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We care about Community


Relocating and moving your family to a new country can be a daunting experience, and every day challenges can become overwhelming. The goal of Jody is to provide new families with access to a supportive community who have all been through the same experiences.  


​This is how Aegeri High Heels (AHH) community was created.  

We feel once a family is settled and supported they will then have the support to venture more into the local community by joining clubs, attending events and feeling connected.


When relocating to a new country we need to learn about our new home; and it is just as important to understand the culture & beliefs, as it is to learn where to find the grocery store.  


Ägeri High Heels was founded on 2012 and is a community of people who willingly share their knowledge, experience and friendships to those who need it, whether you have been in Ägeri for 5 minutes, or 5 years.  

Take a deep breath, trust in yourself  – we got you!


Jody has helped international families relocating into Ägeri Valley since 2012 through the Ägeri High Heels Community.  She has been provided a platform for relocating women and their families to connect with other families who are going through, or have been through, similar challenges. 


Ägeri High Heels uses a private Facebook group as a forum for conversation and support as well as a What's app chat.  New members can apply to join both. 

All the events, activities and programs are aimed at bringing women together and providing them with the opportunity to find their tribe, settle into their new community, and build life-long friendships along the way.


Ägeri High Heels

Activities and Programs


Our Channels for Communication

Ägeri - We Care

The What's app group is a new addition.  We have created it to meet the needs of those who are not using Facebook as way to still receive information on events and information on things happening in our area. To join Whats app email


Ägeri High Heels Network
The Facebook group is a private group where members can ask questions and receive support in a private place. Facebook allows a post to receive input from the member group and is stored for future resource. Common topics of discussion are where to find things when first relocating to what school to choose for your children. 

Here we share photos and information on events happening in the Aegeri Valley community.

Monthly Nights Outs in the Aegeri Valley

Our monthly meet ups take place on Thursday evenings from 19:30.  Everyone is welcome and we encourage you to bring a friend.  There are always new faces and a great opportunity to meet people.  Nights Out are advertised through our groups on Whats app and Facebook.


Summer is here, and what better way to kick it off than by dipping your toes in the cool waters of the Badi while enjoying the company of fellow outdoor enthusiasts?

Whether you're looking to relax, socialize, or simply bask in the beauty of nature, this event promises to be a highlight of the season.

Don't miss out on the opportunity to embrace the spirit of summer with us at Barefoot in the Badi!

Event Details:

  • Date: Thursday, June 6th

  • Time: 19:00 onwards

  • Location: Unteraegeri Badi

Join us for an evening of fun, laughter, and relaxation as we celebrate the start of summer together. See you there!

Ägeri Halloween Celebration 
Saturday, October 26th 2024

As a community we have been bringing Halloween/Trick or Treat to the children of Ägeri Valley since 2012. We bring elements of the traditional trick or treat and Halloween to the beautiful woods of Äegeri.  Children and parents look forward to taking part in this yearly tradition.

Volunteers are part in making this event successful.  Information about how to get involved is sent out in early September. Help us make the next Halloween UNFORGETTABLE. 

Conversation and Cultural
Exchange Course

The Conversation and Cultural Exchange Course (CCEC) has been designed to bring together new families relocating to Aegeri and local residents to CONNECT and SHARE TRADITIONS while PRACTICING a second language either German (Swiss) or English. 

A new course of 5 classes begins this October 2024.  The class size is limited to 24 people: 12 English speakers and 12 German (Swiss) speakers.  We ask that participants commit to attending at least 4 out of the 5 classes. Classes are free, but a donation is encouraged to help support the administration and delivery of the class.

Like to REGISTER for the Next Class?

Please complete the registration form and we will be in touch.


The goals of our conversational class are:

  • Bring together the local and international community.

  • Learn more about the community we live in and its traditions.

  • Practice speaking a second language to a variety of native speakers.

  • Gain more confidence when speaking a second language.

  • Get to know people within your community and feel more connected.

Course Dates and Themes:

  • October 1 - Getting to know each other

  • November 5 - Village Life

  • December 3 - Local (Chlauseslä) and Holiday Celebrations

  • January 7 - Understanding Fasnacht 

  • January 28  -  Surprise Class

  • OPTIONAL - Unteraegeri History Tour

Requirements for the course:

  • Native English speakers with a A2 certificate level in German

  • Swiss/German Speakers with a school-level standard of English

  • Willingness to make mistakes and laugh about them with the new friends you will make in class.

The class is brought to you with the support of the Unteraegeri Frauengemeindeschaft and the Unteraegeri Gemeinde since 2019.  The class is free, but a donation is encouraged to help support the administration and delivery of the class.

A big thank you goes out to the teaching team who make this program possible: Pauline Beresford, Marianne Schmidt, Kerstin Harris, and Simone Braun.  And to the local clubs that come and present the group.

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