slowUp is an active and sporty day (car-free on a certain distance)44 kilometers round course through the communities Sennwald, Gams, Grabs, Buchs, Sevelen, Plattis (Wartau), Vaduz, Schaan, Eschen, Gamprin and Ruggell.
Always on the 1st Sunday of the month from May to October at the Forellensee Zweisimmen theme-based Motos meet will happen. Clubs, motorcycle manufacturers, dealers show up with their treasures and novelties. Magnificent scenery and uncongested Pass trips over Brünig, Schalenberg, Jaun, Col des Mosses, Col du Pillon, Col de la Croix and many more invite to stop at the beautiful Forellensee Zweisimmen. • Sunday, 1th ofmay 2016: Presidents Reunion• Sunday, 12th ofjune 2016: Harley-Indian-Reunion• Sunday, 3th ofjuly 2016: Egli-Racing Reunion• Sunday, 7th of august 2016: Britam-Bike Reunion• Sunday, 4th of september 2016: Royal Endfield Reunion• Sunday, 2th ofoctober 2016: All-Season ReunionFine seafood, best burgers, desserts & drinks are prepared.Alpine brunch with fresh Oberlander specialties for groups of 10 from 11.00 am. - 2.00 pm. - only on reservation.
Are you curious about the origin of the Swiss Milk? Take advantage of the barn visit and and watch as the cows are milked, fed and looked after. Get a real impression of farmers workaday life and get your questions answered. Home made cheese can be bought after the tour. Reservation can be made at the Tourist Information Ringgenberg until latest 16:00 (on the day of the event).
This epochal but hitherto unpublished book project is finally being realized to mark the 100th anniversary of Dada's foundation. After years of investigation, works that have since been dispersed around the globe have been assembled once again for an exhibition that is a milestone in recent Dada research. The presentation comprises self-portraits, photomontages and collages, drawings, book page designs, poems and essays, as well as manuscripts, printed matter and revealing historical documents. "Dadaglobe" is an impressive survey of the artistic diversity, socio-political relevance and art-historical impact of Dada. With contributions by Hans Arp, André Breton, Max Ernst, Hannah Höch, Sophie Taeuber-Arp and some 30 other artists.The exhibition will be shown at the Museum of Modern Art, New York, from June 2016.