Our mission is to serve as a resource for information about the past and present culture of German-speaking people. Through cultural and educational programs, Goethe House Wisconsin seeks to provide people of all ages with a greater awareness of evolving German societies and in doing, promote strong relations, friendships and understanding.

Adult German Courses


Registration for Winter 2016 Courses now available!

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Winter 2016 Courses

 German courses begin the week of Monday, January 18th, 2016 and run through the week of Monday, March 14th, 2016.  

Marquette University on German Leadership in Sustainability

German leadership in sustainability is the theme of a three-part series set to begin January 22, sponsored by Marquette’s Klingler College of Arts and Sciences and the program in Multidisciplinary German Studies.


The series begins Janury 22 with a presentation by Dr. Kate Scow, Professor of Soil Science and Microbial Ecology and Director of the Russell Ranch Sustainable Agricultural Facility at the University of California-Davis: "Increasing the Sustainability of Agriculture: Roles of Soil Health and Longterm Research." The presentation will take place 12:00 - 1:30 pm in the Alumni Memorial Union Room 227.

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Goethe House on 88Nine Radio Milwaukee

88Nine Radio Milwaukee featured Goethe House Executive Director Katy Jaessing and Library Director John Kellogg in a story on Sankt Nikolaus.  Click here for a link to the story.

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