Archives for January 2016

It’s carnival time!

The Rathaussturm when the carnival prince takes over the town hall took place on Saturday morning.  But as the town does not have a carnival prince this year, it was up to the KinderPrinzenPaar (Children’s prince and princess) Leonard I. and Esther I. to lead the proceedings: [Read more…]

Book reading for children aged between 4 and 7

Eselin Evelyn entdeckt den SüdpolThe story “Eselin Evelyn entdeckt den Südpol” by Ulla Mersmeyer is being read in the library on Thursday, 4th February, 2016 by volunteer Edith Nikel-Ruppmann.

Tickets cost €2 and should be reserved in advance in the library or by calling 06171 62870.

Book flea market at the library

Pile of books - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / NatikaThere will be a book flea market in Oberursel’s library on Saturday, 6th February, 2016 between 10am and 1pm with proceeds going to the library’s supporters’ association.

The library is located at one end of the market square in Oberursel, in the Eppsteinerstraße.

The nearest car parks are “Bleiche” and in the Holzweg. The nearest train station is Altstadt (U3).

Take a tour of Oberursel’s old town

The Bleiche in Oberursels old townA tour of the old town (Altstadt) part of Oberursel is being offered on Saturday, 6th February, 2016 at 2pm.

The tour starts in front of the Vortaunusmuseum at the Marktplatz at 2pm and costs €3 per person.

Children’s cinema in the Portstrasse

Cinema Reel - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AnatolyMThe bluebox portstrasse will be showing a film for children aged 5 and over on Friday, 5th February 2016 at 2.45pm.

As the organisation is not a commercial cinema, they are not allowed to advertise which film will be shown in advance. If you do want to know which film will be shown then call 06171 636930 and they will tell you.

The bluebox is located opposite the U-Bahn station “Altstadt” (formerly “Portstraße”).

 

Tyre thieves caught in Frankfurt

Two men are accused of stealing a complete set of tyres from an Audi A5 in the early hours of Monday morning (25th January, 2016) in the Mauerfeldstraße in Weißkirchen.  The car was left on wooden blocks.

A witness spotted the theft take place at around 1.15am and called the police.  A short time later, a similar theft was reported in nearby Königstein, with the vehicle used to transport the tyres fitting the description of the one from Weißkirchen.  Armed with the registration number, police were able to look for it specifically and found it in Frankfurt in the Rebstock area at 2am.

The vehicle, a silver van, contained two sets of high-value tyres, one of which was the set from the Mauerfeldstraße.  The two suspects, aged 39 and 45, were arrested.  Both are of no fixed abode and were presented to the custody judge the same afternoon.

Police called to fight between Asylum Seekers

Police were called to the asylum seekers’ home in the Karl-Herrmann-Flach-Straße on Tuesday evening (26th January, 2016) after a fight broke out between two of the residents.

It is unclear why the fight broke out, and the two residents had been sharing a room.  According to police, one hit the other in the face with a saucepan, who retaliated by hitting the first resident on the head with the handle of a kitchen knife.

Both were taken to hospital but later released.  Both now face a criminal prosecution.

Tuesday night cinema at Bluebox Portstraße

Cinema Reel - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / AnatolyMTuesday night is film night at Bluebox Portstraße, located near the U-Bahn stop “Altstadt”.

As the organisation is not a commercial cinema, they are not allowed to advertise which film will be shown in advance. For Tuesday, 2nd February, 2016, we are told that it will be a film for the soul. If you do want to know which film will be shown then call 06171 636930 and they will tell you.

The showing starts at 9pm.

Find out how the Celts lived in Oberursel – family tour

A celtic funeral pileA tour for families around the area of the celtic settlement near Oberursel is being held on Sunday, 31st January, 2016 at 2pm.

The tour starts at the Taunus Information Centre and costs €3 each for adults and €1 each for children.  Those taking part should have sturdy footwear.

Friday night music at Musikhalle Portstraße

Blue musical notes - ©Can Stock Photo Inc. / OrsonFriday night is music night at Musikhalle Portstraße, located near the U-Bahn stop “Altstadt”.

On Friday, 29th January, 2016, another “Newcomer TV Night” is being held.

Doors open at 8pm for a 8.30pm start and entry costs €2.

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