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A Virtual Talk & EANC Townhall

May 19 @ 8:00 pm 10:00 pm EDT

Join us this Friday evening for a night of important insights and engaging conversation! An informative talk and Q&A session with the Estonian Ambassador to the United States, followed by a public townhall to hear all of your thoughts and visions for the future of ESTO festivals. To best represent Estonian Americans, our council members need to hear from you!

Part 1. The View from Estonia: A Talk with the Estonian Ambassador

Guest speaker: Estonian Ambassador to the United States of America, Mr. Kristjan Prikk

Join us for an enlightening discussion and public Q & A with the Ambassador of Estonia to the United States, who will bring us Estonia’s perspective on:

  • Current situation in Ukraine;
  • What it all means for Estonia and Baltic Security, as well as for Europe and democracy as a whole;
  • What’s new in Estonia, and more.

As Estonians in the United States, we have a strong voice and need to stay informed to make a difference! Click here for more information about the upcoming Baltic Advocacy Days in Washington, D.C.

Part 2: An EANC Townhall: What is the future of “ESTO” festivals?

A quick look back at ESTO history and an engaging look forward. What does ESTO mean to you? Estonians in the US, we want to hope to hear it straight from you!

  • Townhall topics:
  • What does ESTO mean to you?
  • What is its mission today?
  • Where should ESTOs be held and how frequently?
  • What would attract you to attend an ESTO?
  • How far would you travel, and at what cost?
  • Would you host or help organize an ESTO?

Since 1952, the EANC has been the central, elected national body representing Estonian-American interests here in the US and abroad. Please share your thoughts, suggestions, ideas on how you see ESTOs moving forward, so that we can best represent the interests of Estonians in the US!

Eesti Rahvuskomitee Ühendriikides/Estonian American National Council

+1 978 397 0020

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