Udaleku 2016

EguzkiaThis year's Udaleku, or Basque culture camp for kids between the ages of 10-15, will be held in Salt Lake City, Utah, hosted by the Basque Club of Utah, July 10-22nd. Cost of Udaleku is $375 and camp registration will take place this Tuesday, March 1, 2016 at 6pm PST. This phase of the process is basic information about the camper and serves as a place marker for your child. If your camper is fortunate enough to go, you will receive a more complete application requesting all the necessary information later on. Camp fills in the blink of an eye, so it is recommended that everyone be at their computers at the ready. For more information about Udaleku click here. The link to the registration form can be found here.

Recent Mus Results

We are taking this opportunity to congratulate the winners of several of our NABO Basque clubs' Mus Tournaments. NABO Mus finals will be held in Lincoln, CA hosted by the Iparreko Ibarra Basque Club on Saturday June 11th. For anyone still hoping to place, there are still several tournaments to be held, so don't give up. For a listing of Mus Tournaments click here. Mila esker to all the clubs for sharing your results and photos with us! Zorionak/Congratulations to the following winners:

MusBig Horn Basque Club, Buffalo, WY:
1st: Jason Camino and Mick Camino
2nd: Alberta Escoz and Baleigh Rodriguez

Chino Basque Club:
1st: Carlos and Ignacio Gamboa and
2nd: Jose Luis Urrutia and Jacinto Villanueva

San Francisco Basque Club:
1st:Roger Idiart and Pierre Masse
2nd: Felipe Cerdan and Juan Jose Vizcay

San Francisco Basque Cultural Center:
1st: Jean Pierre Ansola and Marcel Elicagaray
2nd: Gina Espinal-Aguerre and Mike Aguerre

Txoko Ona Basque Club, Homedale, ID:
1st: Xanti Alcelay and Nick Bicandi



Hidden in Plain Sight at Sparks Museum and Cultural Center

Hidden in Plain SightThe Sparks Museum and Cultural Center inaugurated a miniature version of the Basque exhibit "Hidden in Plain Sight" on February 2, 2016. The exhibit was curated by the Boise Basque Museum and Cultural Center and was originally displayed for three months at Ellis Island in New York in 2010. The exhibit in Sparks will also be complemented by Saturday lectures by William A. Douglass Center for Basque Studies faculty and graduate students. The exhibit will be open through mid-May. To see a short news report on the exhibit, click here.



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