Eventually you will attend an Area meeting and meet Circlers in that Area and after that you will attend the country’s Annual General Meeting (AGM) and meet many more Circlers.
Following this you may opt to attend the LCI AGM and then meet lots of Circlers from all over the world.
At the Innovation café Smart Cities you learn more about smart city developments, networks and funding possibilities from best practices as the Centre of Expertise Smart Sustainable cities, RDM Rotterdam and Online platform Smart Cities.
During the Smart & Safe City Event also the City organizes the festival ‘Futureproof The Hague” Experience our smart Future! During this festival The Hague shows their citizens the possibilities of the City of the Future, by Virtual Reality, the Data Mirror Room, Tinybot Tessa Robot, a drive in a virtual car, at several locations within The Hague Start Up’s present their innovations within containers.
LCI Vice President nominees (alphabetical order) Ellen Madau Hildur Halldorsdottir Kenza Sbihi Sirli Rooma Please click on the picture to read more about the nominee. Prachi Agarwal Please click on the pictures to read more […] AGM 2017 – Sönderborg, Denmark The LCI AGM conference 2017 will be in Sönderborg, Denmark 23.-27. Webpage Facebook Group AGM 2018 – Haugesund, Norway The LCI AGM conference 2018 will be in Haugesund, Norway. LCI Conference LCI Conference 2017 24-28 August 2017 Sönderborg, Denmark Read More…
AGM 2019 – Rotterdam, The Netherlands The LCI AGM conference 2019 will be in Rotterdam, The Netherlands Read More Do you want to travel? Anniversary 25th Anniversary of LC Latvia 15-17 September 2017 Riga, latvia Read More…
It is a remarkable experience sharing a bond with ladies from different parts of the globe, different cultures, different up bringing and yet, sharing one common goal and language true friendship.
Anniversary 25th Anniversary of LC1 Romania 6-8 October 2017 Brasov, […] Read More When you join Ladies’ Circle (LC) you normally attend a meeting of a local Circle in your town/village.
There you will make friends with members of that Circle.
Stonehenge Phase 1 (2950-2900BC) Begun in the late Neolithic, a circular bank nearly 2 metres high and 6 metres wide and with an internal diameter of 85 metres was built with chalk quarried from an outer ditch, the bright white fresh chalk contrasting vividly against the surrounding grassland.
The ditch would have been hacked out of the chalk with antler picks and appears to have been cut in individual sections, perhaps echoing the earlier style of monuments known as causewayed enclosures.