The world has discovered Ägeri. More and more people around the globe have found a new "home" here in the Ägeri valley. People from Australia, Great Britain, Germany, Benelux, Russia, Spain, Iceland ... are living together peacefully and enjoying the beautiful landscape of the Ägeri valley. For various reasons, whole families have left their homeland to settle down here to work, to make new friends, and to maybe find a new home.The infrastructure of the local communities is perfect, the shopping and leisure facilities are extensive, and the Swiss school system also offers new arrivals good conditions to acquire the language and to integrate.Despite mixing of peoples, the local communities continue to celebrate their own traditions. While many new arrivals take part in these events, others may not be aware of what is going on.December 2013 in particular has lots to offer. Birgit Ehmes has been leading the company "coaching & more" since last summer, and is offering a special program from November 27 until December 8.Under the slogan "The World meets Ägeri" she, together with various businesses from the Ägeri valley, is offering an Advent decoration exhibition, as well as a rich program for all residents, regardless of age, language or culture.The Lake House (Haus am See) will be the meeting place where different cultures can meet, discuss, and celebrate together. It also provides a great opportunity for communication and integration for all non-German speakers from the Ägeri valley. All events will be held in German and English. What could be better than meeting and learning at the Lake House?
The biggest covered Christmas market of French-speaking Switzerland in the great wooden hall at the railway station of Morges. The Christmas Market is the opportunity to discover the work and the creativity of 160 exhibitors and to have a bite to eat in a friendly atmosphere.
Every year, the Christmas Collector's Fair is held in the halls of the Messe Zurich trade fair. Perhaps the perfect Christmas gift is waiting there, among the antiques, collector's items and flea market stands?