English Book Sale 2015 – Mark your calendar!

EnglishBooksaleDEF3 Check out the Book Sale page at http://awcbasel.org/book-sale

For more information contact Nicole at librarian.awc@gmail.com

Volunteers are needed for handing out pre-sale flyers, donating  baked foods for the refreshment stand and to help sell and stock books. Contact Nicole, librarian.awc@gmail.com to volunteer or sign up via Doodle at http://doodle.com/4kdvk6wykadzvf9h

 

April Wine Tasting Event

WineDesign  Join us along the Rhine for a delightful presentation by Mike Gasser, owner of “Wine & Design”, a charming wine boutique near the Mittlere Brücke and the Schifflände tram stop. Mike’s mother, Kate, has been a member of the AWC for forty-three years and we’d love to show some support for her son’s new venture! Mike’s focus on European wines is certain to introduce us to wines we may not have previously enjoyed. We’ll have a few nibbles with the wine, but it’s best if you have your evening meal prior to the tasting. Please RSVP to Candy at candyarbour@hotmail.com.  April 9,  7pm, Rheinsprung 1, 4051 Basel. Cost is 30CHF per participant

Basel Scavenger Hunt

   We have partnered with Basel Tourism to create a fun and interesting scavenger hunt through the city!  There will be lots of surprises and a prize to the winning team!Saturday, April 11 starting at 13:00 and ending at 16:00. Spouses and significant others are invited! Teams will be created ahead of time based on number of participants. The cost is 34 CHF per person.

Please RSVP to programs.awc@gmail.com as soon as possible in order to book the event officially with the Basel Tourism group. The event will be cancelled if there is not enough participation.

Champagne Brunch supporting SOS Mothers to Be

Sunday Champagne Brunch on April 19 from 13:00 – 16:00 for you and a guest.  Cost is 25CHF per person. All proceeds go to SOS Mothers to Be.  Please find event details here.

SOS Mothers-to-Be supports low-income mothers, fathers, couples and families during pregnancy and beyond.   SOS offers direct assistance by providing free second-hand children’s clothes, car seats, buggies, and toys.  Additionally, they provide counseling and referral to other organizations for specific needs.  Since 2010 SOS has served 126 families with 55 new families being assisted in 2013.  The organization is located in Riehen and run completely by seven primary volunteers, three of whom are Americans.  SOS collects gently used clothing and children’s items to give to our families in need.  Any monetary donations are used to pay rent, utilities, office supplies, purchase diapers, and second-hand buggies.