The German American Heritage Center will be hosting sessions for QC's Big Table events. The center will have 3 sessions on April 20th:
10:30 AM
12:30 PM
2:30 PM

Bringing Down the Butcher of Prague: The Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich

Sunday, April 8 @ 2pm

Dr. Robinson Yost & Dr. Laura Yost, professors of history at Kirkwood Community College, present "Bringing Down the Butcher of Prague: The Assassination of Reinhard Heydrich", nearing the 76th anniversary of one of the most daring (and controversial) episode of WWII espionage- The killing of top Nazi official Reinhard Heydrich.

Saturday, April 7, 10-2pm - Free Admission

Our annual Eiermarkt Spring Craft fair is back! Come visit us and all of our local vendors to find some treats, goodies, and local crafts this spring season! Admission is free for the craft fair!

The Eiermarkt Spring Craft Fair will be on the 4th floor of the German American Heritage Center on April 7, 10-2 PM. See you then!

Saturday, March 24, 10am-2pm
Free Admission
Story Time with Snow White!
Saturday, February 17 @ 2pm
Join Snow White and the German American Heritage Center for story time as we explore fairy tales, stories, and other German tales old and new! Enjoyable by all ages, come hear your favorite stories, as well as some you may not be familiar with. ADMISSION TO THE PROGRAM IS FREE!
Every Friday on Social Media through June 11
Our newest exhibit, "Culinary Customs: A Taste of Germany" opens Sunday, January 21. Watch for many wonderful culinary arts related programming over the next several months!
German Influence on American Craft Spirit Production, Sunday, January 21 @ 2pm
Second Saturdays at the GAHC!
Saturday, December 9
Craft Activity @ 1pm
Sunday, November 26 GAHC open 12-5pm
Enjoy a jolly trolley ride down 2nd St. connecting you to the GAHC, the Figge Art Museum, and the Festival of Trees for your shopping convenience.