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  1. Every Thursday except of holidays (also except of school holidays) in the family centrum "Fameri", located above the kindergarten on the other side of the Helsinkistr from the Aldi shop in Riem Arcaden there is an open evening with home cooked food. From ~4pm until ~6:30pm, Helsinkistr. 10.   One can buy cafe, tee, cacao and the main course dish with salad costs only 3.5€. There are pancakes with Nutella for children as well for 0,5€   The center has one big dinning room, one play room full of toys and one other entertainment room.   On 28.11.2019 from 15:00 there is additionally a calendar constructing program. On 05.11.2019 there is Santa conning to Fameri and registered children will get presents.   I am writing it here, because the food is delicious, there is no entrance fee, but usually it's quite empty here.
  2. I would like to learn more places where parents can spend time with children, when weather outside is bad. It is especially of importance during current time of the year. Best if they were in the east side. Currently my list of not long: - Fameri family center has open day on Thursday evenings: - swimming pools - Cafe Glückskind near Max-Weber-Platz was an option for up to 2 year old - McDonald's in Paradorf, east of Munich has cook playing room
  3. Dear Members,   Is it possible for a Father to take 3 years Parental Leave  right from the Baby Birthday? Any chances of rejection from Employer and possible way forward? Secondly For Elterngeld Calculation : Does the calculation counts the average Salary of Past 12 Months from the Birthday or the Past 12 Months from Starting the Elternzeit?  For Example: Elterngeld when Elternzeit started directly from the Birthday.                       Elterngeld in case of Starting Elternzeit from the 5th LM of the Birthday.   Thanks
  4. The Schwabing Family Center (ELKI) is proud to sponsor its 17th semi-annual 'Markt für schöne Dinge' from 11am to 5pm this Saturday, November 25th. Located in the pedestrian passage next to HypoVereinsbank on Kurfürstenplatz, this one day event features local Munich artisans. Tables from 20+ your talented neighbors offer up jewelry, textiles, accessories, signed novels (!) and even handmade lotion or preserves. This market supports local startups, cuts your carbon footprint and is by far the least expensive option to sit down and enjoy coffee and cake in Schwabing! :-) Please stop by and support our family center which continues to be plagued by a court case regarding 'Kinderlärm'. If you can't make it and are having those seasonal 'where can I donate' feelings -- have a look at our sponsor page. We look forward to welcoming you to the center and wish to thank all those who have supported us thus far.  Happy Holidays one and all!
  5. Hello there,  We moved to a town close to Oldenburg from South Africa quite recently and are looking for other families who are also English speaking.  We have a 3 year old son and a 9 months old baby boy.  Looking forward to hearing from you! 
  6. Munich outskirts for family

    Hi folks hope this is in the right spot   returning to Munich but this time with kids (8&11) and will be there for a week in July (2020) wondering where people would suggest we base ourselves that is  easy to get into Munich proper for day trips has at least one good local beergarden activities like a lake or walks or cycling    thanks heaps