Autos in der Allee

This weekend (Saturday 25th & Sunday 26th April, 2015) sees the annual “Autos in der Allee” event take place in Oberursel, with the Adenauerallee turned into an exhibition ground for cars.  The event, which is taking place for the 18th time, is considered to be one of the largest car shows in the region outside of Frankfurt.

170 new cars will be on show in the Adenauerallee and Liebfrauenstraße alone, with caravans and mobile homes on the corner between them. [Read more…]

English Baking Afternoon at Helen Doron Early English

The Helen Doron Early English centre in Oberursel’s station will be holding an English Baking Afternoon for children aged between 5 and 10, regardless of their level of English, on Saturday, 14th December, 2013 between 2pm and 6pm.

Together they will be baking biscuits, making Christmas decorations, and singing songs together – and learning English at the same time.

To take part, children need to be registered by 12th December with Nicole Greifenstein (n.greifenstein@web.de) and the afternoon costs 15 Euro per child.

I love you, blue kangaroo!


Helen Doron Early English are offering an interactive story hour on Saturday, 29th June, 2013 at 3.30pm.

The story is “I love you, blue kangaroo!” and the afternoon is aimed at children between 4 and 7 years old. The children will be introduced to the main vocabulary in the story and will be singing, dancing and making things associated with it.

To take part you need to register your child by Thursday, 27th June by calling 06171 699986. There will be a charge of €5 per child which includes a drink and a snack and the cost of materials.

 

Music, English and Doctors – the 2nd Station Festival is this weekend

This weekend (18th/19th May, 2013) will see not only the station festival take place in Oberursel for the second time, but also the official opening of the new building on the opposite side of the road which houses a number of doctors’ surgeries.

The festival starts on both days  at 11am and on Saturday night “Roy Hammer and the Pralinées” will be performing at 8pm, open-air and with free entry!

There will be a merry-go-round, bouncy castle, miniature steam train and tours of the new building on offer.

Helen Doron Early English, who are located in the station building, will be singing and dancing on stage in English at 2pm on both days, 4.30pm on Saturday and 5pm on Sunday.  They will also be telling the story of The Very Hungry Caterpillar on Saturday at 2.30pm and The Gruffalo on Sunday at 3.30pm.

Drivers should note that the Nassauer Straße will be closed from Saturday 6am until Sunday 7pm between the Feldbergstraße and the Kleine Adenauerallee.

Story Hour at Helen Doron Early English

Helen Doron Early English in Oberursel will be holding a “Interactive Story Hour” for children in classes 4 to 6 with the story of “The Wizard of Oz” on Saturday, 26th January, 2013 at 5.15pm.

After going over the relevant vocabulary, the adventure will begin, during which the children will sing, make things, and will also have a snack and a drink.

To take part children should be registered by Thursday, 24th January by calling 06171 699986 or sending an e-mail to office.oberursel@helendoron.de.  The cost is €5 per child.

Helen Doron Early English is located in the old station building at “Platz der Deutschen Einheit”.

St.Martin’s Lantern Procession with Helen Doron Early English

Helen Doron Early English’s Mini-Kindergarten is holding a lantern procession for children between the ages of 18 months and 4 years on Thursday, 8th November at 5pm.

The meeting point is at the upper end of the green strip in the Adenauerallee, in front of house number 21.

They will be accompanied by St.Martin on his pony for a short walk to a bonfire where they will sing sings in both English and German.  Warm drinks will be available as will typical St.Martin’s “Weckmänner” – a sort of gingerbread man made out of dough.

Guests are welcome, although a donation is requested from anyone who does not attend the kindergarten.

The Gruffalo at Helen Doron Early English

The Gruffalo being performed at Helen Doron Early English in Oberursel's StationOn Sunday, 30th September, 2012 the  Helen Doron Early English Learning Centre at the station in Oberursel will be “visited” by the famous Gruffalo.

Children aged 6-10 are invited to a “Bilderbuch Kino” between 2.30pm and 4.30pm, whilst for children aged 3-5 there will be an interactive storytime from 4.30pm to 5.30pm.

At the beginning of the story one of the teachers will revise the most important vocabulary, so that German speaking children with some English knowledge can also follow the story.

To go along, register by calling 06171 699986 or e-mailing office.oberursel@helendoron.de by Wednesday, 26th September.  Entry costs €5 per child to cover the cost of craft materials, a snack and a drink.

An evening for working mothers

Helen Doron Early English are offering an evening for working mothers in Oberursel station on Thursday, 30th August, 2012 at 7.30pm.

Aimed at “stressed mothers interested in English”, the evening promises sparkling wine in the tower, snacks and a surprise.

For more information and to sign-up for the evening call 06171 699986 by 24th August.

 

I love you, blue kangaroo!


Helen Doron Early English are offering an interactive story hour on Saturday, 25th August, 2012 at 3pm.

The story is “I love you, blue kangaroo!” and the afternoon is aimed at children between 4 and 7 years old.   The children will be introduced to the main vocabulary in the story and will be singing, dancing and making things associated with it.

To take part you need to register your child by Thursday, 23th August by calling 06171 699986.  There will be a charge of €3 per child which includes a drink and a snack.

 

Bahnhofsfest: Sing and Dance with Helen Doron Early English

Gabi Krappe singing and dancing with the children from Helen Doron Early English during the Bahnhofsfest

Gabi Krappe singing and dancing with the children from Helen Doron Early English during the Bahnhofsfest on Saturday, 26th May, 2012

Gabi Krappe singing and dancing with the children from Helen Doron Early English during the Bahnhofsfest

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