Please allow us to invite you to some of these community events, that we either organize or help co-organize.
“Ententýky” by Viola Theatre
Saturday morning, May 6, 9:30am at Lucie Stern Community Center (1305 Middlefield Rd Ste 1, Palo Alto, California 94301)
Czech School of California is proud to partner with the famous Divadlo Viola in organizing a wonderful event for the whole family. This Saturday morning will belong to our children and their parents. Viola Theatre will feature their most famous show “Ententýky” – a show full of playful poems, songs, rhymes and fairy tales by the Czech authors.
Author, Pavel Jurkovič: “I hope this show will remain about joy of life, happiness from the play, from the poetry and from the music.”
For more information about this wonderful show and to buy tickets: http://violatheatre.eventbrite.com/
Czech Beer at the Bierhouse sponsored by Kancelar bez Hranic
Friday, May 12, 7:00pm – 10:00pm at Bierhaus (383 Castro Street, Mountain View, CA 94041)
Join Czech School of California and our long-time partner and supporter of the school Kancelar bez Hranic for a beer with other Czech mates working in the Valley. David Pavlik, a Silicon Valley veteran and co-founder of Kancelar bez Hranic (Professional real estate investments management in the Czech Republic.), will be there available to chat about the possibilities of investments in the Czech real estate. Light refreshments will be available. Please RSVP for free at Eventbrite so we have enough space for everyone.
CEconnection panel discussion – Beyond Silicon Valley “Should I stay or should I go”
Tuesday, May 16, 6PM at DocuSign – Embacadero (221 Main Street, 15th floor, San Francisco)
Czech School of California became part of a network of Central European innovation communities – CEconnection. Join us for its first panel discussion about Silicon Valley.
Silicon Valley is no longer the only destination for European tech talent. Today, aspiring entrepreneurs can find opportunities, both at home and globally, for exponential growth and access to capital. In Europe, a thriving landscape of highly competitive innovation hubs has emerged, often in unexpected places.
Despite competition from other regions, Silicon Valley continues to lead innovation rankings and is a massive global talent magnet. However, at a time when immigrant policies affecting the Valley are becoming less predictable and more restrictive, European entrepreneurs increasingly must compare different global options to seek out their best location. Are we at the beginning of a global shift in talent flows? And who will benefit?
Panel discussion will feature the top talent from Austria, Czech Republic, Poland, Hungary and Slovakia. For more information please follow our Facebook page or sign up for our newsletter.
June 10 at 1pm. Meet at the picnic area Mallard at Lake Chabot, Castro Valley
You are invited to the Czech School of California and American Sokol traditional children’s party and get-together. BBQ will be ready to use and the grill will be on with hotdogs. Feel free to bring your favorite dish to share. Games for kids from 1.30 pm – 3 pm. Everybody plays – Everybody wins! Please follow our Facebook page for more information.