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Club in Casablanca

Discussion forum for expats moving to or living in Morocco.

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Club in Casablanca

Post Posted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 3:36 am

Hi everyone - me again!

I was just wondering if anyone would be interested if I was to start a club in Casablanca, where we could all meet and do things together? I'm 22 years old...and i'm actually interested in dancing - would anyone be interested if I started a dance club? (Or maybe that's a stupid idea!).

I'm really thinking about starting an 'expat' club in Casa where we could all just meet up and do things together. I know there's a bookclub in Marrakesh - maybe people would be interested in something like that but in Casa?

Let me know! All ideas are welcome.

Amy

 

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Re: Club in Casablanca

Post Posted: Fri May 12, 2006 3:43 pm

Hi Amy,

Your idea about a club is verry interesting.I will be moving to Marocco to Casablanca in two months and i dont know anybody there except my boyfriend who is maroccan.I would love to establish some contacts with foreing people who are already living there,before i get there and maybe join your club.

Alexandra

 

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Re: Club in Casablanca

Post Posted: Fri Feb 02, 2007 1:30 am

- AmyWong

Hi everyone - me again!

I was just wondering if anyone would be interested if I was to start a club in Casablanca, where we could all meet and do things together? I'm 22 years old...and i'm actually interested in dancing - would anyone be interested if I started a dance club? (Or maybe that's a stupid idea!).

I'm really thinking about starting an 'expat' club in Casa where we could all just meet up and do things together. I know there's a bookclub in Marrakesh - maybe people would be interested in something like that but in Casa?

Let me know! All ideas are welcome.

Amy



Hi Amy,
Your idea sounds great! Please get in touch!

 

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Re: Club in Casablanca

Post Posted: Mon Feb 05, 2007 4:43 am

Hi Amy,

That sounds great! I will be moving to Casa in July.
So count me in, If 37 not to old. I could handle a book
Club or a girls dinner out club. However I think i'm
to old for a dance club. so keep me posted.


Stacy (zaydosmom)

 

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Re: Club in Casablanca

Post Posted: Tue Feb 13, 2007 5:34 pm

I am also interested in the idea of a book club, although dancing from time to time is always enjoyable. Please get in touch with me if it isn`t too late.

Kathryn

 

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Re: Club in Casablanca

Post Posted: Tue Sep 11, 2007 8:35 pm

hi long time ago you were discussing the book club. did it workedout? i am moving to casablanca in october and i am always interested in meeting people with same interest like reading....are there other places where expats meet?
bettina

 

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