Saying bye bye to another week!
It’s that time again – when we wave bye-bye to yet another week! How fast is this year going? I know, we can’t quite believe it either!
Anyway, after the excitement of last week’s language breakfast it’s been a pretty quiet week at the Goethe-Zentrum, well as quiet as it will ever get in these parts!
Here’s what happened this week:
MONDAY: As with every Monday, we all hated the alarm clock but came into work and managed to make it through the day…fueled by a lot of coffee and chocolate!
TUESDAY: We finished off the chocolate on the conference table during our staff meeting! There’s a surprise! Chocolate doesn’t seem to last long around here!
WEDNESDAY: Saw another film being screened at the Goethe-Zentrum Atlanta, this time it was Hélène Berr: A young woman in occupied Paris, and was followed by a round table discussion led by Sally Levine, Executive Director, Georgia Commission on the Holocaust, and Karen Edlin, President of Hemshech, an Atlanta based holocaust survivors group.
THURSDAY: The winter term might not yet be over, but we’re already getting prepared for our spring language courses! In fact, it took over Thursday! Look out for more on this in the next week or so!
FRIDAY: Was just an ordinary day as we got ready for the weekend!
SATURDAY: That’s today! The Bundesliga boys are in the auditorium checking out how their teams are doing and tonight we’ll be partying like it’s 1929 with Max Raabe and the Palast Orchester! Fun times all around!
Hope you’ve had a good week! Join us for more next week when our friend Little Goethe will be off on his travels again!
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