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One of the advantages of requiring bookings to be made via Eventbrite is that we get an idea of the number of people likely to attend an event. For the AGM at 18:00 BST on Thursday 7 July it is clear that we do not yet have enough members booked to enable us to hope to achieve the quorum requirements (The constitution requires a minimum of 20 members being present).
To avoid the necessity of having to reconvene the meeting, please can more members try to attend this year's AGM!

Thursday 7 July, 18:00 BST - ONLINE - Annual General Meeting - MEMBERS ONLY
The AGM is listed on Eventbrite as a private meeting and so is not searchable. A direct link to the register for the meeting is provided above. The registration page is password protected, the password is included in the AGM paperwork that was sent out with the Spring News File.
Can't find your password? Reply to this alert message.

Wednesday 20 July, 19:00 BST - Book Club - ONLINE - The Lost Spell by Yismake Worku, translated by Bethlehem Attfield
Didimos Dore has turned himself into a dog. Unable to remember the spell to turn him back, he must journey home to Addis Ababa; to a wife and children who suspect nothing of his dabbling in the occult.

Tuesday 2 August, 19:00 BST - Lecture - HYBRID - 75th Anniversary of Ethiopian Airlines by Michael Yohannes
Doors open 18:00 BST, Ethiopian Embassy, 17 Princes Gate, London SW7 1PZ
Ethiopian Airlines is one of the most successful businesses in Ethiopia and has now been operating for more than 75 years. It was founded on December 30, 1945, by Emperor Haile Selassie with assistance from the American Trans World Airlines (TWA) and commenced operations on 8 April 1946, with a weekly service between Addis Ababa and Cairo with five Douglas DC-3 propeller-driven aircraft.
Michael Yohannes is the UK country manager for Ethiopian Airlines.
You can also book for the online version of the event.

Thursday 18 August , 19:00 BST - Lecture - HYBRID - On Culture and Conflict by Stephen Rickerby and Lisa Shekede
Doors open 18:30 BST,  Ethiopian Community in Britain, 2a Lithos Road, London NW3 6EF
Stephen and Lisa will talk about their work restoring church wall paintings in Tigray, their efforts to improve the livelihoods of the local communities and the formation of their new charity to provide humanitarian aid.
You can also book for the online version of the event.

Tuesday 20 September, 19:00 BST - Book Club - ONLINE - In Ethiopia with a Mule by Dervla Murphy
A classic travel book by Dervla Murphy, who died earlier this year. Inspired by childhood stories of Prester John and the Queen of Sheba, in 1966 Dervla Murphy bought Jock, an amiable pack-mule, in order to trek across the highlands of Ethiopia.
 
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