Hello, and a very warm welcome to the WRX Property Group website and blog. You may or may not know that Kitchener is a city steeped in German tradition and culture. Of course, a wide spectrum of people live and work in the city, but its early days – back when it was called Berlin – saw many German-speaking, Mennonite settlers from Pennsylvania coming to call the area home (and over the decades, many people arrived from Germany, Switzerland, and elsewhere, too). You can read all about Kitchener’s history (and their present) in the WRX feature on the city here. Over the past week, we’ve been looking at each of Kitchener-Waterloo’s five German cultural clubs: Schwaben Club, Concordia Club, Alpine Club, Transylvania Club, and Hubertushaus, the subject of today’s article. These clubs are fixtures of the community, and it’s good to be aware of where they are, and what they’re like, if you’re interested in Kitchener-Waterloo’s Oktoberfest (because these clubs serve as the heart of the famous festivities).