New York – Oct 20 2005

EuroCircle presents in association with United Nations Association of New York’s Young Professionals for International Cooperation (UNA-NY YPIC)!

EuroCircle events provide our 8,000 New York area based members and their guests a great opportunity to interact with like-minded European and other internationally-minded professionals – mingle, network and just meet and greet new and old friends.

Gypsy tea, the creation of world renowned designer Jeffrey Beers, offers a mix of elegence and decadence on two juxtapoxing floors.

RSVP online at our site, NO fee at at the door, no RSVP by the deadline results in $20 fee at the door.
Selected volunteers are exempt from any cover and also get a free drink coupon (1 hour equals to 1 drink).

Co-hosted by our LIBRA members celebrating their birthdays:

Sylvie Biragnet
Vlada Briks
Mimoza Cakrani
Dr. Emil Chynn
Diaa Elmaddah, Egypt
Elyce Friedfeld
Cindy Gill, USA
Danielle Gubitosa
Kevin Holley, USA
Suzana Ionita
Kaisa Kokkonen, Finland
Dan Lee
Jimmy Matta, PR/USA
Zulema Mejias, Cuba
Mark Nichols
Peter Paleologos
Apostolos Pappas, Greece
Michael Raganelli
Aleksandra Sas-Shea
Paula Scardino
Eric R.T. VIDAL

LIBRAS as a ZODIAC SIGN (Sept 23 to Oct 23):
Librans are first and foremost focused on others and how they relate to them. We can call this the Sign of partnership with a capital ‘P’ because these folks do not want to be alone! For a Libran, everything is better if it’s done as a pair. Librans are good when paired up, too, since they epitomize balance, harmony and a sense of fair play. While they are true team players at work, their favorite partnership is at home: marriage. Librans feel most complete when they are coupled up with their lover, forever.

It’s the Scales which symbolize Libra, and just like that balancing mechanism wants to stay even, Librans want to be on an even keel. Think of the Scales of Justice and how they work at striking the right balance. Likewise, Librans are objective, just and want to do what’s best for everyone. It’s possible, though, that this penchant for fairness is for a different reason: Librans abhor conflict. The Scales study every possible angle in the hopes of achieving peace and harmony, so much so that others may see them as fickle and indecisive. If that’s what it takes to avoid a confrontation, that’s fine with the Scales. The Libra-born are keen strategists, organizing groups with poise and getting the job done (in keeping with the Cardinal Quality assigned to this Sign). Further, you can expect the Scales to be companionable, sociable folks.

New York – Jul 12 2005

LES FLEURS ET BATEAUX EXOTIQUES:
Join EuroCircle at this great award-winning restaurant for drinks. Unwind with your friends, or make the new ones. The admission is FREE with ADVANCE REGISTRATION online. No names will be added manually. (RSVP was closed this morning at 11:00 am). All NON-registered members and their guests will pay $20 at the door (exact change or a check to EuroCircle)

CASH BAR.

Complimentary French appetizers by award-winning traditional charcuterie (pates, terrines, saucissons etc) company Fabrique Delices. LIMITED seating available for fabulous dinner (well-priced, seafood-centric menu), make a reservation at 212-532-1766 (mention EuroCircle). Most of the space will be cleared for mingling.

EuroCircle members Caroline Gauguery and Patrick Bancel, a French artist couple, will be our special hosts.

Their paintings are exhibited in this beautiful, airy restaurant. The other featured guests include Anastasia Bizzarri from Italian Days (check with her about a special yoga trip to Umbria in October), Matthew Devlen (movie producer, innovator, writer, Gumball Rally -enthusiast) and Alexander Roy (Gumball3000 Rally winner/veteran, President of Europe by Car). We also have a pleasure welcoming one of our upcoming Atlanta EuroCircle team members as well as Sebastien Espinasse, from our San Francisco team. Bill Kapfer, one of our favorite special guests, will also drop by (Travel and Leisure magazine)

New York – Aug 02 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.

New York – Aug 31 2005

EuroCircle presents in association with

TURKISH SOCIAL CLUB, Mustafa Dogru

http://turkish.meetup.com/1/about/

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

New York – May 12 2005

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 newyork@eurocircle.com

SECURITY REQUIREMENTS:
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

New York – Jan 29 2005

A lovely event with dancing downstairs. Passed hors d’ouvres, black tie optional at the Williams Club (Townhouse by Grand Central Station) with wonderful library, bar etc

Benito Garcia and Anu Arponen showed the way for some sexy Latin dancing, and people really dressed up.