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7/11/2013

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7/05/2013

Independence Day Celebration


On the 4th of July at English speaking club we celebrated Independence Day. Peace Corps volunteer Nathalie M. Hanlet made a presentation about the Declaration of Independence and treated of us with a cake in the form of an American flag. The cake was delicious! Thank you, Nathalie!
 

7/04/2013

Happy birthday to the United States of America!

Sparkle! Fizzle! Pop, bang, boom! Fireworks light up the night sky on the fourth of July. Everyone claps and cheers. What a wonderful sight!
Every summer, Americans join together to celebrate the birthday og their country. Families and friends gettogether for picnics or barbecues. People roast hot dogs, drink lemonade, and eat apple pie. Kids play baseball. At Fourth of July parades, bands march down the streets playing patriotic songs.
Then the sun begins to set. It gets dark. everyone waits excitedly for the show to begin. Finally, fireworks begin to explore in the sky. Happy birthday to the United States of America!!!
Come to the Window on America Center today at 18.00 for English Speaking Club and celebrate with us!

7/02/2013

Round table on the topic "Portrait of America"

On Tuesday 2nd of July at 17.00 come to the Window on America Center! We`ll talk about American History and the Road to Independence.
The United States Independence Day (also known as the Fourth of July because that's the day it is celebrated) is a holiday that celebrates the separation of the United States from Great Britain, and the United States' declaration of independence. Traditionally, many people celebrate this day with picnics, parades, and fireworks. Today, we`ll prepare for this holiday and volunteer, prof. Roger Kovaciny will help us!