AMCA Toronto, an association of students and friends of Croatian Universities, founded in 1990, has become the centre of intellectual life of the Croatian community in Southern Ontario (Canada). It is the largest and the most vibrant association of its kind outside of Croatia.
A widely popular, thought provoking and fun way of socializing. The Club which is open to all book loving AMCA members is meeting once a month.
Initiated in year 2012 the club accomplished numerous urban hikes within the beautiful Toronto ravines and surrounding lands. The objective is to enjoy and explore natural wonders, learn about local heritage,
enjoy the company of friends and exercise in a friendly and healthy environment.
AMCA Youth was established in summer 2012 when young Croatian newcomers joined AMCA. Members of AMCA Youth enjoy the possibility of exploring Croatian and Canadian culture through academic and leisure activities. They also provide assistance and expertise in promoting and organizing these activities.
AMCA Toronto: Oliver Dragojević – Trace in Eternity, Friday April 12, 2019 at Baka Gallery Cafe AMCA Toronto invites its members and community at large to a multimedia cultural and music program, to celebrate the life and works of Oliver Dragojević, on Friday April 12, 2019 at 7:30 pm at Baka Gallery Cafe, 2256 Bloor Street West, Toronto. Presentations, videos, recitals and live music perfor
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto is pleased to invite its members and community at large to a presentation of bilingual (Croatian and English) edition of The Canon of Croatian Poetry – 1450-2000 by Ivo and Vinka Šoljan. Ivo, who delivered a lecture “Why should we read classics” for AMCA Toronto in 2003, is a professor in the English Department, at Grand Valley State University, while Vin
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and guests to our sixth Christmas Party on Wednesday December 5, 2018 at Baka Gallery Cafe, starting at 7 pm. Let us spend a pleasant evening accompanied by friends and colleagues, with hors d’oeuvres, drinks and Christmas music. Admission for members with paid membership fee for 2018 and for students is free. Non-members $20. For res
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto is excited to invite its members and community at large to a lecture Pelješac Bridge – the Most Important Transportation Project in Croatian History by Željko Marušić, Professor at the Faculty for Transportation and Traffic Sciences at the University of Zagreb, a leading Croatian expert and opinion maker in areas of transport and traffic safety, on F
Dear friends and colleagues, Below you can find the flyer for the 17th AMCA Toronto Gala, with details. Please note that the price of a ticket includes a shot of liquor during the cocktail and two bottles of wine per table of 6. Keynote Speaker: Đuro Vidmarović – President of the Association of Croatian Writers Cocktails: 6:00pm (1 shot included in price of admission) Program: 7:00pm Dinner
Dear colleagues and friends, Attached are the details of the trip and some photos of the locations which we will visit. We will taste wine, cheese, walk along some of the most beautiful shores of Lake Ontario, visit a lake on the mountain, stroll lovely streets of Picton and have a dinner at a golf Club with a beautiful view. The price of the bus ticket is $40 for members of AMCA Toronto, $45 for
AMCA Toronto invites you to our ninth Mid-Spring Night’s Dream dinner party, featuring Pola ure kulture program. Where: Croatia Restaurant, 1989A Dundas St. East, Mississauga When: Saturday, May 26, 2017 – Cocktail starts at 6:30 pm (cash bar) Dance Music: Ivo Zanoski Extras: Pola ure kulture, Lottery Draw Tickets (includes admission, wonderful dinner and great entertainment): Members
AMCA Toronto Call for Scholarship Applications for Croatian Language and Culture 2018 Summer School at University of Split and a detailed description of the course. Deadline for applications is May 15, 2018. Location: Split is a beautiful, medieval town on the Adriatic coast. It is home to stunning architecture, including Diocletian’s Palace erected by the Roman emperor in the 4th cen