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The Danish Chamber of Commerce Bowling party
International Women's club in Bratislava
Hash House run

The Danish Chamber of Commerce Bowling party

Friday, February 4, 19:00
The event is open for all of the international business community, but please book attendance before February 2. Delicious hot and cold meals included in the price.
Location: Hotel Senec at Senec Lake
Price: 350 sk members, 500 sk for non-members
For further information please call Pavol Mišura at tel.: 54 41 99 82.


International Women's club in Bratislava

Weekly coffee-morning
Tuesday, February 1
Hotel Danube 10:30-13:00
Coffee and cakes charged half priced. Please come and join us for conversation. Children welcome.
Entrance: Free admission
Tel: 50 24 40 00


Hash House run

Short run followed by beer
Saturday, February 12, 13:30
Those interested in a short run around the Devín Castle ruins followed by a few celebratory pints should take bus #29 at 12:45 from under the Nový Most to the last stop, where it ends in Devín (about 20 minutes from Bratislava).
Tel: Call Erika Jasečková at 54 41 16 17 for more information


Do you have an event you would like to publicise in The Slovak Spectator? Please send all notices to Andrea Chalupová at slspect@internet.sk or fax: 07-50 24 97 35.

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