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Wine Club tastes Young Reds

The International Women's Club of Bratislava, after its successful Christmas Bazaar at PKO on November 7, continues its schedule of events with a Wine Club evening. This month, the club meets at the Hotel Danube at 19:30 on November 17 to taste young red wines from '99 and '98. For further information call Dan Jurkovic, Tel.: 0903 460 676.
IWC Bratislava also presents an evening of Indian culture on November 19 called "The Flavour of India," which is organised by the Indian Embassy. The evening's programme features video presentations, Indian folk damce, a parade of traditional costumes and Indian cuisine. Tickets for 200 Sk are available at Tel.: 07 54 77 65 15, Cinyia Bauer.

The International Women's Club of Bratislava, after its successful Christmas Bazaar at PKO on November 7, continues its schedule of events with a Wine Club evening. This month, the club meets at the Hotel Danube at 19:30 on November 17 to taste young red wines from '99 and '98. For further information call Dan Jurkovic, Tel.: 0903 460 676.

IWC Bratislava also presents an evening of Indian culture on November 19 called "The Flavour of India," which is organised by the Indian Embassy. The evening's programme features video presentations, Indian folk damce, a parade of traditional costumes and Indian cuisine. Tickets for 200 Sk are available at Tel.: 07 54 77 65 15, Cinyia Bauer.

NGO's learn to raise cash

The Foundation for a Civil Society in Slovakia, an international partner to The Foundation for a Civil Society in the US, opened its International Fund-Raising Conference on November 11. This is the seventh year the conference has been held, each time in a different central and eastern European country. Over 100 participants from 21 countries took part.

She and He Ten Years After

On November 19, Slovak sociologist Zora Bútorová will present two studies of gender issues in Slovakia, 'She and He Ten Years After. Gender Issues in Public Opinion' and 'Democracy and Discontent in Slovakia: A Public Opinion Profile of a Country in Transition.' Bútorová, who is married to Slovak Ambassador to the US Martin Bútora, will deliver a lecture at School for Social Work at Howard University in Washington, Tel.: 202 414 63 2.

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