Donostia-San Sebastián. On the eve of the beginning of the 7th World Congress of Basque Collectivities, the Hotel Heredad de Unanue has organized an event at 7:30pm this Friday at its location (Errotazar Bidea 142, Donostia) a talk-interview with Basque-American, Kate Camino. Daughter and granddaughter, and mother of Basques committed to the US Basque community, her story will be enriching for all those who would like a firsthand look at the world of the Basque Diaspora, in this case from the North of the Rio Grande.
Born in the heart of a Basque family in Buffalo, Wyoming, Kate Camino speaks English, Basque, Spanish and French. Throughout her life, currently NABO Secretary, as well as secretary at the Center for Basque Studies at the University of Reno, Kate Camino has served in many capacities in the heart of the American Basque community going from a dantzari, to committed dance director, to collaborate in jundreds of events serving as club secretary in Buffalo, Wyoming, and Reno, Nevada as well as president of the latter, Udaleku director/organizer for NABO five times, Basque/English interpreter for the courts, supporter of activities and, ventures and in general a good number of initiatives that keep the Basque flame alive in North America.
This Basque American of Lower Navarrese origin will be presented this Friday at 7:30 at the Hotel Heredad de Unanue by Joseba Etxarri and will respond to his questions, as well as those from the audience. Admission is free and open to the public.