Dear readers, as every year during this time, for a few days EuskalKultura.com will stop publishing its daily bulletin, with information on the Diaspora and the Basque culture, to take care of some administrative tasks as well as to do some internal reorganization that will make what we do here more efficient in the New Year. We are starting 2013 a little uncertain of our future and our presence on the web. In any case, we will keep abreast of situations as they arise. The bulletin will resume on Monday, January 14. Urte Berri On!
2013-01-02

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Application period now open for those needing emergency assistance from the Basque Government
The Basque Government published the call for economic aid to Basque clubs in order to aid members living in Basque communities abroad with healthcare or those in extreme situations of need in the Official Bulletin of the Basque Country last Friday, December 28. The total budget is 202,000 Euros and the deadline to apply is February 28.
2012-12-31

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The London Basque Society has organized children’s playgroup in Basque as of January
London’s Euskal Etxea will begin the year with a new project: creating the “Euskal Playgroup,” a group of games for children where members children can get together, play and relate to others their age in Basque. The idea came from the parents themselves and will begin in January. Anyone who would like their children to participate should contact the London Basque Society.
2012-12-31

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John Ysursa will step down as NABO’s facilitator on January 1 when Kate Camino will take his place
Coinciding with the beginning of 2013, John Ysursa, NABO’s facilitator will leave this post after seven years of service to the organization. Kate Camino will then take his place, assisted by Lisa Corcostegui on the website. Ysursa will continue his work in NABO as chair of the Education Committee, as well as through the Chino Basque club where he serves as its secretary. His replacement, Kate Camino, has a long history in NABO as well as in the Basque-American community, and will share the post’s responsibilities with Lisa Corcostegui who will serve as the organization’s new webmaster.
2012-12-31

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Rosario’s Zazpirak Bat club's farewell to its centennial year with the Olentzero and best wishes for 2013
The Zazpirak Bat Basque club in Rosario said goodbye to a year that will remain in the memories of its members. The event was a success as described from the club, “The hall was filled. Just as all the events this year, once again the Zazpi seemed small.” Even Olentzero didn’t want to miss the party and so he appeared after dinner with his bag in his hand, to the delight of those in attendance. At the moment of the toast, club president, Enrique Otaño, encouraged all there to raise their glasses and to continue to work for the euskal etxea as they have done so far.
2012-12-31

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Eusko Etxea of New York hosts an exhibit of photographer and journalist Antonio Castro, from Tutera/Tudela. The exhibit is titled "Antzerki eskena eta begiradak/ Sights and Scenes of the Theater" and shows some pictures related to theater that Antonio Castro has taken over the years.
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