Kaiserslautern

Wondering what to do this weekend? Check out these awesome events happening near you!
RAMSTEIN AIR BASE – The Army & Air Force Exchange Service is helping Airmen and families stay ready and resilient with the opening of a new healthy restaurant at Ramstein Air Base.
To many locals, European rail travel is one of the most romantic ways to explore. It's not only an easy way to travel but a train winding through the German countryside gives breathtaking views. You're taking a road trip without having to take turns driving, make pit stops and argue over music.
Veterinary Medical Center Europe, located on Pulaski Barracks, has expanded their services and is offering appointments on the first Saturday of each month for routine wellness, vaccination, and health certificate exams for DoD ID card holders, and their beneficiaries, in the Kaiserslautern Milit
Welcome, spring! Oh, how I’ve missed you and the radiant sunshine you bring. I’m officially in the mood to start the 2019 festival season. The options are overwhelming. Let’s use this opportunity to discover a festival in the city of Aachen. 
A fest-tastic day 
You may notice that cops and their mobile speed cameras aren’t as prevalent during certain times of the year. Well, it’s that time again. The ‘blitzmarathon’ is back to catch speeders.
Calling all foodies! Fritz Walter Stadium, the stadium home to the FCK Kaiserslautern soccer team, turns into a foodie’s haven peppered with much-welcomed food trucks.
Once you arrive in Germany, it’s easy to be swept up in planning your travel adventures. Glamorous cities such as Berlin and Munich often beckon. However, sometimes the real gems are hidden right in front of you, within a day-trip distance.
KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany — Taking care of inbound Soldiers, civilian employees and their families throughout their relocation process can expedite their move and make a favorable impression when they travel to Germany. That's why U.S.
KAISERSLAUTERN, Germany – Now through April 19, military spouses can apply for the opportunity to earn a free financial counselor accreditation to help them find employment at any military installation or in the civilian sector.
Looking for ways to celebrate yourself or the women in your life today? Here are just a few ways to do so in Germany:
Random acts of kindness
On April 13-14, kids who are football fanatics (especially Pittsburg Steelers fans), can rejoice as offensive tackle Alejandro Villanueva comes to Kaiserslautern High School to host a football camp.
Rose Monday Parade
March 4, Mainz 
Starting at 11:11 a.m., a 4-mile-long carnival parade made up of 9,500 participants and 165 floats will pass through a crowd of spirited revelers.
Last year was our first holiday season in Germany. My mother-in-law told me in earnest about the amazing Christmas markets that seemed to magically pop up mid- to late-November. When we spent Thanksgiving in Berlin, we found markets at almost every U-Bahn stop, church and Platz.
There is no need to travel far to experience magical Christmas markets. We have highlighted several near U.S. military installations you’re sure to enjoy. 
In Baden-Württemburg
With leaves rapidly changing to vibrant colors and chilly brisk mornings, autumn has arrived in Germany. What better way to celebrate the changing of seasons than with a festival! Held twice a year, the Lauterer Kerwe in downtown Kaiserslautern opens Oct. 19 and will run through Oct. 29.