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Local Group Meetings in November 2019
Thursday Evening Zoom Esperanto Meeting (All in Esperanto. Catching up, jokes, discussion of current events and interesting scientific news).
8:30 Easter Time, 7:30 Central Time, 6:30 Mountain Time and 5:30 Pacific Time.
Contact Derek Roff at email@example.com for the Zoom meeting address.
Meetings that welcome remote participation:
Monthly Meeting of the Esperanto Society of the Triangle – Every 3rd Sunday of the month.
Celebrate Zamenhof’s birthday! Next meeting on Sunday,December 15, 2019 is a dinner gathering to celebrate Zamenhof’s birthday. 7:00 pm at JuJu’s in Durham, NC. (No remote participation at this meeting.)
To find us: Visit esperanto-nc.org, call Tim Gee at 919 604 4259 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Meetings in person:
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”!
Vintra Espeanto Klerigado
USEJ (US branch of TEJO), the Esperanto youth organization) is holding this workshop to strengthen the Esperanto youth movement in the US and Canada.
17 – 20 January in Chicago. Click here for information.
Printempa Esperanto-Rentontiĝo (PER)
24 – 26 April 2020 in the beautiful mountains of North Carolina. Contact Chuck Mays at email@example.com for information.
NASK – Norda Amerika Somera Kursaro de Esperanto (28 June to 4 July, 2020). www.esperantic.org/en/nask/ for details.
MEK (Montrealo Esperanto-Kurseto) Two-day Esperanto course in Montreal. 31 July and 1 August 2020. Get ready for the world Esperanto congress from 1-8 August. Visit https://www.esperantic.org/en/montrealo_2020/ for details and to sign up. Pass the word!
Universala Kongreso de Esperanto 2020, 1-8 August 2020 in Montreal Canada. https://www.facebook.com/Montrealo.kongreso/ for details.
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