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British Chamber of Commerce and the Burza Club
International Women's Club
English-language mass

British Chamber of Commerce and the Burza Club

The British Chamber of Commerce and the Burza Club have the pleasure of inviting its members to join us in tasting and auctioning off Slovak wine. Quality wine and a lecture provided by the wine cellar TRUNK. Arhur Andersen will mark the occasion by presenting their new corporate identity.
Date: Wednesday February 23.
Place: Hotel Devín, Congress Hall.
Time: 17:00.
Please confirm attendance by February 21 via fax: (07) 5292 0371


International Women's Club

The International Women's Club of Bratislava holds their weekly coffee meeting every Tuesday at 10:30 in the Hotel Danube. Come join in the great conversation and relaxed atmosphere. Children are welcome.


English-language mass

English-language Catholic Mass is held every Sunday at 10:00 at St. Ladislavs Church, Špitálska ulica (across the street from Tesco). All are welcome.

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