Jazz and Wine Evening Being Held for St George’s International School Scholarship for the ArtsLuxembourg-Hamm, 12 April 2016 – St George’s International School, Luxembourg ASBL is inviting the public to come enjoy a South American wine tasting with live jazz and nibbles on April 30th from 7:00pm to 9:30pm. Guests will have the opportunity to purchase beautiful artwork produced by the School’s IGCSE and A-level students, some of which was on display at the European Court of Auditors earlier this year. All funds raised on the evening will go to the newly established Scholarship for the Arts which will benefit students at St George’s who wish to pursue a career in the arts, to attend summer music, art or drama festivals, or who need to purchase professional instruments in order to continue their studies. The event will be hosted by Mélange Design & Style, located in Dommeldange, with live jazz music performed by The Enigma Ensemble. This event is registered with UNESCO and is part of their International Jazz Day festivities. More information and a list of events worldwide can be found at http://jazzday.com/events/ #JazzDay Tickets can be purchased in person or by phone at St George’s International School (www.st-georges.lu, tel. 42 32 24) or at Mélange (www.melange.info, tel. 42 27 25 440) for 12 euros per person or 20 euros for two.
Jambange Mind Body And Spirit InstituteRegistered charity number: 1137382 Jambange Mind Body And Spirit Institute’s method of operation:
- Provides advocacy/advice/information
- Provides services
- Makes grants to organisations
- Provides human resources
- Overseas aid/famine relief
- General charitable purposes
- The prevention or relief of poverty
- Religious activities
- Economic/community development/employment
- The advancement of health or saving of lives
- The general public/mankind
Jambange Mind Body And Spirit Institute’s charitable objectives:1) to advance the hindu faith in accordance with the teachings of the bhagavad gita the upanishads and the vedas of india and to propagate the teachings of lord buddha who is considered the tenth incarnation of vishnu according to hinduism. 2) to relIeve poverty 3) to relieve sickness and promote health including by supporting a medical facility in rimbick, darjeeling india. 4) to promote religious harmony for the benefit of the public by: a) educating the public in different religious beliefs including an awareness of their distinct features and their common ground to promote good relations between persons of different faiths. b) promoting knowledge and mutual understanding and respect of the beliefs and practices of different religious Faiths.
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En interview avec Karsten Roloff de mélange
by Sebastian Reddeker (Shopping in Luxembourg – Good Idea)Depuis 2012, Karsten Roloff a développé dans son magasin « mélange – Inspired by India » un nouveau concept de commercialisation. Chez « mélange », on retrouve un mélange de meubles de meilleurs designers exclusifs indiens et de diverses marques, des accessoires pour la maison et des textiles. Dans cette interview, Karsten Roloff parle en tant que fondateur et propriétaire sur ses innovations et les risques associés.
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