About the German-American Social Club

History and Mission

The German American Social Club of Greater Miami was founded in 1949.

The mission of the German American Social Club of Greater Miami is to celebrate our heritage by sharing with the community our German history, culture, and traditions.

We also aim to improve our community by
working with local charitable organizations and
offering scholarships to students wishing to continue their German studies.

Edelweiß Schuhplattler:   For more information on the children's dance group or to sign your child up to dance, contact Christine Giniger, at 305-254-8932.  They practice on Friday evenings.


Our Facilities

Our Clubhouse is located on 5 acres of land on Miller Drive in Southwest Miami's horse country.

We have a large multi-use hall with a stage and dance floor where we hold events. Our big 206" screen is used to televise sporting events and for movie nights. We have a full kitchen and bar, as well as an outdoor grill.

Out back, we have a full soccer pitch which is used on Saturdays and on Sunday mornings.

Our biggest event every year is Oktoberfest on the third and fourth weekends of October. It is the largest German cultural event in South East Florida and the oldest Oktoberfest in Florida.

January Activities

24 @ 7:00 Burns Night, celebrating the work of legendary Scottish poet Robert Burns

27 @ 8/ am Club day of work

Wednesday Social Night

Social hour from 6:30pm

Dinner, only $11, served 7-8 pm

January  Menu

3 Lomo Saltado 

10 Schnitzel, potatoes and veggies

17 Stuffed cabbage

24 BURNS NIGHT:

Meat and vegetable haggis

31 Stuffed tilapia

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© 2015 German-American Social Club of Greater Miami, Inc,

11919 SW 56th St, Miami, FL 33175
Tel: (305) 552-5123; email: gasocialclub@gmail.com