Euskal Kazeta

Jaialdi 2010 Organizers Seek Event Sponsors

November 13, 2009

This is one in a series of Euskal Kazeta reports leading up to Jaialdi 2010. Organizers of Jaialdi 2010 are looking for sponsors for several marquee events to be held this summer at the international Basque festival. The ...

Popularizing Basque Pelota

November 10, 2009

When it comes to handball in the United States, you can't help but think about the Basque people. Read More »...

Basque Tree Carvings – A Living Legacy Threatened

November 1, 2009

Basque Sheepherder Carvings in the Sierras from Euskal Kazeta Basque News on Vimeo. Across the West, Basque immigrants worked as sheepherders from 1800s to the 1960s. During the summer months, sheepherders would trail with their sheep up into the mountain ranges, where fresh water streams and lush pastu...

Great Basque Music, Wine at Winnemucca Party

October 12, 2009

Connoisseurs of fine Basque wine and aficionados of great Basque music won't want to miss the Santa Rosa Basque Club's dinner party this Saturday Oct. 17 at the Winnemucca Convention Center. Amuma Says No and Jean Flesher w...

Boise Basque Museum Seeks Artifacts for Ellis Island Exhibit

September 30, 2009

The unique and colorful history of the Basque people will soon be showcased during a high-profile exhibit at Ellis Island in New York City. Read More »...

Basque History in Shoshone Showcased

September 29, 2009

Professor John Bieter of Boise State University will be leading a discussion October 3 about the history of Basque people in Lincoln County and elsewhere in Idaho. Read More »...

Carson City Festival – Basque Culture on Parade

September 16, 2009

Carson City will be a hotbed of cultural activities this Sunday during the popular St. Teresa of Avila Basque Festival. As many as 2,000 people have attended past festivals. This weekend's event, which will be held at the ci...

Dancing is the Highlight at Chino Picnic

September 11, 2009

By Nancy Zubiri The Chino Basque Club annual picnic on Sunday, Sept. 6 was a showcase for Basque folk dancing, with exceptional performances from youth of all ages. Chino has so many young dancers that it boasts of four dance groups, and its male teens are part of a fifth gr...

Culture Galore during Chino Basque Club Picnic Weekend

August 30, 2009

The Chino Basque Club will be hosting a weekend of culture, great food and musical performances as part of its annual festival that begins Friday, Sept. 4 with a concert in Claremont. Read More »...

Gardnerville Basque Picnic – Something for Everyone

August 5, 2009

A wood chopping competition, an afternoon barbecue and a NABO-sponsored celebration of Basque music will be among the events in the spotlight this weekend at the Gardnerville Basque Picnic. The day-long festival will be held...

“Amuma Says No” Highlights San Inazio Dance Parties

July 31, 2009

Hometown band “Amuma Says No” will be rocking Boise’s Basque Block tomorrow night and Sunday during two street dances at the popular San Inazio Festival. Amuma Says No is known for its catchy mix of traditional and modern B...

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