DAVENPORT, IOWA (July 30, 2019) — For a quarter century, the German American Heritage Center has provided the Quad Cities with programming and exhibitions surrounding the German immigrant experience.

Come celebrate 25 years with us this weekend, August 3-4.

GAHC Anniversary Scherenschnitte Workshop

August 3

2D Session: 10-11AM | 3D Session: 11:30AM-1PM

Keith Bonnstetter joins us on August 3rd with the art of paper design cutting! Enjoy two designs, one 2-D and the other 3-D, inspired by GAHC's 25th Anniversary.

2D Session: 10-11AM | 3D Session: 11:30AM-1PM

Members: $15 | Non-Members: $20

Members Only Deal: Both Sessions for $25

Space is limited and fills up fast.

Reserve your spots today by calling us at 563-322-8844

GAHC 25th Anniversary Celebration, August 4 @ 12-5PM

Join us on Sunday, August 4 from 12-5pm as we celebrate the 25th anniversary of the German American Heritage Center & Museum! At this celebration we will look back on the last 25 years and look forward to many more. The day's festivities will include some words from those involved with the GAHC from the beginning, Kaffee und Kuchen, a performance by the Davenport Zither Ensemble, and more! This event is free and open to the public.

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