Clubs & Associations
Argentine Northamerican Cultural Insitute (ICANA)
Civil, non-profit organization founded in 1927 and run by Argentinians with the aim of furthering the cultural and education exchange between Argentina and United States. Courses, events, student advice, USA visas. Maipu 672, Buenos Aires City
Fundacion Shakespeare Argentina
Non-profit cultural organization dedicated to further the life and works of William Shakespeare in Argentina. Educational resources, audiovisual material, projects. Santa Fe 1762, first floor A, Recoleta, Buenos Aires City.
Internations Buenos Aires
Local information and activities of Internations international expat community.
ESSARP - English Speaking Scholastic Association of the Rive...
Founded in 1926 to provide a forum of interchange between the heads of British-type schools in Argentina and Uruguay. Training courses for primary and secondary teachers, specialist education library. Esmeralda 672, 7th floor, C1007ABF Buenos Aires City
The English Speaking Union of Argentina
Independent non-political, educational charity with members throughout the UK and USA and branches in more than 50 countries worldwide, with the purpose of promoting international understanding and human development through the use of English.
Morris Gelman Club. Since 1924, this non-profit international organization offers a proven and enjoyable way to practice and hone speaking and communication skills. 1st and 3rd Thursday of the month, 19:15-21:00. Quintana 161, 3rd floor, Buenos Aires Cit
Casi Nuevo (Nearly new)
"Nearly New" is a charity shop that sells books, small household items and clothes. Run by volunteers in support of BABS home for the elderly. Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday 09:00-18:00, Saturday 10:00-12:30. Av. Santa Fe 512, Acassuso (North).
Non-profit social organization promoting education and training as a means to enhance the future of individuals and organizations. Promotion of decent employment for youth and development of social consciousness. Av. de Mayo 1385, Buenos Aires City.
Garden Club Argentino
Founded in 1921 with English origins and continued influence, organizes flower shows and courses in landscaping, horticulture, flower arrangements, gardening as therapy and as a means of education. Peru 639, 5th floor 20, Buenos Aires City