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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


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