Learn About Cuba Seminar

Saturday September 27 2008 on Cape Cod Massachusetts

Presented by Havana Journal Inc in association with the Latin America Working Group

and the Center for Cuban Studies, featuring Dick Cluster author of History of Havana.

See the wrap up of our September 27, 2008 Learn About Cuba seminar


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Why learn about Cuba?

Cuba is a captivating country and a subject of great interest for anyone who is willing to learn more about this unique country. The art, music, sports, history, beauty and kind nature of the Cuban people are just a few of the reasons to learn about Cuba.

So, whether you are a Cuba aficionado, casual observer or have always desired to learn more about this island that Christopher Columbus called "the most beautiful place that my eyes have ever seen", you should attend our first annual Learn about Cuba seminar.

It will be held at the newly opened Cultural Center of Cape Cod in South Yarmouth on Cape Cod on Saturday September 27, 2008.

The Agenda features a full day of presentations regarding US Cuba travel policy and legal travel to Cuba, the effect of this policy on Cuban American families along with a book signing by the author of Love, Loss and Longing, a presentation and book signing by the author of History of Havana, a presentation and exhibition of Cuban art, a film about Cuban baseball, a presentation on Cuba with regards to the Internet, a networking session so you can meet all the attendees and much more.

Seating is limited but hotel rooms and bed and breakfast rooms on Cape Cod in September are even more limited. So, if you know you are coming, make your seminar AND room reservations as soon as possible.

NOTE: Merri Ansara from CommonGroundTravel.com will make a short presentation at some point during the day to talk about the current situation in Cuba as a result of hurricanes Gustav and Ike. Donations will be accepted for humanitarian aid for the Cuban people.

Merri's organization and the Latin America Working Group have been advocating for humanitarian relief for the Cuban people and the Havana Journal has been covering the situation in Cuba since hurricanes Gustav and Ike have greatly affected the lives of everyone in Cuba.

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