdays from 3-5 p.m. Books should be dropped off the day before the event at the Kurhaus Kolonnaden. Visit www.derfrauenclubwiesbaden.de for details.
Idstein Spring Festival
The Taunus town of Idstein holds a Spring Festival March 15-18 with a carousel, children’s flea market, face painting, shopping and more. A Witches Market featuring a medieval market, juggling, handicrafts and more will be held April 6-7 in Idstein. Visit en.idstein.de for more information about the festival.
Ham radio license
Interested in getting a ham radio license? Before you can get on the air to communicate with others around the world you’ll need an amateur radio license, regulated by the Federal Communications Commission. Learn the rules and how to operate safely. An FCC test session will be conducted by the American Radio Relay League March 3 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. at the Buergerhaus in Giessen. To take the test bring a photo ID and $15. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org by email or visit the AFFL home page at arrl.org for more information about the test.