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GEA - German-English Association in Munich/Germany
*German-English Association in Munich/Germany* We (the German-English Association) have events in English, German and other languages; are open to people of all nationalities who live in or near Munich, Bavaria, Germany and are either native English speakers or have English as a second or third language. The GEA was founded in 1982 and is run by volunteers. Join us for easy scenic walks, mountain hikes, skiing, cycling and sailing days or weekend trips. We have parties, cultural outings, (theatre, cinema, concerts, art) and enjoy international cuisine and good beers, wines and cocktails in and around Munich. We visit "Bavarian Specials" e.g. the Fruehlingsfest, Oktoberfest and other Volksfeste in Bavaria. Subscribe here to receive our programme with many individual and regular events each month to suit all interests! Our website will give you more information: This GEA mailing list is mainly used for distributing messages related to our community, such as * announcements for ad-hoc events, * programme changes, * other events for the English-speaking community in and around Munich. List members can send messages to everyone else on the list, but these postings should conform to the general rules of the list. This list is moderated, i.e. postings have to be approved before they are distributed. To join the GEA mailing list, send a blank mail (no subject, no text required) to < >.
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Subgroups You Can Join

  • GEA Virtual Get-together
    A GEA forum for social un-distancing The Corona (Covid-19) virus pandemic has enforced Social Distancing, which is the exact opposite of a Social Club's purpose. Some people can cope with social distancing better than others, so our idea is to provide a new subgroup to our mailing group as an additional medium of exchange for those who would like to stay in touch, share thoughts and/or humour, ... Our regular GEA mailing list is rather strictly monitored and moderated and should contain exclusively messages with relevance to our English-speaking group's events; and whenever a message does not clearly fit these criteria, there is a silent or not-so-silent grumbling from those who – quite understandably – wish to keep their inbox as clear as possible.
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