The Azores House in Algarve is hosting the IX Cultural Week “Açores – Letras, Música, Artes e Sabores” from November 19th to 25th. A week of celebrations, exhibitions and music, highlighting the Azorean culture. See the complete Program in the attachment below.
Last week, a friend and associate of this Association, the emigrant Filomeno Jorge from Pico Island and emigrant in British Columbia, Canada, was visiting the Project “Saudades da Terra”. He is a person who greatly helped in the accomplishment of the homage project about Portuguese Joe “Shore to Shore” in 2015. Filomeno Jorge is already […]
Today November 7th, the Association of Azorean Emigrants had the privilege of accompanying the American consul in the Azores Jason Chue, during a guided visit to the Museum of the Azorean Emigration, in the city of Ribeira Grande. A visit that highlighted the importance of this relic on the Azorean emigration, where it was stressed […]
Alvaro da Silva, 77, passed away Thursday October 5 at his home in Vallejo. Al was born in the Azores Islands of Portugal. He moved to San Francisco in 1958 at the age of 18 to go to school. He graduated from the University of San Francisco, worked for the Portuguese Consulate where he made […]
28The Regional Director of Communities highlighted in Florianópolis, Brazil, the importance of the Azorean cultural legacy “in the formation and construction of the society of Santa Catarina and in the identity of its people”. Paulo Teves, who spoke last Thursday at the signing ceremony of the municipal law nº 10.290 / 2017 that declared 2018 […]
“An Azorean Perspective on the Relations between Portugal and the USA: Post-World War II Period” by Luis Andrade (University of the Azores)
The event took place at The Center for Portuguese Studies and Culture University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, yesterday October 1st; it was Free and open to the public. The Association of Azorean emigrants had the opportunity to attend represented by our associate John Pacheco. The lecture “An Azorean Perspective on the Relations between Portugal and the […]
This year the Azores Emigrant Cup has carried out a campaign of fund raising in favor of the Association of Parents and Friends of Disabled Children of the Archipelago of the Azores (APACDAA). It was carried out with a silent auction and an initiative of sponsor the 18 holes, with plaques identifying each entity or […]
The Azores Emigrant Cup 6th Golf Tournament in São Miguel, took place on September 29th; 30t and October 1st. An initiative of the Association of Azorean Emigrants. Our objective is to encourage the emigrants to come together with their families, friends and descendants and practice Golf, approaching the Diaspora communities and the Azores. The Association […]
Yesterday, October 1st, it was the last day of the VI Golf Tournament in S. Miguel – Azores Cup of the Emigrant 2017 at the Batalha Golf Course. Many congratulations to the winner of this year’s Emigrant Cup, Andrew Puga of from Montreal. In addition to the trophy, the winner was also awarded the SATA […]
Today October 1st, at the Batalha golf course, it took place the last day of the annual tournament, Azores Emigrant Cup 2017. It was a spectacular day full of good humor and friendly atmosphere between local players and our participants from the United Estates of America and from Canada.
This year all the proceeds from the Silent Auction are to Sponsor the Associação de Pais e Amigos das Crianças Deficientes do Arquipélago dos Açores / Association of Parents and Friends of the Disabled Children of the Azores (APACDAA). Dear Players, Please take a few minutes to look at our items for the silent auction […]
Today September 29th, the Association of Azorean Emigrants and the organizing team had the pleasure of welcoming the players from the United States and Canada at the Furnas golf course, for the 6th edition of the Azores Emigrant Cup. It was the “FUN DAY”, a day full of great enthusiasm and good humor. This year we […]