Saluton from Radaro! Welcome. As many of you know, it is a special week due to the Landa Kongreso. This is an awesome opportunity for anyone aching for some real-time Esperanto practice and we hope you will participate! However, in case you can't or don't feel ready,...
Saluton from Radaro! This week Radaro honors all of the cool projects Esperantujo creates. We begin with the Little Libraries (Librejetoj, in Esperanto), a project to which the Esperanto Society of the Triangle contributes. Our feature image this week is of the...
Saluton from Radaro! Lernu per Signifa Laboro Komencas NASK, kaj tiam estos la landa kongreso. Mi estas lernanto en NASK, kaj mi estos partoprenanto en la Landa Kongreso. Mi aktuale faras iomete da voluntalan laboron, kiu mi tre ĝojas. Pro tio, mia nivelo en...
Local Group Meetings
Tell us about your local meeting!
Send information about when and where your local group meets to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Monday Casual Chat Hosted by Paige Feldmann and E-USA
7pm eastern time.
Send a message to the Esperanto USA Facebook page at https://www.facebook.com/esperantousa/ for the Zoom meeting address.
Thursday Evening Zoom Esperanto Meeting (All in Esperanto. Catching up, jokes, discussion of current events and interesting scientific news).
8:00 pm Eastern Time
Contact Derek Roff at email@example.com for the Zoom meeting address.
Friday Esperanto Coffee Time (Exercises for Beginners)
We can’t meet at the coffee shop so we have gone on-line. Join us for exercises in Esperanto, reading out loud and chatting. Mostly in English – so beginners will feel welcome.
3:00 pm Eastern Time
Contact Chuck Mays at firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom meeting address.
Meetings in person or on-line:
Los Angeles: Meets the last Sunday of the month from 4 to 6pm pacific time. Contact Keneĉjo at email@example.com for details on the online meetings. Physical meetings will be at the Hotel Stillwell, 838 S Grand Ave, Los Angeles, CA. Now meeting online. Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for the Zoom information.
San Diego: Come meet an Esperantist at the monthly meeting at The LivingRoom Coffeehouse (5900 El Cajon Blvd, San Diego, 92215). If you’ve got questions, want to get started in learning Esperanto, or just want to come and work on your Esperanto conversation, stop on by! The event calendar lists the dates and times for upcoming meetings, and for alternate locations for special meeting events. You can also check out our Facebook page for news & info.
Stanford: Conversational Esperanto, The International Language, is a class, and discussion group, that is open to Stanford students AND the general public. We meet Tuesday evenings from 6:30pm to 8:30pm at the International Center on the Stanford University campus during the academic year (minus the usual holidays and breaks). This class is free if taken for no credit. Stanford students who would like to take the course for 2 credits per quarter may do so by jumping through many administrative hoops (please ask if you are serious). Students taking the class for credit must come to classes (of course) but everyone else is free to drop-in at any time. You can join the class any time during the year, but please contact me, via email (stanford@Esperanto.org) first, so i can schedule a time for you to experience my “Lesson Zero”!
St. Louis (Online for the foreseeable future)
Meets the first Thursday of the Month. Visit https://esperanto-stl.weebly.com/events.html for details
Minneapolis (Online for the foreseeable future)
Meets the first and third Fridays of the Month. Visit https://events.duolingo.com/minneapolis-esperanto/ for details and for a ticket. The contract for information is email@example.com
North Carolina (Online for the foreseeable future)
Raleigh / Durham /Chapel Hill
Monthly Meeting of the Esperanto Society of the Triangle – Every 3rd Sunday of the month at 1:30 pm eastern time.
For details visit esperanto-nc.org, call Tim Gee at 919 604 4259 or email Tim at firstname.lastname@example.org
Esperanto-USA annual conference (on-line)
12-18 July 2020
27th Aŭtuna Renkontiĝo de Esperanto.
10-12 Octobro 2020, Silver Bay, New York https://are-esperanto.org/
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The Radaro news channel brings news, events and interesting articles from a variety of sources to the attention of new Esperanto speakers.
Readers of Radaro have a window on the very active Esperanto community in North American and the world.
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La Novaĵo-Kanalo Radaro estas loko kun novaĵoj kaj informoj pri eventoj en Norda Ameriko principe en la Angla lingvo. La celo estas, ke novaj lernantoj de Esperanto povas facile ekscii pri la abundaĵo, kiu okazas en Esperantujo.
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