Welcome to the American German Club of the Palm Beaches, located in the Lantana-Lake Worth area. The Club was established in 1967 for the purpose of fostering mutual friendship and relationship with German Culture, to spread among others an understanding of German traditions and customs. To achieve this goal our over 400 club members welcome the public to our events. Please check this website often for updates.  

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Mission Statement    MISSION STATEMENT
The American German Club strives to promote: The Cultural Value of German Customs, Opportunities for Good Fellowship ‘Gemütlichkeit’, Preservation of German Cultural Artifacts for Future Generations, Education of the Public of Palm Beach County. As a not-for-profit, we choose to give back generously to the community through our Donation fund. Click here for details.
Calendar of Events
There's always something going on at the Club! Each Friday the Club holds a German-American Dance with live bands. A sit down dinner is available, prior to the dance at reasonable prices for Members and Guests. If you’re interested in joining, we invite you to attend or next event. Don’t worry, you don’t have to speak German. For details take a look at our calendar of events. Click here for details.
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From casual receptions, company cookouts and bridal showers to big events, expect the same quality of service at our club. Allow our catering staff to make your event one to remember. You and your guests will enjoy our hospitality and family-oriented atmosphere. Click here for details.
Mark your calendars for our 42 annual Oktoberfest on October 9, 10, 11 & 16, 17, 18. We hope to see you there! Click here for more details.
Everyone knows that Germany is home to festivals that serve beer, but did you know that the world's largest wine festival is held also in Germany. Click here for more details.
The Miss Oktoberfest Pageant is an event designed to encourage community participation in family programs and activities at the American German Club of the Palm Beaches. Click here for more details.
Frühschoppen is understood more generally to be a gathering in a pub on Sunday morning, traditionally held after church service and was celebrated in Germany since many hundreds of years. It is accompanied by drinks (mostly wine and beer) in a “Schoppen” (which is traditionally half a pint). Therefore the name “Früh – Schoppen.” Join us every Fourth Sunday of the month from 10:30 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Club to celebrate the tradition of Frühschoppen with traditional food. You have a chance to socialize and get to know other guests and club members. Admission is free. Click here for details.
CHRISTKINDLMARKT – Save the Date – December 5 and 6, 2015
The American-German Club of the Palm Beaches brings back a favorite tradition.
Christkindlmarkt (cr-ist-ken-dul-markt), the Club’s annual Christmas Market event, will take place on Saturday, December 5 and Sunday, December 6, 2015 from 11:00 a.m. to 8:30 p.m. at the American-German Club in Lake Worth. Modeled on outdoor holidays markets found throughout Germany, Christkindlmarkt showcases a variety of delicious traditional foods and drinks, merchandise, entertainment and performances. Fun activities are geared towards the youngest visitors, such as workshops of making paper ornaments, decorating small gingerbread men, coloring pages, and much more! The Christkindlmarkt gives children and the young at heart the opportunity to explore the market, interact with the vendors, and learn more about German Holiday traditions. There will be a Lantern Parade, a chance to meet the Christkind and Santa Claus and participate in the Christmas tree lighting. Click here for details.
“Masskrugstemmen,” which translates loosely to the lifting of a liter mug of beer, is a well-known and a competitive Bavarian sport. The “Masskrug,” a 1 Liter Stein is held with one arm, completely stretched out and parallel to the floor. Click here for details.
Our board of directors changes each year as a result of an election at the Annual General Meeting. Since its inception, the Officers and the Club have always endeavored to maintain the high standards promulgated by the founders. Click here for details.
If you interested in being around German Culture, click here to get basic information about Membership. If you already a member go to “Members Only” where you find important club notes posted. Click here for details.
If you are curious about what happens in the club? We will post important club notes here to keep you “in the know.” Click here for details.
History of the Club HISTORY OF THE CLUB
In 1967 a small Group of Americans of German descent decided to form a club with purpose of preserving the traditions, culture and heritage of their German Homeland. Since then, many dedicated members have given their time and talents to perpetuating and amplifying our founders' original purpose. Click here for details.
Directions to the Club DIRECTIONS TO CLUB
The Club is located on Lantana Rd., just passing Military Trail. Click here for directions to find us. Click here for details.
During the course of a year, a large number of pictures are taken by various members and the best ones have been organized into multiple photo albums. The following is an index of the albums and they may be reached by clicking on the items in the index. Click here for details.
Be informed about Traditional German cooking when you attend the club events, because you might as well know what you are eating. Click here for details.
The American German Club works with various charities and conducts special projects to give back to the community in need. Our current projects are listed on the Donation Fund page and will be updated on a regular basis. Click here for details.
The American German Club of the Palm Beaches scholarship award is intended to provide financial assistance to selected undergraduate students majoring in German language and literature. Awards are based primarily on the student's achievement and promise, although financial need may also be considered. Click here for details.
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