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Jul
6
Thu
2017
Speech on G20, Climate Change, Trump – in the context of Micronesia. @ Museum für Völkerkunde Hamburg
Jul 6 @ 7:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Larry and his crew in front of the Lamotrek Sail.

Rising Sea Levels are not a myth, nor is Climate Change – despite the fact that some may claim otherwise. The people of the Pacific Islands in the Federated States of Micronesia are first hand witnesses to the devastating effects these issue bring today – and can tell from experience what it means for their society and anyone around the globe. Especially those living near the sea.

It is our great pleasure to invite you for a evening speaking event with Mr. Larry Raigetal, founder of Waa´gey in Micronesia. Larry made the long trip from Micronesia to bring us the story behind this unique sail.

The mission of Waagey and Mr. Raigetal personally is the preservation of the regional arts and crafts and traditional craftsmanship, to maintain the cultural heritage of the Micronesian Pacific Islands. But also to create awareness for this mission to becoming harder and harder due to global influences (not to say “globalization”) and climate changes. In the region, the sea levels rise 1,5cm every year – a direct, measurable threat to the life on remote coral island atolls.

Mr. Raigetal and his team have created a sail on the remote island of Lamotrek, a sail made in the traditional way, which was almost a lost skill. This sail is touring the world and has reached Hamburg, to be on display at the Museum für Völkerkunde, where Larry will be kind enough to speak to us and give us some context on this interesting matter.

The timing could not be better since G20 happens the same week with Mr. Trump in town.

The event itself is FREE OF CHARGE, but REGISTRATION IS REQUIRED for attendance (please RSVP immediately to assistant@americanclub.de).

Please note that the Museum will charge the standard entry fees (EUR 8,50). The Museum is located at Rothenbaumchaussee 64.

Please also note that you should plan to arrive in good time, due to restrictions / demonstrations / road closures in the context of G20.

Due to the short notice of this event, there is no catering planned but the Museum hosts a Restaurant for snacks and drinks. Larry will be happy to mingle and answer any questions you may have in that set up.

You can already learn more by watching this video about Larry´s undertakings.

Please click here for pictures

Nov
23
Thu
2017
Join the Feast: Thanksgiving Dinner with the American Club of Hamburg @ Park Hyatt Hamburg, Apples Restaurant
Nov 23 @ 6:30 pm – 11:00 pm
Join the Feast: Thanksgiving Dinner with the American Club of Hamburg @ Park Hyatt Hamburg, Apples Restaurant

It is a long-standing tradition: The American Club  Thanksgiving Dinner at Park Hyatt. A true family feast with all you would expect from an unparalleled T-day experience.

We look forward to greeting you, your friends and family at the Park Hyatt Hamburg’s award-winning Apples Restaurant, reserved exclusively for The American Club. Attendees will enjoy an exquisite, savory experience, treated to all the fine traditional holiday servings, such as mouth-watering turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, apple pie, fine wines and other specialties from the chef.

Register simply by replying by email to assistant@americanclub.de stating your name(s) and kindly transferring payment of 55 € for members / 75 € for non-members / 15€ for children under 15 to:

The American Club of Hamburg e.V.
Commerzbank AG Hamburg
IBAN: DE28 2008 0000 0905 5575 00
BIC: DRESDEFF200
 
Be sure to sign up immediately since only few seats are left for the feast!
Jun
16
Sat
2018
Act fast: Guided tour on board USS Mount Whitney at Kieler Woche. Registration ONLY TODAY @ Marinestützpunkt Kiel, Hauptwache
Jun 16 @ 9:20 am – 11:45 am
USS Mount Whitney. Source: Wikipedia

We are pleased to invite you to a guided tour on the USS Mount Whitney on June 16 at 9:20 am in Kiel.

REGISTRATION NEEDS TO BE DONE BEFORE 5:30 TODAY, JUNE 13TH! 

Usually stationed in Gaeta, Italy, the flagship of the United States Sixth Fleet pays Kiel a visit during the annual Kieler Woche on its way back to Italy from the annual Baltops maneuver.

All participants are expected at the Hauptwache of the Marinestützpunkt in Kiel (Kiellinie 249, 24106 Kiel) until 9:20 am on June 16 and must bring their ID/Passports with them. The tour will start at 10 am.

Register simply by eMail to assistant@americanclub.de stating your name(s), nationality, date of birth, ID/Ausweisnummer as well as your cell phone number. This is an absolute necessity, without these details, no access will be granted.

We are happy to announce that there won’t be a participation fee for this event.

Please note that registrations won’t be possible after 5:30 pm today and can only be confirmed if all above mentioned information was provided.
We are sorry that this invitation comes on such short notice and hope that some of you are interested in joining the tour!

As usual spaces are limited.

May
11
Sat
2019
Visit The Eagle With Us! @ Kiel Harbor
May 11 @ 1:30 pm – 4:30 pm

We are delighted to invite you to a tour of the Eagle during its upcoming visit to Kiel on the 10th of May 2019, as part of an annual deployment with cadets from the United States Coast Guard Academy. The primary mission is training the cadets and officer candidates, but the ship also performs a public relations role for the Coast Guard and the United States including calls at foreign ports as a goodwill ambassador. The US Consulate General in Hamburg has arranged this unique tour for The American Club members and guests. The exact boarding location and details about the program will be sent to registrants closer to the event.

The ticket price is 10 EUR for Members and 15 EUR (plus fee) for Guests. There is no ticket fee for Members of the Club. Also it is not required to provide an eMail-address for the registration.

You can register and buy your tickets here.


About the Eagle: The ship was built as the German ship “Horst Wessel” in 1936; it served to train German sailors in sail techniques until decommissioned at the start of World War II. The vessel had anti-aircraft armament installed and re-commissioned in 1942, serving for Germany. At the end of the war, Horst Wessel was taken by the U.S. as part of war reparations. Its sister ship, the Gorch Fock is the German Navy’s Sail Training Ship today.

Find out more about the ship here.

Important: We will know the exact dock of the ship briefly before the event only, for security reasons.