Summer is here, and many of our events include opportunities to be outdoors! And of course everyone is welcome to meet Club members at the evening Monthly Meeting (with program) or the morning Meet & Greet.  Click on the Meet & Greet button on the home page for detailed information.


Tuesday, 11 June The Art & Architecture group offers a tour of the “Red Island” in Schoeneberg, with talks from the PR officer and the senior gardener of the historical-landmark 12 Apostles Cemetery (see the “Garden of the Short Eternity”!) and a visit to the architecturally unusual Queen Luise Memorial Church.

Thursday, 13 June A visit to the Liebermann villa and its current exhibition of the paintings that Liebermann brought back from Italy. The garden will be in full bloom, and after the visit we can sit on the terrace and enjoy a drink or a light meal while looking at the garden and lake.

Tuesday, 18 June A curator of the State Library (Potsdamer Platz) will show us some of the library’s treasures and tell us about the history of the building, its architecture, and its significance in the divided Berlin of the Cold War era.

Thursday, 20 June Our new After Work group joins the After-Work party at the FutureWork24 Festival, which focuses on the working world of tomorrow and how it can be made sustainable.

Friday, 21 June We will walk along Griebnitzsee to see the villas of famous people, from show-business stars to political leaders. We will hear the stories behind the villas and fascinating anecdotes.


Thursday, 13 June Stop by for a drink after a long day, and bite to eat if you like, at our Casual Evening near Hackescher Markt.

Friday, 14 June A lunch at Sagano Sushi and Asian Lounge, offering a variety of Southeast Asian and Japanese dishes, delicious sushi, fresh salads and warm Asian specialties.


Wednesday, 12 June The Biographies book group will be discussing two books about immigration. One was written by a Pulitzer-Prize-winning journalist who was sent by his family from the Philippines to the US with false papers at the age of twelve, and one by a poet who was smuggled from El Salvador at the age of nine, to join his parents in the US.

Monday, 17 June The Science Group will discuss the work of Immanuel Kant, who revolutionized philosophy and whose 300th birthday is being celebrated this year.

Monday, 24 June The Afternoon Book Group will discuss Paul Harding’s novel, This Other Eden.

Film Buffs, a WhatsApp group, meets on an ad hoc basis, at times convenient to participants, to go to the cinema together.


Saturday, 15 June A city hike will include three of Berlin’s fabulous parks: Hasenheide, Viktoriapark, and the Park Am Gleisdreieck.

Every Wednesday A walk around Schlachtensee

Every Thursday A walk around Tiergarten

The Club has multiple Mah Jong groups that play regularly, as well as a crafts group that meets at participants’ convenience.


We had a stand at the IAMEXPAT fair on 8 June at the Estrel Hotel in Berlin. This event, designed to support the international community in Berlin, let us make many contacts and spread the word about all the activities we have to offer to international women in Berlin!