Watching UEFA Champions League 2013 Soccer Final
AR-NE has the pleasure to invite you to watch 2013 UEFA Champions League soccer final together with us at “The Point” Pub in Boston, in a traditional Romanian atmosphere, with Romanian sausages (“mici”) and a variety of other appetizers. Watching soccer events has become a tradition within AR-NE – we are organizing this type of event for the 4th year in a row.
When: 05/25/13, 14-17
Where: The Point Pub, 147 Hanover St, Boston, MA
Parking: Parcel 7 Garage, ~$3 for 3 hours, with validation
Admission: Free for AR-NE members (one can become a member on the day of the event), $10 for non-members
Confirmation: To help approximate how much food to prepare, please RSVP
The entire day was sunny and wonderful for walking! After visiting the mansion, we walked on the Grand Mall, then on Crane Beach all the way to the end and then back on the rolling dunes for a total of 7.5 miles!
When: 05/05/13, 11-16
Where: The Crane Estate, 290 Argilla Road, Ipswich, MA 01938
Meeting time and location: 11-11.15, first statue on the right side as you walk from the mansion to the beach
Walk: Great House (59-room mansion) self-guided tour, Grand Mall walk, Crane Beach stroll
Driving directions: click here
We had a great day for walking on the Battle Road Trail! It took us about 5 miles from Paul Revere Capture Site parking lot eastward to Minute Man Visitor Center and then westward to Brooks Houses area and back. In the Hartwell Tavern area, we attended the Bloody Angle Battle Demonstration. What took only about an hour to perform brought together hundreds of reenactors that dedicate themselves to make sure that we never forget the Patriot’s fight for freedom. It is really easy to forget you are in the 21st Century!
When: 04/13/13, 10.30-14.30
Where: Minute Man National Historical Park, N Great Rd, Lincoln, MA 01773
Meeting time and location: 10.30-10.45, Paul Revere Capture Site Parking Lot
Walk: Battle Road Trail, optionally attend Bloody Angle Battle (11.00, Hartwell Tavern) and Parker’s Revenge Battle (14.00, near Minute Man Visitor Center) demonstrations
Driving directions: click here
See https://sites.google.com/site/globalartsnpoevents/ for more details.
[Dec 18, 2012: AR-NE Members can VOTE HERE using the password sent to them via email]
The Association of Romanians in New England is an organization recognized as a 501(c)3 tax-exempt non-profit by the IRS, operating only thanks to the enthusiastic involvement of our volunteers, and the generous support of our members, donors, and sponsors.
As the current 9-member volunteer Board of Directors is ending its tenure, AR-NE is inviting its members to assist this process in the following ways:
- Volunteer to serve in the Board of Directors for the next mandate (3 years)
- Make nominations for the Board of Directors
- Volunteer to help run the elections
Since only members may participate in electing the new Board of Directors, please consider becoming a member. A moderate dose of dedicated time (several hours a week), enthusiasm and initiative are the most useful ingredients for a meaningful contribution to AR-NE’s future. The current team of volunteers, some of them founding members, are available to those interested in learning more details. Additionally, please note that monthly board meetings are open to all AR-NE members, who are encouraged to attend.
Steps to the Board of Directors Elections:
- Collecting nominations from AR-NE members – by December 9, 2012
- Consultation of each nominee to accept nomination. Distribution of ballots (or electronic equivalent) to each AR-NE member – by December 14, 2012
- Voting, tallying up of the ballots, and announcement of results to members – by December 25, 2012
- Transition to, and the first meeting of the new board, who will elect their executives (president, secretary and treasurer) – by January 14, 2013.
We look forward to your questions, and we hope that many of you will get involved and follow these elections. Please send us your suggestions and proposals at INFO@AR-NE.org.
Your AR-NE team of volunteers.
Polling Station in Boston
The Romanian Parlamentary Elections will take place on December 9th. A polling station will be open in Boston, in collaboration with the Romanian Consulate of NYC and the MIT Romanian Student Association.
|Where:||MIT , Room 8-119|
|When:||December 9th, 2012 7am – 9pm|
|Contact:||Razvan Mirica – email@example.com
Dan Dimancescu, Honorary Consul of Romania in Boston – firstname.lastname@example.org (617-497-1111)
We would like to thank everyone who attended the first Romanian Ball in New England! We were overwhelmed by the numerous attendance (over 300!) and we were happy to see the enthusiasm and joy of those who wanted to celebrate with us Romanina’s National Day! We apologize deeply for the imperfections and the shortcomings and we promised that next year we will do a bigger/better event! If you have any comments, suggestions or complaints, please email them to email@example.com or please take the time to complete this short survey. Please share generously your photos and videos! Lastly, but most importantly, we would like to invite you all to join our volunteer organization so you can help plan and organize more successful events in the upcoming year.
We welcome you with open arms, AR-NE
ROMANIAN BALL 2012!
Join AR-NE, in collaboration with the Romanian Student Association at MIT, for an evening celebrating Romanian culture and heritage.
MENU- Harmony Terrace
Cash bar with an assortment of alcoholic beverages, including beer and wine from Romania.
Romanian potato salad (Boeuf salad)
Roasted eggpland salad (Vinete)
Fried meat balls
Romanian grilled sausages (mici)
Fish in white souce
Kettle cooked chicken with garlic sauce
Country style oven roasted potatoes
Romanian braised cabbage stew
Panettone Romanian style
Cookies or pastries
- 6:00 AR-NE presentation
- 6:15 Traditional Romanian folk music (Iuliana Roata – part 1)
- 6:30 Traditional Romanian folk dances (artistic group The Ladies from Rhode Island)
- 7:00 Traditional Romanian folk music (Iuliana Roata- part 2)
- 7:30 Pop and classical Romanian and international music (Raluca Campean)
- 7:45 Traditional Romanian dances (including “Hora Unirii” and “Perinita”) (artistic group from MIT)
- 8:00 DJ program – Radu C. Morar – Morar Mobile DJ
Where: 375 Auburn Street, Auburndale, MA 02466
When: October 20th 2012, 12pm-3pm
WHEN: November 15, 2012, 6:30PM (film starts at 7:00 )
WHERE: Fisher College – One Arlington Street (corner of Arlington and Beacon streets, Boston). Public Parking: Boston Common, marked as P on the map below.
RSVP: Please click here to reserve your seat (free admission).
The film explores the legacy of the Dacian Kingdom from “past to present” through the lens of Rome’s invasion and conquest between 101 and 106 AD. All material in the film is original. Specially featured are highly
detailed 3D digital reconstructions of Sarmizegetusa, the fortress of Blidaru, the Roman bridge across the Danube, and Trajan’s Forum and Column in Rome. Also important to the film is the work of noted artist Radu Oltean who crafted original illustrations depicting Dacian and Roman battle encounters.