Archive for January, 2010

Vabariigi Aastapaev 2010

January 21, 2010

    Tuleme kokku Eesti Vabariigi 92. juubeli puhul

  • Millal: Pühapäeval 28. veebruar, kell 15:00,
  • Kus: Läti kirikus, 83 Main Street,
  • Mida teeme:Näitame dokumentaalfilmi Eestlased Kremlis; NSV Liidu lagunemise lugu, (2006) sööme ja naudime seltskonda.
  • Mida tuua: õhtusöök on “pot luck”, palun tooge midagi kaasa mida soobib teistega jägada. Magustoit ja joogid on Seltsi poolt.
    Kui on küsimusi: Palun võtke kontakti Ene Tikovt’iga (226 3680) või Margus Aruja’ga (271 1849) Näeme 28ndal!

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    Come and celebrate the 92nd anniversary of Estonian Independence.
  • When: Sunday February 28th at 3 p.m.
  • Where: Peace Latvian Ev. Lutheran Church, 83 Main St.
  • Activities: We will be showing the documentary film, The Collapse of the Soviet Union, the inside story of events in the Moscow Kremlin, (2006), eating and socializing.
  • What to bring: We will be having a “pot luck” evening, so please bring something which you can share. Beverages and dessert will be provided by the OES.
    Please call Ene Tikovt (226 3680) or Margus Aruja (281 1849) if you have any questions.See you there!

The Soviet Story (film)

January 21, 2010

The writer and director of “The Soviet Story”, Edvins Snore, will appear on a special edition of the Fox News Channel’s Glenn Beck Show on Friday, January 22, 2010 at 5:00 PM EST.

The program, titled “The Revolutionary Holocaust,” will also include highlights from his acclaimed and award-winning documentary film.

For more details please see a preview trailer at www.glennbeck.com/content/articles/article/198/34922/

“The Soviet Story” has already been screened on national TV in 10 European countries as well as on commercial TV in Israel, with screenings to follow in Asia and Australia during 2010. The film is currently also being aired by public broadcasting television stations in the United States.

The director Edvins Snore will also be visiting Washington D.C. the week of January 25, 2010, appearing at the National Press Club in their “Afternoon Newsmaker” series.

“The Soviet Story” is available on DVD. The 1st edition DVD, released in March 2009, includes subtitles in 15 languages (Czech, Estonian, Finnish, French, German, Hungarian, Italian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Polish, Portuguese (Brazil), Russian, Spanish, Swedish and Ukrainian).

A 2nd edition DVD, due for release January 25, 2010, will bring the total languages to 30, including: Belarusian, Bulgarian, Chinese (Simplified & Traditional), Danish, Dutch, Georgian, Japanese, Norwegian, Portuguese (Portugal), Romanian, Serbian, Slovenian, Turkish, and Vietnamese.

The DVD is now also available for purchase at www.amazon.com.

For more information about the film please visit www.sovietstory.com.

Armas Maiste & Roddy Elias

January 18, 2010

Cafe Paradiso performance

Armas Maiste & Roddy Elias performing at Cafe Paradiso

Armas Maiste performs

January 14, 2010

Sat. January 16th at Cafe Paradiso (199 Bank St.)

Roddy Ellias and Armas Maiste
Armas Maiste – piano, Roddy Ellias – guitar. Armas Maiste may not be a household name but is truly one of Canada’s living legends of music. He is equally gifted in both jazz and classical music and has influenced and mentored many of Canada’s brightest younger pianists including Toronto’s Dave Restivo and Montreal’s Eric Harding. Maiste started the jazz studies program at McGill University and then moved to Toronto where he taught at Humber College for several years. He has performed all over the world in both classical and jazz genres and has represented Canada at the Montreux Jazz Festival. The reuniting of the musical connection with Ottawa’s Roddy Ellias after several years promises to be a magical musical event not to be missed! Downbeat at 19:30 till 22:30. 5$ entertainment fee for non-diners.

Cafe Paradiso is located on the east side of Bank Street between Nepean and Gloucester Street.  http://www.cafeparadiso.ca/

Lecture at Carleton University

January 7, 2010

The Centre for European Studies, in cooperation with the Institute of European, Russian and Eurasian Studies at Carleton University,  presents

Estonia – Pathbreaker in the EU: Internet voting in national and European Parliament elections,

by  Tarvi Martens, Estonia

Monday, January 25, 2010, 3:00pm – 4:30pm

DT 2017, 20th Floor,   Dunton Tower

This lecture is open to the public.  For further information see the Center of European Studies upcoming events.