Last year some twenty students participated, and this year there are many more interested. The curiosity about Euskera is creating an interesting movement in Najera, in the Spanish region of Rioja, where last year a group of neighbors organized Basque classes that were very well-received. The group is supported by the Laminiturri Basque club in Logroño, and this year the course will become part of HABE’s Euskara Munduan program. Classes will begin in October. If you are interested there is still time to enroll.
2014-07-23

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Euskara Munduan held its 2014 Winter Barnetegi and teacher training day in Chascomus
A group of 25 students from Argentina, Brazil, Chile and Uruguay have been in Chascomus since last Saturday participating in the Winter Barnetegi 2014, an intensive Euskara course that is part of the Euskara Munduan program supported by HABE. Organized by FEVA and the local Euskal Etxea, this fourth session will conclude Saturday at noon. As soon as the Barnetegi wraps up, teacher training will begin for teachers who are already in the program.
2014-07-23

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Boise to celebrate a “laid back” San Inazio as the community is also organizing next year’s Jaialdi
“This year we are kind of having a very “lasai” (laid back, in Basque) festival because next year we have Jaialdi and it’s going to be crazy,” Annie Gavica, member of the board of directors of the Euzkaldunak Basque Club from Boise (ID), told Euskalkultura.com. Regardless, this won’t keep the city from enjoying “sports, cultural events, good food, drinks, and a friendly atmosphere,” as she pointed out.
2014-07-23

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Nathalie Urroz “totally” recommends the “Memoria Bizia” workshops, after taking part in one in San Francisco
Nathalie Urroz is a 23-years-old San Francisco, CA native that has just participated in one of the “Memoria Bizia” (Living Memory) workshops, taught by Dr. Pedro J. Oiarzabal in San Francisco. She believes it is “very good for younger generations to get to know what older generations have to say” and “totally” encourages other Basque-Americans to attend a workshop that might be organized in their area.
2014-07-21

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Having been cancelled due to the flooding, the show, “Barbau Hamalau” returns to Zuberoa this week
“Barbau hamalau” an artistic creation driven by local artists that renews the forms and codes of the pastorals and the maskaradas, will be presented this Wednesday and Thursday in Ozaze, Zuberoa. The show has been supported by the cultural collective Hebentik, and was written by artist, Dominika Rekalt. The work is a mix of dance, music and theater. Prior performances were cancelled, on July 4-5, due to flooding, but this week anyone wishing to see it will have another opportunity to enjoy this unique proposition.
2014-07-21

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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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