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EURO Night at the Carnegie
Friday, May 2, 2014
The Carnegie, 1028 Scott Blvd., Covington, KY
Reception at 5:30pm, Dinner at 6pm
Speakers at 6:20pm, Films at 8pm
The Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council and the Cincinnati World Cinema present EURO NIGHT at the Carnegie on Friday, May 2. The evening will consist of reception and cocktails at 5:30pm, dinner at 6pm with three guest speakers, followed at 8:00pm by the 2014 Oscar Nominated Short Films - creative works from the European Union - Denmark, Finland, France, Spain, the UK and one form the USA.
There will be three different speakers. The first speakers will consist of a representative from the German Embassy in Washington D.C. to discuss new opportunities for the European Union and the US as well as the current situation in Eastern Europe.
The other two speakers are two women who served in Ukraine through the Peace Corps. Their observations regarding the people and culture, as well as their experience with evacuation during the recent unrest, will be informative, timely and relevant.
REGISTRATION Required: CincyWorldCinema.org
Dinner, Speakers & Film: $55
Films Only: $11 in advance, $13 at the door
Tickets are available online at CincyWorldCinema.org or by phone at 859-957-3456! Register early!
GCWAC was Awarded 'BEST OF THE CITY: Something for Everyone' by Cincinnati Magazine for our unique volunteer opportunities with the international visitors we bring to Cincinnati every year!
The Greater Cincinnati World Affairs Council is a proud member of The World Affairs Council of America
and The National Council on International Visitors.