Clubs

New Generation German-American Club

Established in 1993 by a group of eager, young German-Americans who wanted to enjoy and explore the German culture in a friendly and fun atmosphere.

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Schlierachtaler Stamm

The mission of the G.T.E.V. Schlierachtaler Stamm is to preserve and promote Bavarian Folkloric traditions through Art, Dance, Music, and German Language.

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Brooklyn Schuetzen Corps

Long Island's oldest and only traditional German schuetzen verein (shooting club) for those interested in shooting sports as well as learning about and maintaining German traditions.

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Bronxer Bayern

New York's Bavarian social club to keep alive the traditions and customs of old Bavaria.

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Amt Osterholzer Verein
The Amt Osterholzer Verein (AOV) is more than 135 years old and a proud member the Plattduetsche Volksfestvereen NY and NJ.

Astoria German Playgroup
Meetup Group for families where one or both parents speak German and who are raising a bilingual child/children

Bavarian Club Edelweiss Westchester, Inc.
The Edelweiss Club became the German American Society of Westchester in 1953. Its purpose would be to promote unity and social welfare among the Society members.

Bayern Verein Newark
The Bayern Verein Newark organizes several dance groups which perform all over the area and include a repertoire of many different, traditional dances.

Bronxer Bayern
New York's Bavarian social club to keep alive the traditions and customs of old Bavaria.

Brooklyn Schuetzen Corps
Long Island's oldest and only traditional German schuetzen verein (shooting club) for those interested in shooting sports as well as learning about and maintaining German traditions.

Brotherhood of the Burgenländer
Sick & Death Benevolent Society, New York

Burgenlaender SDB Society-New York
The Brotherhood of the Burgenlaender: A Sick & Death Benevolent Society in New York.

Cannstatter Volksfest-Verein
Founded in 1873, the Cannstatter Club is one of the oldest and largest German/American cultural organizations in Philadelphia.

Deutscher Club of Clark, NJ
The Deutscher Club of Clark, New Jersey is a German club dedicated to keeping German heritage and culture alive.

Deutscher Verein New York
Located at Union Club, Deutscher Verein New York wants to offer a community for the intellectual, cultural and social life of Germans and Americans of German ancestry living in the area of New York City.

Edelweiss-Passaic Schuhplattler Verein
Edelweiss-Passaic is a non-profit organization dedicated to the preservation of Bavarian dancing, costume, and culture in the US.

G.T.E.V. Schlierachtaler Stamm
One of the oldest groups in NYC dedicated to the preservation of Bavarian traditions and cultural arts in the New York Metropolitan area.

Gebirgs-Trachtenverein Edelweiß Reading
G.T.V. Edelweiss - Reading consists of over 16 active adult couples, a thriving children's group of 25+, and many social members. It was elected as the host of the 21. Gaufest of all Schuhplattler clubs in North America in 2007.

Gemuetlichen Enzianer
Founded in 1931 by a group of German immigrants in New York City who sought to uphold the traditions, dance (Schuhplattler) and costumes of Bavaria (Germany) and Tyrol (Austria), the club today is 100+ members strong.

German Genealogy Group
The German Genealogy Group (GGG) is a not for profit organization that was established in early 1996 to provide mutual support among those interested in researching their Germanic ancestors.

German Language Learning Club
This 18-year old cooperative of students and teachers pursue the study of German language and culture in an informal environment.

German-Amercian Societies of Westchester County, Inc.
The German-American Society of Westchester fosters and promotes friendship, fellowship, unity and cooperation among all German-American organizations to extend our German heritage and culture within all ethnic groups.

German-American Hiking Club (Deutscher Wanderverein) of New York and New Jersey
The German-American Hiking Club is an organization of people who share an interest in a German language and culture combined with an appreciation of hiking in the surroundings of metropolitan New York and New Jersey

Germania of Poughkeepsie
Over the past 157 years Germania has done much to enrich with programs in music, sport, dance, and citizenship. We are proud of the numerous prizes won by the Germania Singers, the trophies won by the Blue and White Soccer Club and the repeated...

GeV d'Heimatsgruppe Schuhplattler
An Allgauer Schuhplattler and Trachten Verein that meets the first and third Mondays of every month in Schuetzen Park, in North Bergen, NJ.

Kölsche Funke rut-wieß vun 1823
The Tri-state area's only Karneval (German Mardi Gras) Verein.

New Generation German-American Club
Established in 1993 by a group of eager, young German-Americans who wanted to enjoy and explore the German culture in a friendly and fun atmosphere.

New York City German Expat & Culture Meetup Group
"Group of Germans living in the New York City metro area. All Germans and German speakers are welcome to join. "

New York City German Language Meetup Group
Find out why your friends all want to learn German.

New York Schuetzen Corps, Inc.
A modern progressive shooting & social club devoted to maintaining its German Heritage in the NY & NJ area.

Original Enzian
Original Enzian is the second oldest Schuhplattler Verein in North America and its members continue to endeavor to uphold the traditional Tracht from the area of Miesbach, Bavaria and Schuhplattler dancing from areas throughout Bavaria and Tyrol.

Plattduetsche Volksfest-Vereen of NY & NJ
Club with Plattduetsche people originating mostly from the northern flatlands of German; hence the name Platt, meaning flat or plain.

Schlierachtaler Stamm
The mission of the G.T.E.V. Schlierachtaler Stamm is to preserve and promote Bavarian Folkloric traditions through Art, Dance, Music, and German Language.

Sieverner Plattdeutscher Club
The Sieverner Club is a good & welfare club which was established in Brooklyn, NY in 1887. The club does pay sick and death benefits but it has become a German cultural and social club.

Steuben Society of America
A patriotic and fraternal organization founded in May 1919, and named after General Friedrich Wilhelm von Steuben.

Swim and Sport Club
Founded in 1928 by German immigrants, the Swim and Sport Club still remains, to this day, a bit of old world flavor.

Sängerchor Newark
Founded in 1925 by a group of ten German men motivated to preserve the old tradition of song and music, the chorus' repertoire today consists of German and American folk songs, traditional and light classics, and a sprinkling of barbershop style.

The Gustav Mahler Society of New York
The Society is dedicated to the advancement and promotion of greater awareness and understanding of the music of Gustav Mahler

The Meriden Turner Society
"The Turner Society of Meridan in Connecticut is a German-American association, which promotes German culture in America. "

United German Hungarian Club
It began with the emigration of a people from their ancestral homelands in Germany to the wild and open Danubian plains of Hungary.

Young German American Club
A fun social and cultural club for younger adults of German heritage or anyone interested in Germany.

Zion St. Marks German Language Learning Club
The language curriculum is suspended temporarily.