Community Calendar

Czech Centre
Boat Cruise
International Women's Club
AmCham Garden Party
Austrian Embassy

Czech Centre

The Czech Centre in co-operation with the Czech Embassy invites all visitors to see the international exhibition 'Erotic Jewellery', featuring the modern artistic shaping of jewellers. At Medium Gallery in the VŠVU (Fine Art University), at Hviezdoslavovo námestie 18. The exhibition runs till July 15. Tel: 5443 5334.


Boat Cruise

Come and hear Deputy Prime Minister for the Economy Ivan Mikloš speak about new investment incentives on a pleasure cruise to the Dev'n Castle and back! The British, Danish, Italian, Dutch, Swedish and Austrian Chambers invite members and non-members alike on June 20 at 18:00 to board the Žilina cruise ship and hear Mikloš speak. Tickets 300 Sk for members, 500 Sk for non-members, available from the British Chamber of Commerce on Cukrová 14, Bratislava, Tel: 5292 0371, e-mail eperjesiova@britcham.sk


International Women's Club

The women's club holds their weekly Coffee Morning every Tuesday at Hotel Danube form 10:30 till 13:00. All are invited. Tel: 5934 0000


AmCham Garden Party

On Thursday, June 22, from 18:00 to 20:00, the American Chamber of Commerce in the Slovakia cordially invites you to join friends and colleagues at 'AmCham's June Garden Party' at Omnipublic place, at Krmanova 2. Parking available. Complimentary beer, wine and hors-d'oeuvres.


Austrian Embassy

On June 19, Vienna University's Wolfgang J. Bandion will present the book 'Remembering - 60 Years of Mauthausen' together with Otto Wagner, a Mauthausen survivor. The presentation will take place at Mozart Hall of the Austrian Embassy, on Ventúrska 10, at 18:00.

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