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International Women's Club in Bratislava

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


Austrian Embassy

On June 5, at 17:00, Marjorie Jouen from France will deliver a speech on "Making European diversity Known", at Comenius University, Šafárikové námestie 6.
Also, beginning June 8, the Austrian Embassy will open an exhibition entitled Be Aware of Mr. Schnitzler at 17:00, at the Austrian Cultural Centre, Zelená 7. The same day at 18:30, you are also invited to join a discussion of Reinhart Urbach at Mozart hall of the Austrian Embassy on Ventúrska 10. Tel: 5443 2985.


Hash Run

The Bratislava Hash Group, or 'drinkers with a running problem', will hold a Hash Run on Saturday, June 10 at 13:30. For more information contact Tom at 0905 820 003 or visit http://members.xoom.com/blavahash/

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