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Christmas Time Is Coming !
And the German American Society of Tulsa is looking forward to seeing you !!
This weekend !
Friday Saturday and Sunday December 2, December 3, and December 4th 2011
at the GAST Center ~
Oh Tannenbaum Oh Tannenbaum !!
Come to the Tulsa ChristKindl Markt This Weekend!
Enjoy all the splendors of an
Old Fashioned German Holiday !
ChristKind'l Markt of Tulsa Time is Here !
December 2, 3, 4 2011
The German American Society of Tulsa Hall !
Just West of 15th and Lewis in Tulsa Oklahoma ~
Visit http://www.gastulsa.org/ for the particulars ~
bring the kids, grandparents, neighbors and exchange students !
Be ready to find something handmade ~ homemade of fine quality for an Old Fashioned Christmas Gift
Something Good to Eat!
I can just catch the waft of bratwurst, knackwurst, stollen, lederhosen and roasted nuts on the winter wind ~ the sounds of German on the lips of people greeting each other ~
Froehliche Weihnachten !
Christmas brings out the child in all of us ~
This is a Traditional Old World European Event ~
For Families and Children of All Ages, for Adults of All Stages :O)!
So, if we can't all make it back to Europe for the Holidays
We can travel back in time and feel the giving of
in our hearts for three days, in our own town !
See you there!
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Note! When Printing, Scale to Fit the Page!
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When I worked at the Tulsa Library, I was surrounded by some wonderfully literate people, as you well might imagine.
Often I was humbled by the volume of reading by the library patrons.
More than a third of a century ago, a great high school teacher,
Muriel McDougal , challenged us as students to maintain standards of literacy throughout our lives.
She said, that to consider ourselves literate people we must:
Read at least one newspaper every day.
Read one hour of scholarly literature ~ news, science, fine literature, etc a day.
Read one our of leisure reading of our choice 1 hour a day ~ personal novel interest, comics, whatever our pleasure ~ ( would this include surfing the Internet ? )
Keep a daily journal