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     I wanted to pass this on to people in the DC area who may want to attend.   raven After the game, the king and the pawn go into the same box. ... From:
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       I wanted to pass this on to people in the DC area who may want to attend.
       
      raven


      After the game, the king and the pawn go into the same box.

      --- On Sat, 9/19/09, DCLJS <dcljs@...> wrote:


      From: DCLJS <dcljs@...>
      Subject: Oct 2 - presentation of "Vilnius: City of Strangers"
      To: "'DCLJS'" <dcljs@...>
      Date: Saturday, September 19, 2009, 1:15 PM








      On the occasion of
      Lithuania ’s Millennium and Vilnius - European Capital of Culture 2009
      The Embassy of the Republic of Lithuania
      In cooperation with the
      Lithuanian American Community, Inc., Cultural Affairs Council

      Cordially invite you to

      The Book Presentation

      Vilnius : City of Strangers
      By Laimonas Briedis
           
      Friday, October 2, 5:30 pm

      Embassy of Lithuania
      2622 16th Street, NW, Washington DC

      Admission: free

      Vin d’honneur to follow

      RSVP by September 28, 2009                       
      Business attire
      e-mail: leonas.garbacauskas@...

      Program

      Welcome remarks by H.E. Audrius Bruzga, Ambassador of Lithuania

      Introducing the author – Dale Lukas

      Remarks by author Laimonas Briedis

      Readings from the book by Alina Naujokaitis

      96 pages, 76 illustrations, Central European University Press
      Vilnius: City of strangers is a book with a different view of Vilnius,
      it is looking at the city from the outside-in.  It relates, through the
      experiences and impressions of foreign travelers, the cultural and
      social history of the old city.
      The book is 296 pages, 76 illustrations, Published by
      Central European University Press

      “This is an admirable book on an essentric and whimsical city”
      Tomas Venclova – Yale University  




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