Community Calendar

English-language Catholic Mass
International Women's Club Bratislava
American Chamber of Commerce
Hash Run

English-language Catholic Mass

English-language Catholic services are held weekly every Sunday at 10:00 at St. Ladislav's Church, on Špitálska ulica (opposite Tesco).

International Women's Club Bratislava

The International Women's Club Bratislava will hold their March general meeting at 18:30 on March 20 at the Hotel Danube. Also, don't forget about the weekly coffee morning every Tuesday also at the Hotel Danube from 10:30-13:00.

American Chamber of Commerce

The American Chamber of Commerce invites members and guests alike to a business cocktail, which will be immediately followed by the dance-performance 3 ex by the Bratislava Dance Theatre.
March 28, Dom Kultúry, Zrkadlový Háj at 18:00. Dance performance starts at 20:00.

Hash Run

The next hash run will take place on March 25 at 13:30 in Svätý Jur, a village about 10 kilometres north-east of Bratislava. For more information contact Juan at 6827 8486 or check the web-site:

Andrea Chalupová

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