Forthcoming Events

Here is some information about the events that are planned for the months ahead.

Tuesday 20th March at 19:00 - OUSL AGM

Details of the venue are given in the formal letter of invitation which all members should have received. Please contact our Secretary at: secrtry "at" oxford "dot" lu (replace the “quoted” items by the appropriate symbols) if you have not received your letter. Please register if you intend to attend — the instructions for this are in your invitation letter.
Please remember that to be able to vote at the AGM you must have paid your subscription, which is €35,-. The details of the society’s bank account are at the bottom of this page.
After the AGM our member and longstanding honorary auditor Richard Goddard will give a talk on engraving and lithography in London in the 18th and early 19th centuries. Richard has recently published a book on engraving, “Drawing on Copper”.
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Thursday 22nd March at 18:00 - UK University Information Evening

We shall be representing the University of Oxford at this event, at the Centre Culturel Tramsschapp, 49 rue Ermesinde, Luxembourg-Limpertsberg.
Volunteers are requested, to come and talk to secondary students about their experience at Oxford. Please let the Secretary know at: secrtry "at" oxford "dot" lu (replace the “quoted” items by the appropriate symbols) if you could take part. The event starts at 18:00, and should be finished by 20:00.

For more information, please download the poster.
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Saturday 24th March at 17:00 - Varsity Boat Races

The Boat Races will take place this year on Saturday, 24 March, with the women’s race starting at 5.31 pm and the men’s at 6.32 pm Luxembourg time.
The Dark and the Light Blues are invited to watch the races together on two big screens. As our traditional venue has closed down the venue this year will be at Cambridge Society member Laurent Frideres’ house. The address is given in the e-mail members have received.

Members are very welcome to bring family, including children. There is plenty of space for them to play in the garden if the weather permits or indoors if it doesn’t. The doors will open at 5.00 pm in preparation for the women’s race at 5.31 pm.

Beer, wine and soft drinks will be available and there will also be snacks, so we would like to have an indication of numbers. If you are planning to come, please let Laurent know at lafrideres "at" cantab "dot" net with a copy to our Secretary at secrtry "at" oxford "dot" lu (replace the “quoted” items by the appropriate symbols). The doors will stay open after the races for an after party.
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Tuesday 17th April at 18:00 - Invitation from the Stanford Club: “The Space Industry in Luxembourg”

The Stanford Club Luxembourg have invited our members to their upcoming event “Reaching for the Stars - The Space Industry in Luxembourg”. The Deputy Prime Minister Etienne Schneider will open the event and give his vision of the Grand Duchy’s role in the emerging space industry. The speech will be followed by an interactive panel discussion with senior Luxembourg executives and conclude with a walking dinner where participants will have the opportunity to network.

The event will start at 18:00 at the offices of BGL BNP Paribas in Kirchberg. Please see the invitation for the the full agenda and details of the evening.
You can RSVP by registering on Eventbrite or by emailing: stanfordluxembourg "at" gmail "dot" com (replace the “quoted” items by the appropriate symbols) with your name and association/club. Registration Link:

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