Archive for month: January, 2005
RSVP was closed after 2 pm today as indicated in your emails. No more names will be added to the list manually.
A warm welcome to all the organizations who will co-host this fun INTERNATIONAL SOIREE with Caribbean theme.
EuroCircle presents in Association with
The American-Scandinavian Foundation www.scandinaviahouse.org
Finnish-American Urban Network
Young Executive Committee (YEC) of the German American Chamber of Commerce, www.gaccny.com
Manhattan Hungarian Network
NACC Young Associates (Norway),http://www.nacc.no/newyork/
Turkish-American Chamber of Commerce & Industry (TACCI)
Join us for this trendy lounge in the Meatpacking District just a 1 1/2 blocks from Pastis.
No admission fee (FREE admission) from EuroCircle members, our distinguished co-hosts and their guests who have signed up online for this event. Others $20 at the door.
EuroCircle presents in association with
TURKISH SOCIAL CLUB, Mustafa Dogru
OTHER CO-HOSTS include:
Mag Goossens, originally from France, Cook Associates (executive search)
Jaime Matta, Teknicar, Inc., President, USA/Puerto Rico
Some of the New York candidates for the BEST PROFILE:
Ana Lita, IIHEU, PHd, originally from Romania
Tatiana Lissovskaia, model & event planner, originally from Russia
Ataf Nabli, Merrill Lynch, origally from France
Massimo Toschi, UN, originally from Italy
No fee at the door as long as you sign up online at www.eurocircle.com
Complimentary appetizers from 7 pm to 8 pm provided for EuroCircle by our Irish patrons Ronan and Marc.
DJ will entertain EuroCircle members and their guests.
Attire: trendy casual or business
RSVP starts in the afternoon of Wed, Aug 23.
We highly recommend you make your table reservation for dinner for the evening if you plan to dine at Banc Cafe. Their executive chef John Loughran used to work at the River Cafe – expect a very pleasant suprise. View the menus at http://www.banccafe.com/dinner1.html
This is a beautiful, spacious Manhattan bar and restaurant lounge inspired by the images of an old Parisian establishment. The European influence is evident throughout with the distressed herring bone floor with a classic black and white marble title
Please send your $50 payment by May 7 as we need to confirm the caterer the amount of people attending on time.
Send payments to firstname.lastname@example.org
For security reasons it is absolutely necessary to show government issued photo ID (driver’s license, passport) at the door. This will apply to every person entering the building of the Consulate