"Unkel Bräsig" Mihr as'n Unikum, a Minsch with hard!

3/7/24 in Schwerin-Medewege

© Förderverein der Kirche zu Kirch Stück

The next dates:

  • Thursday, Mar 7, 202419:30 - 21:30 clock
Church Event, Literature, Tradition & Folklore

a Low German reading with Christian Voß, Rostock



The Förderverein der Kirche zu Kirch Stück e.V. is continuing its 2024 series of events with a Low German reading with retired pastor Christian Voß from Rostock . On Thursday, March 7 at 7.30 pm in the


Landhaus Schwerin", Schwerin-Medewege, An der Chaussee 28, Unkel Bräsig,





to Fritz Reuter 's novel "Ut mine Stromtid"


Episodes from the life of country inspector Zacharias Bräsig, who lives on the fictitious Warnitz estate in Mecklenburg in the middle of the 19th century, will be told. A time characterized by gradual progress, such as the railroad, the industrial revolution, emigration to America and, above all, the political upheavals of the time, which did not even stop at rural Mecklenburg.

On March 7, we are expecting Christian Voß, a proven reader of Low German, who has already made several appearances here.

Admission is free! We are collecting donations for our current project, the installation of a bookshelf in the parish room of the church for a gift and lending library of Low German literature. We are also happy to accept any Low German books you no longer need for this library.

This event is sponsored by the Carl Toepfer Foundation Hamburg.


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Good to know

Event dates
  • Thursday, Mar 7, 2024 19:30 - 21:30 clock
Event Location

An der Chaussee 29
19055 Schwerin-Medewege

Contact the organiser

Association for the Promotion of the Church of Kirch Stück e.V.

Ahornweg 19
19069 Seehof



in the region Mecklenburg-Schwerin

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