Austin – June 10 2014

Joint Welcome.Us & International Austin Party @ Brass House

This JOINT event is hosted by multiple European & other international groups.
RSVP is greatly appreciated for logistics. You can also RSVP by email to if you prefer not to join EuroCircle as a member (Free).

Welcome.Us and
FWD.Us – Xavier Wingham, Ainee Athar
German-Texan Heritage Society
Swedish-American Chamber of Commerce Texas – Henrik Johansson & team
GlobalAustin – Margie Kidd & her team
Austin Polish Society – Mary Gawron
Italy-America Chamber of Commerce of Texas – Martin Morales
Austin Hungarian Association, Genevieve Kent
Danish Club of Austin – Emily Grace Sorensen
Casa de Espana Austin – Maria Vaso de Garcia
AIN – Zane McCarthy
Austin Ukrainian Group at Facebook – Nadiya Parsons
Vlamingen in Austin Facebook group – Barbara Baeyens & Gilbert Van Cutsem, Belgium
Finns in Austin & Central Texas Austin Facebook Group

EuroCircle Austin members and our partners/their members get the utmost pleasure to listen to the lovely KAREN TENNISON at Brass House TAVERN – from 6 pm to 9 pm pm (no cover). From 9-12 pm Glen R. trio will perform at the Jazz Stage (lounge). You are welcome to swing there via the backpatio or street!!

The first IMMIGRANT HERITAGE MONTH (IHM) is June 2014.
Beginning in June, encourages every American to log on to their website and connect with them through social media, to help celebrate the month and share their stories using the hashtag #WelcomeUS on their social media streams, including and Twitter: @Welcome_us

Welcome.Us is a non-profit dedicated to celebrating a United States that is fueled by an immigrant tradition – it is supported by FWD.Us

Austin’s newest Jazz and Blues Lounge / Tavern featuring live jazz and blues bands with full service bar and restaurant near the convention center.

The Brass House Happy Hour wells are $5, Wine ranges from $6 to $14, Draft Beer is $4 (32 selections).
Their new Italian chef will start on May 23 and the fine dining menu will be available for the party.

Brass House Austin was conceived by Jason White while operating in a combat zone with the United States Marine Corps. He dreamed of moving to Austin and opening a live music venue at the completion of his service with the hope of providing a relaxed and enjoyable environment for those who enjoy the sounds of jazz and blues. Brass House is the realization of that dream. Jason believes strongly in community involvement and support and welcomes any and all local charities if they wish to host events in Brass House space.
Jason’s partner Evgueniy G. Todorov – Gene – is a recently retired Marine and is now devoting his full time to the successful development of Brass House Austin as the premiere jazz and blues lounge in Texas. Gene is a fellow European – he was born and raised in Bulgaria.