American Christmas Tradition Event
Saturday, December 18th, 13:30-14:30 hrs
cordially invites you and your children
to a lovely afternoon of Christmas joy, American Christmas tradition, singing and reading.
Light Christmas treats will be served.
Saturday, December 18th, 2010
James Bridekirk, StageStars, will be performing a theatrical piece of a Traditional American Christmas Classic Tale.
Laurie and Jim Barnes, Prague Christian Library, will be reading a beautiful classic American Christmas story; Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer.
We need to have an accurate count of attendees (children and parents) since the space is limited.
Please make your reservation by writing to email@example.com not later than December 15th, 2010 if you wish to join us.
A special appearance by "StageStars" at the American Christmas Tradition event
December 6, 2010
"We are delighted that StageStars director, James Bridekirk, will be performing a short theatrical piece encompassing all that is warm and loving in a traditional American family Christmas".
"StageStars - runs fun classes of acting, singing and dancing for English speaking children aged 6-16. They also teach fun film acting classes at most of the international schools in Prague.
American Children Abroad is proud to support People in Need's (PIN) "Let's build a school in Africa"campaign
December 6, 2010
American Children Abroad is honored to cooperate with People in Need on the American Christmas Tradition event which will be held on Saturday, December 18th, 2010, 13:30-14:30 hrs at the Library premises of the Anglo-American University AAU (Letenska 1, Praha 1).
We will welcome the PIN's coordinator for Ethiophia Dana Plavcova who will say a few words about the campaign.
"I am very excited to be a part of such a noble and ambitious project," says Ben Henderson, Founder of American Children Abroad.
ContactAmerican Children Abroad
Ben and Helena Henderson
Prague, Czech Republic
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