Sunday 16th March at 6.00 p.m. McEwan Hall, Edinburgh.
„Tantsutallad” 46 member folk dancing group from the Hugo Treffner Grammar School in Tartu will be performing. After the concert they will provide tuition on Estonian national dancing.
Advance tickets from www.funkyfeet.eventbrite.com. £5; Concessions £3. £1 surcharge at the door. Info www.funkyfeet2014.wordpress.com
Organiser: Edinburgh Estonian Society.
16th March at 1.00 p.m. Estonian Relief Committee Sunday Lunch at the London Estonian House, 18 Chepstow Villas, W11 2RB. Only £8 for adults; £3.50 for children from 11 to 16; under 10s free. Please register beforehand at email: email@example.com or tel: Ida Lemsalu 020 8893 3816. Everyone welcome.
The Estonian Relief Committee celebrates its 70th anniversary this year. Please support these events and put the following dates in your diary - 6th April (note date change due to clash with London Estonian House AGM); 11th May - Sandwiches, coffee and cakes for Mothers Day;
25th May - 70th anniversary celebratory lunch;
21st September; 19th October; 16th November and Christmas Lunch on 14th December.
2014 also sees two other important anniversaries.
Saturday 17th May - IES 'Tulevik' (founded as the Estonian Youth Group) celebrates its 40th anniversary with a dinner-dance at Catthorpe Manor. All previous members welcome.
Saturday 16th August - Estonian children's summer camp 65th anniversary at Catthorpe Manor. Anyone who has attended summer camp since its inception in 1949 will be very welcome. Please put these dates in your diary and make every effort to attend.
Please continue to support the Eesti Hääl. Currently available two books in English - "Into Exile" by Elin Toona-Gottschalk and "The Indrawn Heart" by Max Boyle. Contact us for more details.
The February edition of Eesti Hääl is now available.
Articles for the March 2014 isssue will be very welcome. The deadline date is Friday 7th March and the paper will be dispatched on 18th March.
Reet Järvik, Editor.
Currently available two books in English - "Into Exile" by Elin Toona-Gottschalk and "The Indrawn Heart" by Max Boyle. Contact us for more details.
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