The ACAP is an organization dedicated to affording American and Canadian citizens the opportunity to enjoy the culture and heritage of their native countries while enjoying and adapting to the customs and history of Peru.
The non-profit South American Explorers (SAE) is the best overall source of travel information if you are looking to travel, explore, conduct research or volunteer in South America.
This Toastmasters Club is an English-language public speaking workshop. Members improve their communication abilities by giving prepared and impromptu speeches on a wide range of topics. Membership is mixed between English-speaking Peruvians and foreigners living in, or visiting, adress:Paseo de la República 6065 Miraflores, Lima, Lima 18, Peru 51-1-654-3524 Meeting Time: 7:30 PM, Thursday Club Status: Open to all
From public speaking, presentations to general conversations, Toastmasters will strengthen your communication skills and boost your confidence. Lima Toastmasters started in 1960 and meets every Thursday from 1:00 to 3:00pm at the Lima Cricket Club- Justo Vigil 200, Magdalena.
The entrance is s/.10- guests and S/.15- Members
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RC Lima Sunrise meets every Thursday at 7:30 AM until 8:30 AM. at Calle Santa Luisa 205, San Isidro (continuation of Av. Conquistadores). If you are interested in visiting or joining the club, you may contact Ken Clay at 945 086 071.
The Canadian Alumni Association is open to anybody who has studied in Canada. Most of the members are Peruvian, but expats are encouraged to join. The Association organizes lectures and social events several times a year.
An informal women’s wine club in Lima for women with “no pretension of knowing anything about wine except that we enjoy drinking it”. Meetings are held once a month at a member’s home and feature an evening of light-hearted wine tasting and conversation.
The American Women’s Literary Club is a non-profit association in Peru supporting education since 1922. The AWLC mission is to provide intellectual and cultural exchange for English-speaking women of diverse backgrounds and interests in an atmosphere of friendship. The club has general meetings each month April through November from 3:00 pm to 5:00 pm and a special luncheon for the membership in March, as well as a Holiday Tea in December. Extracurricular groups meet throughout the year for field trips or special events which are scheduled during the day or in the evening. The AWLC has participated for nine decades in community service supporting selected charities. Proceeds from publications such as the AWLC bilingual cookbooks or fundraising through the annual Noche de Musica support the education of young people and future teachers in Peru. The AWLC sponsors an annual English contest “English is a Key” to promote English-language learning. If interested in membership, please contact [email protected] – or for more information, www.awlcinperu.com – Facebook ‘ The American Women´s Literary Club of Peru’