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The BaselConnect Stammtisch is back and collaborating! Meet and greet newcomers from the Meetup Group Basel New in Town.
Trouble in Tahiti is an opera by Leonard Bernstein currently being performed by members of OperAvenir at the Basel Theater. This is a wonderful production, sung and spoken in English and performed in private living rooms.
Learning a new language can be a tedious and long journey. We have to learn new grammar rules that we last studied as young students. Terms and conditions that some of us have long forgotten and now we have to learn them in a new language!
We love hosting locals and newcomers at our BaselConnectsPeople Buddy events. Their success would not be possible without the generous contribution of location and time by our friends and partners.
Volunteers from different countries—representing cultures from around the world—prepare and serve a traditional meal. The proceeds are donated to a social project of their choosing.
BaselConnect’s Language Café aims to connect foreigners living in Basel with locals in order to practice conversation both in German and other languages.
This is a course for integration into the Swiss job market through learning German, e-Learning, coaching, mentoring and internship. Courses start February 5th
swissinfo.ch interviews BaselConnect president, Kathy Hartman-Campbell to find out why she thinks Basel deserves to rub shoulders with Zurich, Sydney, and Vancouver in the rankings for the world’s best places to live.
Theater Basel is offering al season subscription for 2016/17 especially for English speakers! The next included performance on November 5 is an opera about destiny.
“It has always been done this way!” GGG provides an excerpt from a recent documentary about Expats in Switzerland. The video is presented in German, but it is good practice! In the Video, Kathy is filmed during a Workshop and you can hear parts of her humorous presentation in English.
Visit our new BaselConnectsPeople website @ people.baselconnect.ch to view! Or visit our channel by using the YouTube link on the header at the top of this page and subscribe.
Our second DinnerConnect was a great success! Thank you to club member Ana Keller who treated us to a delicious “Feijoada Completa” after a great apero complete with Caipirinhas!
Take a journey through 3000 years of Basel history. The Basel-Stadt department of Archaeology has developed an APP for your SmartPhone.
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