Mother's Day is celebrated in Germany and many other countries on the 2nd Sunday in May. We take a look at the history of the day.
Category: Family & child
Autumn is here ... and with it the rain, the wind and maybe also some sunshine to satisfy the golden autumn. Autumn is associated with harvest thanksgiving, chestnuts, grape harvest - called 'autumn' in Baden - flying kites, broom management or, for short, brooms, ostriches, wreaths, wheels or hackles, and in recent years Halloween has become more and more common.
As every year, Irma was once again faced with the question of what should be served at Christmas? When the kids were little it was less of a problem. But now with three adult children, one should also consider their tastes and wishes. Although when she thought of the past few years, she could never please everyone.
We celebrate Christmas every year. In recent years, if there has been an increasing “consumer craze” in which the “wishes” (or demands?) Of the children have grown, we would like to go into the origin of “Christmas” today and the question - so good it is possible to answer why we celebrate Christmas in the first place.
On Sunday, May 13th, the Sulzbacher Salt & Herbal Market invites visitors to the historic salt fountain ensemble, Auf der Schmelz, for the fifth time. The popular spring format with the pre-summer flair works so well because over 5 retailers offer their mostly self-produced goods in a historical setting.