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3:28 PM on July 15, 2011
Greetings Ane, Kaixo, Though i cannot lp with accomodations, i suggest the first thing you do when you get to new york is get a bus and train map and learn the area. Cabs are bad in the city. I Would not trust them since you are not from around here. I and my wife will be in the Bilbao/ Erandio area in late August to Sept. for their festivals. Good luck in NY. All our best wishes.
5:44 AM on July 14, 2011
Kaixo! I am Ane, a 25 year old girl from Bilbao (Bizkaia). I am going to NY as a visting researcher for three months, starting in September. I am looking for accommodation (renting or sharing apartment) for those dates. Would anyone know about anybody interested in renting or sharing? If so, please contact me at [email protected] On the other hand, I would be very interested in taking part in the activities organized around the Euskal Etxea, especially those related to the Basque language: Basque classes, mintzalaguna, etc. Eskerrik asko eta ondo ibili! See you in September. Ane
5:27 PM on July 11, 2011
Kaixo Everybody, well, first of all i would like to apologised because my english isn't good. My name is Amaia and I'm 26 years old.I'm from Onati, in Gipuzkoa. I would like to help people in different aspects of our culture. So if someone wants to contact with me please write to this adress: [email protected] . You will be very welcome. Ondo izan, amaia
12:21 PM on June 22, 2011
Kaixo lagunok! I'm organizing a few gigs for a hardcore punk band from Gipuzkoa called Humilitate and thought I'd let you know in case you're interested. They're "lifelong euskaldunak" and great guys, so come to their shows if you'd like to meet them. My own band, Cojoba, will be playing with them (except Saturday), so you can also come see us rock out! Hehe. These are the shows they'll be playing locally: Fri. June 24: 8pm: The Pyramid Club, 101 Avenue A # 1 New York, NY 10009-6103. $10 (over 21 only/ w ID) Sat., June 25: 3pm MATINEE: ABC NO RIO, 156 Rivington St., Lower East Side, NY All ages show! $7 Sun., June 26: 4pm MATINEE: The Meatlocker (also known as the Punk Basement). 8 Park St., Montclair, New Jersey. All ages show! $6.
9:44 PM on June 15, 2011
Good webpage by Masako Grenon
Barry aka Jon Thunder
2:38 PM on June 8, 2011
This year as for the last 14 years, i will be visitingas some over there say my "first home" Erandio and Lekeitio. I am making every effort to learn more about the basque then just that they have been sheepherders and sailor/fishermen and storyteller/dancers. Even though i do not reciewve much help from any basque within my area, i am learning alot of the basque peoples help with American pilots during WW2 and even Germanys pre WW2 attack on Guernica. What i learn from this years trip after i come back in August, ill be looking to pass on to anyone interested. Until then, Hasta Aproxima. Please dont be a stranger one and all. Im a member and im out there.
7:46 AM on April 19, 2011
Kaixo lagunak! My name is Ainhoa and I'm from the Basque Country. I just found information about you and I decided to write something. On August I'm travelling to Chicago for 3 weeks and we agreed to visit New York too. I expect we are going to have enough time to visit you in the Euskal Etxea and see how our Basque-American friends try to preserve our culture in the USA. Nice to know about you. Besarkada bat. Ainhoa
2:17 PM on March 1, 2011
Kaixo New York Basque club-eko lagunak, My name is ibai and I just came from the basque country to spend a whole year in NYC as a visiting scholar. I just discovered you in the internet and I am happy there is an organized comunity of basque people here in New York. I am writing to you to say hello, and to ask for more information about your activities here in New York. I was wondering that you may have people intereseted in doing some kind of mintzalaguna to speak basque, or any other kind of activity I can take part on. Nice to know that we are alive in New York Best Ibai
2:34 PM on February 24, 2011
Hello! I am from the North of Basque country (Ezpeleta) and I am coming to New York for an internship since mid of March. I would like to know if there are some basque people who are searching a roomate or who have rooms available for me. I will stay 6 months, until mid of September. I don't know the exact starting date as I have not received my visa but it will be between the 13th and the 18th of March. Please contact me by email if you have tips to give me: [email protected] Eskerrik asko!
9:48 PM on February 8, 2011
Basque Company of Dance Theater at Insituto Cervantes in March 12, 2011! The Basque Company of Dance Theatre, based in Vitoria, Spain, is pleased to invite you to the Spanish-language premiere performance of their U.S. tour of Oscar Wilde's dramatic monologue "De Profundis", starring Basque television and film actor Iker Ortiz De Zarate, hosted by Instituto Cervantes. The Company selected "De Profundis" as its first ever North American performance because the text is still eerily relevant a century after it was first authored . "De Profundis" is the last prose ever written by Irish author Oscar Wilde to his absent lover Lord Alfred Douglas during Wilde's imprisonment following a Victorian "gross indecency" scandal that irrevocably altered his life and the lives of those whom he most loved. Wilde was convicted of the crime of "the love that dare not speak its name" and the sentence that followed was so arduous that it ultimately led to his untimely death. The Company would be honored by your presence at this very special Spanish-language performance. Date/Time: Saturday, March 12th, 2011 at 4:00 p.m. Location: Instituto Cervantes, 211 East 49th Street New York , NY 10017. http://nuevayork.cervantes.es Tickets: No advanced reservations. This performance is free. Open seating on a first-come, first-served basis. Theater seats 120 people. For inquiries about this performance, additional U.S. performances, and the Basque Company of Dance Theatre, contact United States Production Manager Deborah Berman-Shaw at [email protected] or (917) 620-8652.
10:49 AM on December 16, 2010
Very informative. I was not aware of that many Basque organizations in the U.S.. Buen trabajo!!. Continuen con su agenda...Guillermo
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7:33 AM on September 20, 2010
Buenas tardes y agradecida de vuestra existencia. desearia contactar con alguna [email protected] interesado en solucionar los problemas de ceguera . Tengo la informacion de la existencia de un centro OLMA ,(de salud holistica), en brooklyn por mark komisarv que ense�a a ver con el cerebro. estoy muy interesada y si alguien le interesa y se informa y me la transmite podiamos aprender y ense�ar .Ojala asi sea y aprendamos agradecida y confiada . y feliz de que se me haya ocurrido este camino para conocer.un abrazo a todos ana
6:49 PM on September 12, 2010
We're a small staff consisted in three members and we're developing a proyect named 'XXI. mendeko euskaldunak' / basque people of the XXI century. Our idea is to make an exposition about our ancient traditions and customs and the influence of the recient tecnological advances on our self identity. We would like to visit diferent basque clubs around the world to show our cultural and social work. Diferent basque clubs are interested on it and we're pleased to invite you to join us in this proyect. For more information you can visit our web site: WWW.vascossiglo21.com We hope you'll like our idea and we're waiting for your answer. Thank you very much. - Endika Basaguren Ansoleaga: Art teacher, painter, photographer and sculptor - Ander Basaguren Ansoleaga: Marine scientist, submarine photographer, dive master. - Amaia Hormaechea Beldarrain: Clinical and forensics psychologist, Family and couple therapist.
3:13 PM on September 2, 2010
How I miss my "2nd home" at Eusko Etxea of NY, Eckford St. Hoping to reconnect asap....such awesome times of friendship, love, fun, txistularis, dancing, .........love to everyone...all the best...so greatful for this wonderful site!!! xoxoxo......