Tuesday, July 5th at 10:00
Meeting place: in front of Stuttgart Tourist offices (i-Punkt) across from the Hauptbahnhof
Host: Emily Born
Please join us for a fun and FREE tour of the Stuttgart city center (in English) with our good friend from Stuttgart Marketing, Petra Rentschler.
For those of you who have done Petra’s tours in the past, you know that each time she shares new places and hilarious stories with us. So even if you’ve been on her tour before, don’t hesitate to come again! This tour is wheelchair and stroller friendly.
New, current, and prospective members are all welcome to attend – this event will take the place of our monthly Welcome Coffee.
We will meet at Königsstrasse 1 at the i-Punkt meeting place outside of the Stuttgart Marketing office (opposite the Hauptbahnhof) at 10:00 and begin our tour promptly at 10:15 . If you get lost or are late, call Emily’s mobile phone at (0151) 2408 4485.
Please RSVP no later than Monday, July 4th using the form below or in the public Facebook event.
BaWü updated the state Corona regulations unexpectedly this afternoon.
Here are the changes to Alarmstufe 1 taking effect tomorrow, Wednesday the 9th of February:
👜 All restrictions on retail stores will be removed except the FFP2 mask requirement (no more testing or showing certificates).
📝 Most locations will no longer be required to collect personal data for contact tracing, although they are still recommending that folks use the Corona Warn app for passive tracking and alerts.
⚽️ 🎭 The number of spectators/audience members allowed at public sporting and cultural events will be increased to maximum 50% capacity (events remain 2G/2G+).
🧙♀️ Although Fasching parades are still forbidden in the Alarm levels, indoor Fasching celebrations appear to be allowed (without dancing) under the “public events” rules in the new summary.
The newest handy dandy chart can be found here.
Facebook currently requires a ticket link to be inserted into their events. If you have reached this page, it means no ticket is required for the event you are viewing.
There are costs associated with some of our open events:
Monthly dinner and Happy Hour – Attendees are responsible for any food or drinks ordered.
Welcome coffees – All drinks are on us!
Tours – Please read the event description carefully. Most of our tours are completely free, but when spaces are limited, you might be asked to send a deposit to hold your spot. That deposit will usually go to charity (we support a women’s shelter in Stuttgart).