Fasching will be celebrated Feb. 28 – March 5, with festivals, parades, music and many “foolish” events.
Culture & Leisure
If you haven’t already done so, the CCVP tour is a must during your tour of duty in Stuttgart.
Starting in January, Stuttgart community members can bowl their hearts out seven days per week at the Galaxy Bowling and Entertainment Center on Panzer Kaserne.
Check out these slide shows for both (including the scoreboard for the Army-Navy flag football game).
The Young Americans International Outreach Tour–Fall 2018 provided a three-day workshop for 158 Stuttgart kids.
Find out what Team USO-Stuttgart is doing for the community this month.
Bah! Humbug! Now playing at the Kelley Theatre Center.
‘Avenue Q’ is currently showing at the Stuttgart Theatre Center; its final weekend is November 2-4.
The Stuttgart boxing team defended its title as the top military boxing team in Europe after hosting and capturing first place.
The Deutsch-Amerikanisches Zentrum (German-American Center) James-F.-Byrnes Institut Stuttgart will host its “American Days,” Oct. 16-28.
Beginning Sept. 28, the annual Cannstatter Volksfest celebrates its 200th anniversary this year on the Cannstatter Wasen fairground.
Teens learn best through adult modeling, experiential learning opportunities and peer interaction.
The Run to Remember, hosted by Stuttgart Family and Morale, Welfare and Recreation in conjunction with the 1st Battalion, 10th Special Forces Group (Airborne), took place July 14.
Clad in his unique Ice Age hunter’s garb, Dr. Wolfgang Bausch, a graduate geologist and certified geopark guide, met our group of 12 in the village of Rammingen to give us a foretaste of the adventure that lay ahead.
The Stuttgart region loves its festivals, but when it comes to frequency and diversity, there’s no time quite like the summer.