The Stuttgart “Jazz Open” takes place annually in the heart of downtown Stuttgart becoming one of the first large-scale music events in the city since the start of the COVID pandemic.
Culture & Leisure
A train drivers’ strike will affect passenger services across Germany from Sept. 2-6. Long distance and regional trains (including S-Bahn) operated by Deutsche Bahn will be affected.
The 18 hole, 300 acre course was built in 1956 and designed by Bernhard von Limburger, described by the journal ‘Golf Course Architecture’ as “clearly the most important golf course architect in Germany” in his time.
Annual public transit subscription holders can use local/regional transit for free, statewide, courtesy of a unique customer appreciation campaign running through September 12.
The summer reading program is in full swing at the Patch Library!
BOSS represents the single service member in how you live, spend leisure time, and support the community around you.
Swabian customs meant to assure a lucky, prosperous, happy year ahead.
Take advantage of online platforms to stay connected during this corona holiday season.
The newspaper is accepting letters to Santa through December 24.
Patch Library can help you find that perfect read.
Stuttgart’s Family and MWR warrior adventure quest program and Outdoor Rec have a new vision for cycling in the community.
A 6-person ensemble, under the direction of Dusseldorf native Martin Jelonek, performed The Whole Shebang, in competition with other Army garrisons across Europe.
The Stuttgart Theatre Center is back and the season kicks off with ‘Jerry’s Girls.’
Sikorski logged 871 volunteer hours in 2019 and won “Best Costume Design for Musical” at the IMCOM-E Tournament of Plays Competition.
As summer turns to fall and days gradually turn shorter and colder, community members can continue to find opportunities to explore locally and engage in their interests.