||July 3rd, 2003
- ELNA Board Meeting. Every member of ELNA has the right to be present
and observe the decisions of their Board of Directors during this all-day
- Getting-Acquainted Evening. Get to know old and new friends through
amusing games and friendly discussion.
||(Independence Day) July 4th, 2003
- In the morning, the convention is officially opened, with keynote
presentations and greetings from representatives of other Esperanto
groups. Afterwards, the program splits into separate talks and
workshops that participants can choose from, including tours of the
MIT campus and excursions into Boston.
- During the day, the ELNA book service will be open for attendees
to browse and purchase from.
- In the evening, there'll be an outdoor BBQ and concerts
(see invited guests) and a chance to
walk to the bank of the Charles River and watch the fireworks.
- In the late evening, after the official program has ended,
the "youth program" will just be starting...
||July 5th, 2003
- From morning to afternoon, the program continues with more talks,
workshops, excursions, and the ELNA General Meeting. The
service will be open.
- The evening will be spent again in a program of music
(see invited guests), food, and fun.
More details to come.
||July 6th, 2003
- The workshops and meetings will finish up in the morning, and a formal
convention closing will bring the event to an end at noon.
- Excursions into the city will be available for those wanting to spend
the afternoon in Boston.
- Those people heading to the NASK
Esperanto courses in Vermont can ride together in the afternoon.
(If you want to spend three weeks in a wonderful mountain retreat improving
your Esperanto skills, consider NASK!)