When: 06/11/2019 17:00, PDT
Where: North City Bistro and Wine Shop in ShorelineEVENT DETAILS:
Japanese, Korean, Vietnamese, Chinese, Thai, Laotian, Khmer, Mongolian, and Hmong-Speaking Translators and Interpreters… PLEASE JOIN US!!
Are you an interpreter or translator of any of these languages? Then let’s eat and talk! To our Chinese-language interpreters – it’s been a year since our last visit at the bistro. We’d love to see you all again! Please bring a guest, and join us for an enjoyable evening on Tuesday, June 11, 2019 from 5:00PM – 7:00PM at the North City Bistro and Wine Shop (1520 NE 177th St. Shoreline, WA 98155).
Important details: DELICIOUS FOOD; Happy Hour prices run until 6:30PM; Parking is available in front of the bistro as well as across the street in the Water District parking lot as of 5:00PM. Live music will begin at 7:00PM. If you wish to stay and listen to the music, a cover charge will be applied to your tab, and will be donated directly to the musicians. If you have questions, please email Maria Farmer at email@example.com.
Language Exchange is located in beautiful Skagit Valley, half-way between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia, a richly linguistically and culturally diverse corridor with ties to China, Japan, southeastern Asia, Russia, eastern Europe and Latin America. With funding from a variety of private and public sector entities, Language Exchange has grown to a regional center for meeting language needs. Our translation services have expanded nationally as clients discover our years of translation experience and unique northwest expertise.
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