Foto: C. Reichert

Enjoy a wonderful spring weekend!

Knights’ Tournament

The middle ages season has started! On the meadows next to the Klosterpark Altzella (monastery grounds Altzella), the knights pitch their camps and await an exciting tournament. There will also be a Medieval Market to create a very special atmosphere.
Beginning: Saturday/Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm. Admission: 9€/5€ (reduced). Location: Klosterpark Altzella, Zellaer Straße 10,01683 Nossen.
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For our Families

Take advantage of the good weather and check out the “Hüpfburgenland” (bouncy castle- country) at the Cockerwiese. The kids will definitely enjoy the opportunity to jump and play on the giant playfield. Opening hours: Saturday/Sunday: 11 am – 6 pm. Admission: 2€ (adults)/ 6€ (children). Location: Cockerwiese Dresden, TRAM: lines 1,2,4 stop “Deutsches Hygiene Museum”.
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Don’t miss the adventures of Gustave H, a legendary concierge at a famous European hotel between the wars, and Zero Moustafa, the lobby boy who becomes his most trusted friend. Check out the movie “Grand Budapest Hotel” in original (English) language. Beginning: Sunday, 8.45 pm. Location: Thalia Cinema, Görlitzer Straße 6; Tram line 13, stop Görlitzer Straße/Nordbad).
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Rock meets Classic 2014

International Stars (Alice Cooper, Ian Gillan from Deep Purple, Kim Wilde, …) will present Rock-hymns in a symphonic way. The concert-event takes place for the 5th time and isn’t tired to set new highlights. Beginning: Saturday, 8 pm. Admission: from 53€ up. Location: Messe Dresden, Messering 6, Tram: line 10.


The Kunsthaus Dresden presents currently the special exhibition of young photographers around their Mento Timm Rautert. The innovative works represent the young and fresh artists, studying at the Academy of Arts here in Dresden. Opening hours: Tuesday–Thursday: 2 pm – 7 pm/ Fiday – Sunday: 11 am – 7 pm. Admission: 4€/2,50€ (reduced)/ Friday: free!. Location: Kunsthaus Dresden, Rähnitzgasse 8, TRAM: lines 4, 9, 8 stop “Neustädter Markt”, lines 3 ,6 ,7 ,8 ,11 stop “Albertplatz”.

Easter in Saxony

In the atmospheric setting of the 400-year-old Jägerhof you can admire both Saxon folk art and one of the largest puppet theatre collections in the world. On Saturday, 11 am – 6 pm, the museum invites you to the traditional Easter-Exhibition. Admission: 3€/2€ (reduced). Location: Museum für Sächsische Volkskunst mit Puppentheatersammlung (Museum of Saxon Folk Art and Puppet Theatre Collection): Jägerhof, Köpckestraße 1, 01097 Dresden.
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Rugby Cricket Dresden

Are you interested in playing Cricket this weekend? Check out this page. Don´t forget to register and address it to one of the following persons: Sivaraman Subramanianm: sivaram_s_79@yahoo.co.in / Rahul Akkineni: rahul.akkineni@gmail.com / Vignaesh Sankaran: vignaesh_s@hotmail.com.

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