Google Map

posted Mar 14, 2009, 1:21 PM by Anick-Marie Bouchard   [ updated Oct 19, 2009, 5:17 AM by Manuel Lombardi ]



Gathered flyers..

posted Mar 14, 2009, 9:53 AM by Anick-Marie Bouchard   [ updated Mar 15, 2009, 5:40 PM by ]

In Prenzlauer Berg

TIC - General cultural Agenda

Museumsverbund Pankov
 - Energie aux Wilhelmsruh - Geschichte eines Berliner Industriestandortes (30/01/2009-31/05/09)

Miteinander-Füreinander Selbsthilfebegegnungsstätten - Senior organisation, seem interesting! Have an exhibition about constructing an apartment building in the early 1900's (info available there in English).

   Each Wednesday - Pater noster Impro-theater
 Kesselhaus - Concert venue

Prater Biergarten

Lichtblick Kino - Some movies in English with German Subtitles


Kreuzberg Museum - Some free parts, some paying
Museum im Wasserwerk 2,50 €/Person
Haus der Kulturend der Welt - English Programme - Some free events, some paying..

Tours and special activities
Spaziergänge im Berlin € - Seem to be experts in all kinds of tours in Berlin, literally tons of them!
20 Jahre Mauerfall 2009
Berlin on Bike

Fördergemeinschaft Ökologischer Landbau Berlin-Brandenburg  - Published a little guide to bio food in Berlin (which is in the guest room with the maps) . I think Abokiste means direct from the producer, which could be interesting in terms of REAL local organic food supply, by opposition to organic NZ or SA fruits and veggies.

Unclassified due to my poor German skills:

Volksbühne Berlin
Intro - A pop culture/Music magazine

Preparation for 2009-03-14

posted Mar 9, 2009, 11:29 PM by Anick-Marie Bouchard   [ updated Mar 9, 2009, 11:31 PM by ]

- Review self-assessment and corrections from my activity report, and find what needs to be discussed within the group (anick) This is still on my to do list on these crazy weeks...
- Organise a chat/skype about the activity with interested people (anick) No time, no timing!
- Prepare a meeting page on CS (anyone) Done
- Collect a list of projects we'd like to build links to, and contact details for them. The list of social/political projects at would be a good place to start. (anyone)
- Prepare an introduction to the project in Deutsch so that it's ready to introduce ourselves in individual emails to each of these groups - telling them about us, asking for their help, inviting them to meet us, etc. Part of the follow-up activities (any good German speaker)

These two last points are interesting indeed, but not focussed on the local area. It might be worth giving ourselves a really "local" time

Posted in the group about it

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