Our monthly Meet & Greet (M&G) meetings recently resumed online. Members are sent the link to the online conference in advance. If you think you might be interested in joining our Club and would like to find out more about us, please send us a mail indicating whether you would like to join the morning am-meetandgreet@biwc.de or the evening pm-meetandgreet@biwc.de M&G session and a link to the conference will be sent to you.

Once again this month, the Club’s activity group coordinators are offering a wide choice of virtual activities for members via Zoom online conference.

  • LovinGerman: Every 2nd Tuesday of the month. This month Veronika, der Lenz ist da.
  • Art & Architecture: There will be an online discussion on the work of artist Xinyi Cheng.
  • Compass: There will be a discussion on Proverbs in the Netherlands based on an exhibit in the Gemäldegalerie Berlin, Pieter Bruegel the Elder
  • Cook In & Dine Out: This month’s dish Russian Pelmeni.
  • Evening Group: A guided tutorial on face massage techniques.
  • Science Group: Let’s talk about facts – risk literacy.
  • Biographies Book Group: Discuss the works of Virginia Woolf.
  • Afternoon Book Group: This group will discuss Pachinko by Min Jin Lee.
  • South-West Neighbourhood Group: They’ll be catching up online this month and
    they’ll also be joining forces with the North-East Neighbourhood Group to visit Berlin’s Botanical Garden.
    Another outdoor event is recommended by the Garden & Nature Group. Hanami, the Japanese Cherry Blossom Festival, either in the Gärten der Welt or along the Mauerweg in Teltow.
    Walking Tiergarten: They catch up via Zoom every Thursday but they’ll resume their walking as soon as this is possible.
  • German Speakers: The group discusses a recent newspaper article.
  • Spanish Speakers: Vivian Schmitt, nutritionist and coach specialised in the menopause, will be a special guest in this session.
  • English Speakers: They will read an article about a cleaning lady. Mrs Hinch. Hinch Yourself Happy Cleaning Tips.

(Image courtesy of Bayta Schwarz – Daffodils remind her of spring in the UK)