2020 marked the 10 year anniversary of the creation of Rare Dirndl and as its founder, I, Erika Neumayer Ehrat was really proud, to hit that milestone. But, I might be even more proud to say that we’re still here after 2020! Since the start of Rare Dirndl in 2010, a lot has changed while much has also stayed the same.
If you are a parent of small children, then you probably have had one of these songs stuck in your head for hours… if not days (ask me how I know zis)
- Sesame Street: “The Letter of the Day”
- Intro song to Paw Patrol
- Bubble Guppies: “It’s time for lunch”
- Mickey Mouse Clubhouse: “Hot Dog Song”
This post isn’t going to necessarily rid your mind of these unfortunately catchy tunes, but at least it’ll bring in a little more variety.
Being a Dirndl designer, it is part of my job to make sure you are ready for any trip to Oktoberfest in Munich you may take, so here is my complete step-by-step guide to wearing a Dirndl at Oktoberfest.
Did you know that Germany has set a goal to become greenhouse gas neutral by 2045? They passed their first climate law in 2019 and amended it in 2021. Their initial plan is to cut emissions by around 65% by 2030 and 88% by 2040.
Germany is one of only a few countries that have publicly stated and set national laws on their goal of climate neutrality by or below 2050.
It's been a long and stressful year, but things seem to finally be getting back to normal. After zillions of online meetings, e-parties, virtual events, and increasing vaccination rates, everyone is super excited to finally get together in person again. I am delighted that some of our favorite summer events are resuming this year!
Our team has put together a list of upcoming German festivals, part of them are already happening this upcoming weekend so be sure not to miss it! So, here is the list of 21 German Festivals happening around the US this summer… the perfect place to wear your dirndl!