“Organized by Poles for Poles,” this is the secret of the Basque cultural festival in Poznan: los Dni Baskijskie or Basque Days, according to lecturer Amaia Dones. It is her language and culture students at the University Adam Mickiewicz who organized this festival that has for another year was very well attended. Dancing, talks, film, food, bertsolaritza…the cultural offerings were extensive and fun, as you can see in photos included here.
2014-04-15

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The Valparaiso Basque club calls for help for those affected by the fire that ravaged the city
The Eusko Etxea in this coastal Chilean city has made a call that urges its members and friends, as well as members of the Basque community, as Basque citizens and Chileans everywhere to help those affected by the tragedy in Valparaiso. The Basque club is gathering goods at the clubhouse, as well as money in a club account, for those most affected.
2014-04-15

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From Paris to New Orleans, Basques in the Diaspora will celebrate Aberri Eguna this Sunday
Basque communities in the Diaspora are getting ready this week to celebrate one of the major festivities: Aberri Eguna or the Day of the Basque Homeland. It is one of the events that attracts the most people, as demonstrated by the large list of activities planned all over the world: from Paris to Mexico, via New York, Madrid, Miami, Vancouver, Havana, Sydney, Caracas and New Orleans among others.
2014-04-14

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Six Basque film classics to celebrate Aberri Eguna at Gure Zainak in Coronel Moldes
To celebrate the Day of the Basque Homeland, the local Basque club in Coronel Moldes, Argentina has organized a film series April 23-25th. The event includes six Basque film classics and is being coordinated by Carlos Gabilondo. Marita Echave, club president and author of Basque Rural Cooking, included that pintxos will be served after the screening. Admission is free.
2014-04-14

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A reception at Mendiko Euzko Etxea’s remodeled clubhouse to celebrate Aberri Eguna in Bariloche, Patagonia
Even if the official event will take place, as always, in the Parade of Communities in Bariloche, following the ceremony and unlike other years, Basque club members will welcome local authorities and representatives of other communities at the newly remodeled clubhouse. The event will take place on April 26. Prior, on Saturday the 19th the night before Easter Sunday, the club will raffle a huge Easter Egg, that weighs 3 kg, and is decorated with the colors of the Ikurriña.
2014-04-11

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Columbus Day Parade (2013, October 14th). The colorful costumes and the special characteristics of the Basques participation aroused the curiosity of many spectators. Dancers participating in the celebration included the Utah’ko Triskalariak from Salt Lake City Utah, as well as dancers from the Basque Country with the Urki dance group from Andoain. Many people took photos and filmed videos of the Basques, as well as some television channels. Some of them were familiar with the Basques, while others had some vague idea and many asked about the costumes, and music as well as, who was this group participating in the parade (photo EuskalKultura.com)
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