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.
Pozivam ljubitelje prirode da se pridruze laganom hodanju na Mary Lake/Apple Orchard stazama u nedjelju Sep 28. u 10:30 prije podne. Hodanje ce trajati oko dva sata, laganim tempom kroz brezuljkast i sumovit teren. Sume vec polako mijenjaju boje, a jabuke u Apple Orchard su socne i slasne. Preporucam ‘hiking boots’ ili cvrste cipele za hodanje i primjernu odjecu. Ponesite vodu, lagani
Dear colleagues and friends, We are forwarding an invitation to the First Croatian Contemporary Film Review which will take place at Baka Café on September 30 and October 3. AMCA Toronto is one of the official supporters of this event. For reservations please call 416 629 5850 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org. The details are attached. See you all at Baka Cafe, AMCA Toronto
Evening Moderator: Perica Sever Date: September 12, 2014 – 7.30 pm Place: U of T Faculty Club – 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto BOOK: New Finnish Grammar by Diego Marani (First published in 2000) Attendees: Nada Raffay, Tonica & Andrija Duic, Gordana & Ivan Vukin, Branka Komparic, Vesna & Luksa Delfin, Mika & Toni Vukas, Sanja Madunic, Lada Demarin, Elizabeth Sakac, Ante Bilic, Ja
It is my pleasure to announce that, due to the large number of highly qualified applicants this year, AMCA Toronto Board of Directors has decided to award two $500 bursaries, in addition to the two $1,000 scholarships. The recipients are as follows: Mihael Plut, Vivodina, Croatia Mihael completed his undergraduate studies at the Faculty of Mechanical Engineering and Naval Architecture at the Unive
We are forwarding an invitation to AMCA Toronto Spring Dinner, organized this year by Vida Grosl, Martin Fabek and Lily Kment. Vida, Martin and Lily are preparing an excellent evening, so let us support them and wish them a complete success. Please hurry with reservations. Click here to see an invitation.
Dear Colleagues and Friends of AMCA Toronto! It is our pleasure to announce that this spring AMCA Toronto is organizing a one-day excursion to Simcoe County on Saturday, May 10, 2014. to visit the three historic picturesque towns: Midland, Penetanguishene, and Orillia of the Ontario colonial heritage. The price for the bus, including car parking, is $25 for AMCA members, $20 for students and AMCA
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and community at large to an evening with David Carson, a former Director, Legal Services Branch with the Ontario Ministry of Aboriginal Affairs, on Friday, April 25, 2014 at 8 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, at 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. This interesting lecture, “Overview of Some Historical Events and Issues Involving Abor
Dear colleagues and friends, AMCA Toronto invites its members and community at large, to an evening with prof. Donna Orwin from U of T, on Friday, March 28, 2014 at 8 pm, at the Faculty Club of U of T, at 41 Willcocks Street, Toronto. This interesting lecture, “Why Tolstoy War Writing Does Not Grow Old”, deals with writings of Russian classic Leo Tolstoy. The lecture will be in English