Indiana Council on World Affairs

Adventures in International Dining                                        

A program for "International Adventures"


Adventures in International Dining is a program where members and guests visit an ethnic restaurant for a culinary experience. On occasion, the proprietor discusses the menu and cultural heritage of the food. It is a way to support Indianapolis' diverse international community as well as to learn about various traditions in an authentic environment.

This program offers more social occasions while other ICWA programs feature educational sessions, such as the Distinguished Speakers and the Great Decisions.


During this summer, please join us for the next two International Adventures. The Indiana Council on World Affairs will be participating in the Asian Fest in June and dining at the Chin Brothers Burmese restaurant in July:

 

June 24, 2018, Sunday, 12:00 pm - 5:00 pm

Asian Fest - Featured Country - Burma / Myanmar

Indiana State Museum, White River State Park

650 W. Washington St., Indianapolis, IN 46204

FREE admission & $5 parking vouchers provided

RSVP by: June 24, 2018 <Event Registration>

 

July 16, 2018. Monday, 6:00 pm

Chin Brothers Restaurant -Authentic Burmese Dining

2318 E Stop 11 Rd, Indianapolis, IN 46227

Price - Reservations open by June 1, 2018                                                            

 

For the full invitation, with the two events: ADVENTURES

 


To receive e-mail notification of the dining events and other ICWA programs, you are invited to join the Indiana Council on World Affairs <Membership>.







Academic WorldQuest


 

Academic WorldQuest is a nationwide program of the World Affairs Councils of America.

 

It is administered locally by the Indiana Council on World Affairs, along with the University of Indianapolis.

 

The 2018 competition will be held on Saturday, February 17, 2018, 11:00 - 4:15 pm, at the University of Indianapolis, Schwitzer Hall, 1400 E. Hanna Ave., Indianapolis, IN 46227.

 

Any high school in the State of Indiana, public or private, is eligible to enter up to four teams for the competition which tests knowledge of international politics, geography, global economics, history, and world cultures.

 

Teams of four students, plus alternates, along with an academic coach, compete among high schools for a chance to win the contest and an expense-paid trip to the national Academic WorldQuest competition, April 28, 2018, in Washington, D.C. It is funded by the Indiana Council on World Affairs.

 

 

 

Indiana Council on World Affairs welcomes sponsors for world affairs youth education.


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