Sept 2016: Our Swiss Neighborhood

Lots of new features about getting to know and enjoying your own Swiss neighborhood.


Becoming Swiss: a Fun Ride! by Aradhna Sethi

Lauterbrunnen – The Perfect Weekend Getaway by Kate Prinsloo

Living a Local Life by Roz Bonomally

The Wonderful World of Knöpfli and Spätzli by Franziska Wick

When Gardens Are like Gingko Trees by Karin Mohler


Baby Baby My Battle with Morning Sickness Ends as War with the Sugar Monster Begins
Crafty Kids |  My Neighborhood Photo Safari Map

Education Matters |  The Schools in Your Neighborhood
Expat Corner | What Does “Neighbourhood” Mean to an Expat?
Family Health |  Three Health Problems You Don’t Want to Ask Your Friends About
Fathering | Taking Care of Business – Locally
In the Kitchen |  Spinach Tart, a.k.a. Spinatwähe
La Leche League |  Breastfeeding Ideas Trends Old and New
Out & About |  Exploring Ancient Cultures along Alpine Lakes

Don’t forget to check out What’s On for September 2016.

Illustration by Laura Munteanu

September 2016 Issue Contributors

Column and Feature Editors: Tanya Deans, Dina El-Halaby,  Liz Le Feuvre, Carol McDonald, Karin Mohler, Michelle Seaton Witte, Andrea Snashall

Webmaster / Layout Designer: Tanya Deans

Chief Copyeditor: Carol McDonald

Writers: Rachel Blate, Roz Bonomally, Tammy Furey, Dina El Halaby,  Laura Hollis, Dr Jahura Hossain,  Joanna Koch, Karin Mohler, Teresa Mueller, Kate Prinsloo, Aradhna Sethi, Monica Shah, Stacey Streuli, Franziska Wick, Brian Wilson

Illustration Coordinator: Laura Munteanu

Illustrators: BVisual (Beth), Masha Ellis, Lara Friedrich, Samuel Hollis (photo), Kiki Kaisserian,  Teresa Müller (photos), Laura Munteanu, Albina Nogueira, Kate Prinsloo (photos), Lemady Rochard,  Stacey Streuli (photos)

Proofreader: Andrea Snashall

Website / Facebook / Twitter / Instagram / Pinterest Moderators: Andrea Snashall, Kate Prinsloo

Advertising Coordinator: Clare Ferrari

Finance: Iliana Eichholzer

Communications: Andrea Snashall, Clare Ferrari

Logo: Suzanne Evans-Ackermann

Web Designer: Maximilian Wulf

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