Comprehensive guide to Berlin Germany with information on Social Clubs.

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Berlin Dining Club
The Berlin Dining Club is a relaxed and friendly group for native English speakers in Berlin. It doesn't matter if you're new to the city or have been here 10 years, if you enjoy meeting up with other English speakers and enjoy exploring some of the best (but not necessarily most expensive) restaurants in Berlin, then this is the club for you. The club is open to Americans, Brits, Irish, Aussies, New Zealanders, South Africans, and others. It's also open to all ages although most of the members are of the younger generation (about 20 to 35). The dinner evenings are organised roughly once or twice a month and the general aim of each is to simply zip the night away with some good food and good company. To find out more visit the website:

Berlin International Women's Club (BIWV)
Wolfensteindamm 9, 12165 Berlin - Steglitz | Tel: 84 49 06 50, Fax: 84 49 06 51 | U9 Rathaus Steglitz |
The Berlin International Women's Club e.V. (BIWC), is non-profit, apolitical and uses English as the club language. It acts as a forum for women of all ages and backgrounds. One of the club's strongest services is helping women and their families adapt to life in Berlin and Germany. BIWC organises a variety of activities including: monthly meetings, special interest groups such as business women, exploring Berlin, fitness programs and international dining, neighborhood groups, and annual events (spring cocktail party, family summer picnic, festive end-of-year dinner. Current annual membership fee is 140; prospective members may attend up to two events and receive one sample newsletter before applying for membership. No one nationality may exceed 20% of membership; thus, waiting lists may exist.

American Women's Club
Tel: 79 70 65 23, Fax: 79 74 18 65 |
Founded in 1994, the AWC Berlin is open to US citizens and wives and widows of US citizens. They hold meetings at member's homes and organize events including bingo, picnics, and festive dinners. The club publishes a monthly bulletin and a handy guide to Berlin, called 'Berlin in Your Pocket'.

The English Speakers Social Club
Tel: 44 04 32 18, Fax: no fax |
Connect is a social club for native and non-native English speakers. They run a variety of activities, from bowling nights to parties to trips out of town - check out their website for the current social calendar. Whether you're looking to improve your English, revitalise your mother tongue, or just meet some like-minded people in a social situation, Connect will be happy to welcome you at any of their events.

Friends of Canada
Tel: 782 52 42, Fax: no fax | Contact: Sherry Daniel-Wiechern
Informal group of expat Canadians who meet once or twice per month for a variety of activities. They are happy to help newly arrived Canadians to integrate and orientate themselves in Berlin.

Embassy Singers
Wilhelmstr. 70|71, 10115 Berlin - Mitte | Tel: 40 91 32 67, Fax: 40 91 32 67 | S-Bahn Unter den Linden |
Perform a wide range of the secular and sacred English repertoire from madrigals, partsongs and lighter music to motets, anthems and Christmas carols. The members are international, predominantly from English-speaking countries, but any people of all nationalities who enjoy singing in English are welcome. Rehearsals are Wednesday evenings in the British Embassy from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. For further details, contact Andrew Sims .

Translators Stammtisch
Große Hamburger Str. 37, 10115 Berlin - Mitte | S-Bahn Hackescher Markt |
Meeting for English native speaker translators, which takes place on the first Monday of the month from 6.00 p.m. onwards at the Sophieneck, address above. For more information contact David Ward , head translator at the British Embassy, or Andrew Sims , interpreter at the Economics Ministry.

Berlin Historical Association e.V.
Wolfensteindamm 9, 12165 Berlin | Tel: 844 90 60 , Fax: 84 49 06 20 |
Berlin's only English speaking historical association has the goal of furthering the interest of its international membership in the history of our city. The association was founded in 1995 as successor to the former American Historical Association of Berlin (AHAB). BHA holds regular monthly meetings on historical themes with guest speakers and follow-up discussions. In addition, BHA organizes guided tours to historical sites in and around Berlin. BHA is actively seeking new members to share in the historical exploration of Berlin.

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