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What is going on this weekend? Here is our curated list of your best bets this weekend around Wiesbaden.

Friday, Feb. 23

Wiesbaden: English Comedy: Jack Holmes - Light in the Dark: Laugh out loud at this comedy event.

Wiesbaden: Culture Days: Ukraine: Until Feb. 27, celebrate and enjoy Ukrainian culture through music, theater, film and literature.

Saturday, Feb. 24

Frankfurt: English Comedy: Matt Davis & Jack Holmes: Laugh out loud at this comedy event.

Frankfurt: Momi Maiga: 30th Africa Alive Film and Culture Festival: Spend the day at this film and culture festival.

Frankfurt: Customer’s Flea Market: Bring your gently used games to sell and try and find your next favorite game.

Lindenfels: Children’s Flea Market: Find your child’s next treasure at this market.

Dreieich: Manga Drawing Workshop: 35 euros gets you materials and instructions at this workshop for those 10+.

Idstein: Small Whiskey Tasting: Monsters of Smoke: 25 euros gets you two hours of tasting three whiskeys, water and bread.

Idstein: Children’s Bazaar: Shop baby and children’s items from 2:30 p.m. to 4 p.m. Pregnant women can begin shopping at 2 p.m.

Sunday, Feb. 25

Frankfurt: The Night of the Musicals: Enjoy songs from musicals such as “Cats,” “Frozen,” “Wicked,” “Grease” and more.

Frankfurt: Eintracht Frankfurt vs. Wolfsburg: Cheer on your favorite team at this soccer game.

Frankfurt: Nintendo Connect: Those 18+ can meet up with other video gamers and play some Nintendo.

Frankfurt an der Oder: Large Game and Sports Fest: Spend the day playing games and sports with the family.

Wiesbaden: Benefit Concert: “Children for Children”: Enjoy this concert for children by children that benefits Bärenherz Children’s Hospice in Wiesbaden.

Wiesbaden: Rhine River Rhinos vs ING Skywheelers: Cheer on your favorite team at this wheelchair basketball game.

For On-Installation MWR and USO Events Check Out:

Wiesbaden MWR

Wiesbaden USO

*Know before you go: Always check event websites before traveling to verify information, cost and regulations. Lectures and workshops on the economy are likely to be in German but may offer English alternatives. Events on military bases require base access. 

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Tamala Malerk is a writer and editor with Stars and Stripes Europe. She has been with SSE since April 2022 writing articles all about travel, lifestyle, community news, military life and more. In May 2022, she earned her Ph.D. in History and promises it is much more relevant to this job than one might think.

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