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July in Stuttgart in times of Corona

July in Stuttgart Corona

These are strange times. On the one hand I get the impression the pandemic is not happening anymore. Especially when I see crowds of people roaming the streets and shops. On the other hand I fear the next lockdown… I have to admit I was debating with myself about this post. I know that some sort of events are allowed again. But I personally avoid going to events at the moment to help prevent the spread of the virus. So should I point out events here on the blog?? In the end I decided to point out only events that I would attend which means either online events or events that take place outdoors/in your own car/in a very limited setting indoors. So here comes another very short and personal overview over what’s going on this July in Stuttgart in times of Corona.


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  • A few weeks ago designers from Stuttgart have created posters to cheer us up in these difficult times. You might have spottet some of them on public spaces. Until July 15 you can visit the Public Poster Gallery in a special exhibition at Stadtpalais Stuttgart for free.
  • Every Wednesday the lovely bookshop Sweet Things and Stories organizes an online book auction!
  • Kulturwasen is still going on and some fun movies await us in their original version: Ask Tesadüfleri Sever 2 (Turkish) on July 5, Mad Max: Fury Road (English) on July 6, La La Land (English) on July 7 and Blues Brothers (English) on July 22.
  • Kraftpaule will organize another online beer tasting on July 3! The event will be held in German but the beer tastes the same whatever language you speak 🙂
  • The international La Leche Liga Bad-Cannstatt will meet on July 4 – either virtually or at Haus der Familie, depending on how many people want to attend and what other events will take place on that day. If you want to attend you can follow their Facebook page for more information.
  • On July 6 you can follow the lecture Making Democracy work again, organized by DAZ, in a free online zoom session.
  • Do you want to meet other moms in Stuttgart? Then join the next virtual mom talk organized by Gravidamiga on July 8.
  • The  17th Indian Film Festival  will be held in an online version. For 4,99 Euro you can purchase a festival pass and enjoy all the movies from your couch between July 15 and 19. Tickets can be purchases online.
  • On July 16 you can join the DAZ reading group and talk about the book “Florida” by Lauren Groff in a free zoom session.
  • A fun live mystery game awaits us on July 25: You can play Witchcraft and Wizardry in downtown Stuttgart starting at 9 am. The whole event will take place outdoor.
  • Feeling like Mexican cuisine? Then learn how to cook like a Mexican – on July 25 in an online course from vhs Stuttgart!
  • The Christopher Street Day Stuttgart will take place virtually and live this year between July 10 and 26. You can follow the events online here. For an overview over all events please check the official website of CSD Stuttgart.

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Hello and welcome to "living in Stuttgart". I am Mel and I love this beautiful city. There are so many things to explore, I can't wait sharing them with you. So come along and let me show you Stuttgart the way I see it.

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