After a long work meeting in Cern one day, Clare O’Dea, an Irish journalist and writer, sat down in her seat on the train to go home when a man sat down next to her and started up a conversation. Not Swiss himself, he mistakenly took Clare for Swiss...
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Sarka Fabre, PWG member and former Job Hunt Support Group attendee, just recently landed her first job in Basel and we want to extend to her a very sincere congratulations on her achievement! Sarka was gracious enough to answer some questions we had regarding her job-hunting journey – here are her...
There are so many wonderful activities to choose from this weekend that choosing only one or two to attend may be difficult! Friday kicks off the 9th annual Young Stage circus festival. This is the premiere circus event in Switzerland and one of the elite events in the world! The...
Beatrix and I met for a casual interview over lunch the other day at the elegant Birseckerhof, one of the restaurants in Basel that offer her “m-eating-table” service. The participating restaurants, like the Birseckerhof, reserve a table for anyone who happens to be eating alone and looking for company,...
After hearing about Tanja’s worldly career path, the most unlikely place she could currently be working would be the most familiar of all locations: Basel. Originally from Basel, Tanja studied History, Communications- and Media Sciences, and European Ethnology at the Universität Basel with a professional focus on Journalism or...
Getting back into the daily grind is especially hard after vacation – lucky for us in Basel, this weekend we can feel like we’re on vacation again as we enjoy gastronomy and design from all over the world at Messeplatz! Basel’s Street Food Festival is here once again where...
It’s Easter weekend! If you’re hoping to find an Easter egg hunt for your kids, the Basel Children’s Trust is here to help. They have two hunts, one for children ages 0 – 4 and another for children ages 5+. There will also be a fire going and you’re...
Based on Tara Mohr’s book Playing Big: Practical Wisdom for Women Who Want to Speak Up, Create, and Lead Join Janene’s group as they read and discuss Playing Big by the internationally acclaimed women’s leadership expert Tara Mohr. In this 4-part book group, they’ll read the book and talk about the concepts and practical skills that are needed...
Don’t know what to do this weekend in Basel? Don’t worry, we got you covered. Spring is in the air and fresh regional produce is popping up! The City of Basel wants you to get excited about shopping locally and seasonally. This Saturday April 1st is the Tag der...
Are you thinking about creating a website? Do you have a website but feel like you’re stabbing blindly in the dark? Janet Jaffke, Jutta Jerlich, and Audrey Milesi offered important questions and tips – without getting too technical – for starting out on your website at our WE meeting last...
Would you like to practise speaking German? Then join our German Conversation Group! We do exercises together [...]
Would you like to practise speaking German? Then join our German Conversation Group! We do exercises together to get you talking in German and help you develop your language skills in a comfortable environment.
Day: Thursday June 22nd
Time: 14:15h – 15:30h
Location: Café Classico, tram station Brausebad, near Schützenmattpark. (Spalenring 126, 4055 Basel)
How do I register to join? Fill in the form below! Please register before noon the Tuesday before the meeting so that I can make a reservation for a big enough table. If you are coming for the first time please fill in your level of German (A1, A2, B1 etc.) in the comments.
The group is free to members, but since we meet at a café, it is expected that you buy a beverage.
Hope to see you there!!
(Thursday) 2:15 pm - 3:15 pm
Spalenring 126, 4055 Basel
Martina Klemm email@example.com