AZORES BUSINESSES

AZORES BUSINESSES We ask for help from everyone who can send us business contacts (restaurants, companies, hotels, services, etc.) from Azorean entrepreneurs in our emigration. We are preparing a study on this fact. We thank everyone who can help us.

Published on 21 January, 2020

Coffee in Azores

The Azores do not stop surprising the world and now coffee is also starting to be part of the cultivation plans and already has more than 50 producers. We already have the Azorean Coffee Producers Association. As far as we know, there are coffee growers on all the islands except Santa Maria.  

Published on 16 January, 2020

THE EMIGRANT SQUARE

And the work has already begun … our Dream is already taking shape and this summer will be the time for us to inaugurate our beautiful Emigrant Square. Donate with a phrase, picture to your family or business and help us do more for our emigrants. Inquire with us or visit our website – https://pracadoemigrante.cm-ribeiragrande.pt

Published on 13 January, 2020

MICAELENSE STYLE

On the island of São Miguel, we see marks in the architecture of the houses, churches, palaces, hermitages … unique features that experts call “the style of micaelense”. They are buildings that come from the seventeenth and eighteenth century and have classic marks, but with typical registration typical of the city. Unique things from our […]

Published on 7 January, 2020

THE EMIGRANT SQUARE – Reality in 2020

It is with joy that we announce that the works began from the largest square dedicated to all our emigrants and Azoreans – THE EMIGRANT SQUARE. It was 5 years fighting and finally will be a reality this year 2020. You can buy a piece of the Square and dedicate it to your family, learn […]

Published on 6 January, 2020

A NEW BOOK BY THE AZOREAN EMIGRANTS ASSOCIATION

The Association of Azorean Emigrants has published its first book. With the theme dedicated to American whaling, the work is dedicated to all generations, especially the younger ones. It had the coordination and research of Rui Faria, text by Patrícia Carreiro, illustration by Romeu Cruz and translation by Cristina Oliveira. To purchase, send us an […]

Published on 3 January, 2020

The genealogical masterpiece – Familias do Vale das Furnas, 1671-2017

The genealogical masterpiece – Familias do Vale das Furnas, 1671-2017, authored by Luis Miguel Rodrigues Martins was presented to the Furnense community living in the Toronto area on Sunday November 10th at the Mississauga Convention Centre. The book collection is the result of an exhaustive genealogical investigation that took 34 years to come to fruition, […]

Published on 26 November, 2019

US $ 10,000 for the restoration works of the Church of Ribeira Grande.

About four hundred people were present at the 16th Ribeiragrandenses of Canada Conviviality, an event that took place on the night of October 19th. Noteworthy is the raising of US $ 10,000 for the restoration works of the Church of Ribeira Grande. Welcome to all of you.  

Published on 24 October, 2019

#FindYourAzores Ribeira Grande & Rabo de Peixe friends

On the 5th of October 2019, the migrant gatherings of Rabo de Peixe (Rabo de Peixe, São Miguel) and the Friends of Ribeira Grande (Swansea, USA) took place. Longing to kill yourself and a lot of merry not to forget. Congratulations to all the organizers and committees involved.  

Published on 7 October, 2019

Lorenzo Hurricane destroys Lajes Harbour in Flores Island

#FindYourAzores Flores In this Hurricane we had no fatalities – most importantly. We highlight the only commercial port of Flores, the Port of Lajes. Since 1950 this is the port where everything arrives, from energy, food, essential supplies and others. But it was also here that many fishermen housed their boats that, unfortunately, Lorenzo also led […]

Published on 3 October, 2019

Laurinda Andrade (1899-1980)

Today we highlight a very important Azorean woman in the USA for teaching Portuguese and Azorean Language and Culture. From immigrant textile mill worker to Ivy League student to pioneering New Bedford educator, Laurinda C. Andrade (1899-1980) overcame barriers of tradition, poverty, language, and discrimination to establish the first high school Portuguese language department in […]

Published on 2 October, 2019

The AEA has signed a Cooperation Protocol with the Lusofonia Colloquiums

The Association of Azorean Emigrants has signed a Cooperation Protocol with the Lusofonia Colloquiums. Considering that the work of this organization has been a reference in the study and promotion of the Portuguese language. The EEA is now an official member and will contribute to making the Portuguese language a future language.

Published on 27 September, 2019