Vacation program during the carnival vacations in Tübingen

During the carnival vacations from February 28 to March 4, the Pixelwerkstatt and the German-American Institute (d.a.i) offer a vacation program for children and teenagers. The d.a.i offers English courses from 5th grade up to Abitur preparation or exam preparation for Realschule level. For holders of the KreisBonusCard Junior, the courses cost 5 euros each. The Pixelwerkstatt offers courses on animated films, robots, textile plotting or photo editing. For holders of the KreisBonusCard Junior, the courses cost between 1 and 2 euros. For more information on the courses and to register, visit: tun22022401 Platanenallee in Tübingen. Foto: tünews INTERNATIONAL/Mostafa… Read More

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Series of Events Jewish Life in the Arab-Islamic World

From Saturday, February 26th to Monday, February 28th, there will be various events in Tübingen on the topic of Jewish life in the Arab-Islamic world. On all dates, admission is free; the organizers ask for donations. On Saturday at 8:30 p.m., a discussion and concert on Jewish-Muslim coexistence in North Africa and the Middle East will take place at Café Haag in Tübingen. On Sunday at 19:30 and Monday at 18:30 there will be two Arabic film screenings of a feature film and a documentary film at the Arsenal cinema in Tübingen with German or English subtitles. The feature film… Read More

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Branches of the public library closed

A fire alarm system is being installed in the Derendingen branch of the Tübingen Public Library. Therefore, the library will be closed from February 26th to March 21nd. During this time, the library will also be unavailable by telephone. Loan periods that expire during this time will be automatically extended to March 22nd. If necessary, media can be borrowed and returned at the main branch of the public library. In addition, the Waldhäuser-Ost branch will be closed during the Carnival vacations from February 28 to March 4. Further information: tun22020104 Die Zweigstelle der Stadtbücherei Tübingen im Stadtteil Derendingen. Foto:… Read More

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First Orientation Course at the Adult Education Center Tübingen

The Volkshochschule Tübingen offers a “First Orientation Course – Welcome to Tübingen!” in March on one morning and one afternoon date. The free course is aimed at refugees aged 18 and older who are still in the asylum process and do not come from a safe country of origin. Those who have only been in Germany for a short time will find help in this course to orient themselves in everyday life and can gain a basic knowledge of the German language. Topics of the course include health and medical care, orientation and local characteristics, German culture and values, as… Read More

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Apply for a spot in the day care center

Everyone who wishes to enroll their children in a day care center or nursery school in Tübingen must do so until the end of February 2021. The day care center years starts in September. The date until which parents have to accept the spot is provided in the acceptance letter. Detailed information about child day care in Tübingen ( and the application procedures (www.tü are available on the internet. There, it is also possible to apply for a public or private childcare spot online or to download the application forms as paper. The Zentrale Anmeldestelle Kinderbetreuung (Central Application Office for… Read More

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Career information online

Students from all types of schools can learn about training and study opportunities free of cost at the Career Information Day. Career Information Day (BIT) will take place online from 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22nd. Those interested can register at The event is organised by the Tübingen District Office. Around 45 companies from the trades, commerce, industry, services and public authorities will be presenting their offerings. They offer apprenticeships or dual courses of study in which practical paid work is combined with study. Students, teachers and parents can download digital information and meet employees of… Read More

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Nightly curfew for non-vaccinated people

In the district of Tübingen, non-vaccinated people must stay at home at night starting Sunday, January 16th. The reason: More and more people are getting infected with the Corona virus. The limit of 500 new infections per 100,000 inhabitants within one week has been exceeded (seven-day incidence). This is reported by the district office of Tübingen. Therefore, there are restrictions for non-vaccinated and non-immunized people. They are not allowed to leave their homes between 9 p.m. and 5 a.m. unless they have an important reason – for example, work, a doctor’s appointment or sports alone outdoors. The nighttime curfew does… Read More

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Starting January 10th, more tests in schools

During the Christmas vacations, more students may have contracted the highly contagious Omicron virus – on vacation or at family gatherings. That’s why there will be more Corona tests in Baden-Württemberg after schools reopen on January 10th. Students are to take a quick test every day during the first week of school, starting Monday. This is stated in a letter from the Ministry of Education. Exceptions will be made for all students and teachers who have already received a booster vaccination. They do not have to get tested. Also, people who have recovered and have been vaccinated at least once… Read More

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No fireworks in the city center of Tübingen

A strict ban on fireworks is in force in Tübingen’s historic center at the turn of the year. This is to protect the historic city center. This was announced by the city of Tübingen on its website. The ban also applies in Calwerstraße in the area of the clinics. On December 31st and January 1st, the ban covers the areas of Belthlestraße, Schlossbergstaffel, Haeringstaffel, Schänzle, Alleenbrücke and Derendinger Allee in the west, Kelternstraße and Am Stadtgraben in the north, Wilhelmstraße, Am Lustnauer Tor, Mühlstraße, Eberhardsbrücke and Karlstraße in the east and Uhlandstraße in the south. It is also forbidden to… Read More

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No alcohol on New Year’s Eve in the city center of Tübingen

No alcohol may be consumed outdoors in the city center of Tübingen at the turn of the year. This regulation applies from 6 a.m. on Friday, December 31st, until 6 a.m. on Saturday, January 1st. This is announced by the city. This is to prevent the Corona virus from spreading further. Restaurants are not allowed to sell alcohol in to-go cups. In addition, no alcoholic beverages brought to the marketplace and Holzmarkt may be consumed during this time. Alcohol may only be consumed inside restaurants and in their outdoor areas. Refer to tun21122802 Viele Internetbetrüger versenden Phishing-Links via SMS… Read More

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