Due to the Covid-19 Pandemic, We are closed until further notice.  Please check our facebook page for any updates.  To book a future event please contact shandra at events@saskgerman.com.

Thank you to everyone and please stay healthy.

-Desya Hrytzak, General Manager

Upcoming Events

The Farndale Avenue Housing Estate Townswomen's Guild Dramatic Society's A Christmas Carol

Dec. 13 - 15/18 - 21

Tickets are on sale now!

For Tickets or Information call 306-986-4045

Due to the COVID-19 regulations, all events have been postponed in March and April until further notice.

The Arndt family, threatened by the approaching Russians, left their German home in Konigsberg Prussia in January 1945.  With her husband and eldest daughter at war, Helene Arndt and four of her children walked miles to the railway station in the freezing cold and started their journey west.  Martin was the youngest.  One month shy of his sixth birthday his young body endured the effects of war - hunger to the point of near starvation, death and sickness surrounding him, fear following him wherever he went.

This is the Arndt story.  However as you will see, it is about more than war.  It is about strength of character, determination and faith.

To Purchase "Memories of a German Boy", visit the restaurant and lounge.  The book is $15.oo with all proceeds going to the German Cultural Centre.

160 Cartwright Street East  Saskatoon, SK  S7T 1B1  306-244-6869 ext.203

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