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Cincinnati's only German Society that focuses on German languages and modern German culture. We have been meeting every Monday since 2011. Come join us!

What is Cincideutsch?

Upcoming weekly Cincideutsch

Stammtisch

Upcoming Cincideutsch Events

Our Goal, Vision & Commitment

Upcoming Events

Every Monday, Cincideutsch gathers at Mecklenburg Gardens, the oldest beer garden in Cincinnati, for a Stammtisch (regulars’ table).  Cincideutsch’s weekly gathering gives people a place to meet other German speakers and learn about German culture. We welcome all levels of German fluency from beginner to advanced. Some of our members include permanent residents of Cincinnati and those visiting the city for work or student exchange programs. For details on our upcoming events, check out our Events page and join our WhatsApp Group Chat!

  • Stammtisch 4 in July 2021
    Stammtisch 4 in July 2021
    Mecklenburg Gardens
    Jul 27, 6:00 PM – 10:00 PM
    Mecklenburg Gardens, 302 E University Ave, Cincinnati, OH 45219, USA
    Come speak German or enjoy good company celebrating German culture

When I moved to Cincinnati from Switzerland in 2011, I Became one of the first members to join Cincideutsch. Not only did I find friends for life with existing Cincideutsch members, I found a family of German speakers far away from home. Cincideutsch has a good mix of native speakers and locals who speak varying levels of German, from early beginners to advanced. Over the years, I have seen hundreds of students, retirees, professionals , or new hobby seekers improve their German  or just meet over a beer during our weekly Stammtisch at Mecklenburg Gardens. Come join us at our weekly Stammtisch and find a family of German speaking friends!

Words from the current President of Cincideutsch, Michel Portmann

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