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What Are Your Plans This Summer?

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Join Lindy Vopnfjord and Arden Jackson in L’Anse Aux Meadows this July for the Taste of Vinland Gala Showcase Saturday, 26 July 2014, 7–10 p.m. Visitor Centre, L’Anse aux Meadows National Historic Site Tickets $45; please call 709-623-2608 for information

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Thorrablot – A Taste of Vinland – Sold out!

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Thorrablot 2014 Tickets Saturday April 12, 2014 Estonian Club of Toronto 958 Broadview Avenue, Toronto. Appetizers 6:00 pm   7:15 Dinner Cash Bar Free parking Thorrablot is SOLD OUT! We are still accepting donations to our silent and live auctions. To make a donation to our auctions, email Phyllis & Cathy silentauction@icct.info For general inquiries or to volunteer, contact Arden Jackson thorrablot@icct.info […]

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Register for Language Class – Spring Session Starts Monday!

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Learn some Icelandic in time for your summer trip to Iceland! We have wonderful teachers returning this quarter: Þórunn with the beginner students and Arna with the intermediate students. Hurry and register today www.icct.info/language-classes. Class starts Monday March 17th and runs weekly until May 12th (excluding April 21st).

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Stopover in Reykjavik? Here’s What you Need to Know

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Check out this cool little article about what to do when you have a short #stopover in #Iceland. http://www.ourwindsor.ca/blogs/post/4395695-24-hour-stop-over-in-iceland-/#.UxZSNXNQjEE.facebook Written by S. Hughes for the Windsor Metroland paper.

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Travel (to Iceland) Show Tripled Attendance!

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Congratulations to the hard work and efforts of Gail Einarson-McCleery for hosting yet another successful Travel Show. We had an unprecedented number of attendees… maybe 80! Thank you to our presenters: Kathleen Murray who spoke about her visit to Vestmannaeyjar (Westman islands), Peter Norman who focused on the hi-lights of traveling to Iceland with his family […]

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Icelandic Native Speakers Needed for U of T Research Project

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Researchers at the University of Toronto are seeking native speakers of Icelandic who are willing to be interviewed for the linguistics research project: “Copular Agreement Systems: Locality and Domains”. Interviews last one hour (with the possibility of future interviews being requested). Compensation for participants is $30/hour. Please contact Julie Doner at julie.doner@mail.utoronto.ca for further information. The lead investigators […]

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