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American Chamber of Commerce - Internship Fair
Hash Run Weekend
International Women's Club Bratislava

American Chamber of Commerce - Internship Fair

This is a great opportunity for students to gain information about internships at different companies in Slovakia.
Admission free for students. April 13 from 11:00-16:00 at Hotel Danube, The Diamant Room, Rybné námestie 1. For more information call AmCham: 5934 0508 or check the web site: www.amcham.sk


Hash Run Weekend

The Bratislava Hash House Harriers, a social group often referred to as 'drinkers with a running problem', will hold a Hash Run weekend April 14-16. Registration is April 14 at Montana's Grizzly Bar between 19:30 and 21:00 and will be immediately followed by a Bratislava pub crawl. On Saturday, the group will take a bus to Červený Kameň (about 15 kilometres from Modra) for eating, drinking, dancing, playing volleyball, and hiking around the castle. All will stay the night in Hotel Hydrostav. On Sunday, the group will return to Bratislava for more of the same.
Cost: 2000 crowns for expats, 1000 Sk for Slovaks.E-mail: V4_plus_1@post.sk. Web-site: http://members.xoom.com/blavahash/


International Women's Club Bratislava

The International Women's Club will hold their Weekly Coffee Morning as usual every Tuesday at Hotel Danube from 10:30 till 13:00. All are invited. Tel: 5934 0000.

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