Saluton from the Radaro Report!  Inside: Dates for NASK 2020 and lots of new videos.

Website of the Week

Check out the UEA website on Esperanto in English and many other languages. 

News Articles

There weren’t a ton of new articles directly related to the Esperanto Community in North America this week.  So here’s a few interesting old articles:

From verkoj, here’s a link to the English page of information for why to learn Esperanto:  Please share it with your friends and family.

Here’s the link again to where Esperanto-USA uploaded 100 years of old Esperantisto magazines under its many names: It’s a historical treasure.

Also, while not directly related to North America, came out with some very interesting new articles.  All are in simple Esperanto, accompanied by a recording read outloud by volunteers.  One is about a touch-museum in Italy, with exact replicas of scultures and historical buildings, that blind people can touch and enjoy.  Their website is in Esperanto, English, and Italian. Another recent article was about UEA’s new instagram account. As a Radaro editor, I love reading out loud along with the recording.  It’s a great way to get more comfortable speaking Esperanto.


Esperanto Variety Show:

Demandu Ion Ajn – AMA 1 (part 2 of 3) Esperanto and English

James Bridge: 

Lesson XX – The Demonstrative Adverb of Manner and Degree

Lesson XXI – The Accusative of Time

Vizite la feston de libroj ĉe la filina lernejo

La Altaĵoj de Robertsono 1-3

La Altaĵoj de Robertsono 2-3

La Altaĵoj de Robertsono 3-3

Lesson XXII – Clauses Expressing Duration of Time 

Ĉu mia kunlaboranto trinkas tage? 

Lesson XXIII – Adverbs Expressing a Part of the Whole

Lesson XXIV – The Interrogative Pronoun 


ARE: Aŭtuna Renkontiĝo de Esperanto: 2019-Oct-12 through 2019-Oct-14 in Silver Bay, NY.  For more information, visit:

Planned Languages and Language Planning Symposium on the occasion of the 90th anniversary of the Esperanto Museum. (Vienna, Austria)
24th and 25th of October 2019, from 9 am to 6 pm
Conference language: English
For more details visit:

There was a post on Facebook from Lee Miller about Nask 2020:

The dates for NASK 2020 will be as follow:
Saturday, June 27: Arrival of team
Sunday, June 28: Arrival of students
Monday, June 29-Friday, July 3: Classes
Saturday, July 4: Departure

3 levels:
Advanced: History of Esperanto, Duncan Charters
Intermediate Esperanto, Thomas Alexander
Post-beginner, Hans Becklin

We don’t yet know costs as the contract with William Peace University hasn’t been finalized. We’ll get that information out as soon as possible. But now is a good time to mark your calendar, if you think you might be interested in attending.

Because the course is 5 days rather than 8, we’ll likely schedule some additional instructional time during the afternoons. Possibly short seminars on specific topics, conversation groups, small group work sessions, etc.

Local Group Events

Groups with Online Partcipation

North Carolina: 

Esperanto Society of the Triangle meets Sunday, October 20, 2019 from 12:30 PM to 2:30 PM at nur grocery and deli, Mission Valley Shopping Center Avent Ferry Side Behind Sammy’s · Raleigh, NC To find us: Visit, call Tim Gee at 919 604 4259 or by email at


Santa Barbara

The Esperanto-Circle of Santa Barbara meets regularly on the second Saturday of every month from 2:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. at 1535 Santa Barbara Street in the “LaPaz Lounge” of the Santa Barbara Unitarian Society.

Everyone is welcome at our meetings, beginners included. Although we usually speak Esperanto, we will translate into English if necessary. For more information, contact Mrs. Dorothy Holland (telephone 805-967-5241).

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.


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 ( first, so i can schedule a time for you to experience my “Lesson Zero”!

Denver: Saturday, October 12, 2019, from 1:30 PM to 3:00 PM at Even Better Cafe, 8450 E Iliff Ave #4 · Denver, CO. 


Austin Saturday, October 12, 2019 from 2:30 PM to 4:30 PM at Emerald Tavern Games and Cafe, 9012 Research Blvd #1 · Austin, TX 

Dallas: Meet with us the second Saturday of every month at: Central Market Cafe, 5750 E. Lovers Lane, Dallas, TX 75206. 5:00 – 7:00 pm. Visitors Welcome.


Interested in music in Esperanto?  Check out Vinilkosmo, which is an independent label that produces, publishes, and distributes exclusively bands and artists who sing in Esperanto in all possible musical styles (rock, pop, folk, song, traditional, punk, hardcore, world music, electro, reggae, ska , hip-hop, etc.). The artists are from all over the world.

Donate to Esperanto-USA when you purchase through Amazon Smile ( and select ELNA (Esperanto League for North America, E-USA’s formal name) as the charity.

Esperanto-USA Welcomes new members. First time applicants who have completed a course such as Duolingo or Lernu are eligible for a $5 online membership. For more information, visit: or participate in the Facebook group at