The International Club of Annapolis (ICA) is a small, non-profit membership organization, founded in 1962, whose mission is to bring together people in the Annapolis area who have an interest in international affairs.
To promote this mission, the all-volunteer ICA board arranges monthly dinners for members, September through June, with guest speakers from our own and other countries who can informatively talk about the culture, history, and the international-relations impact of their respective countries.
Presentations have ranged from pure historical and cultural descriptions of the countries, to discussion of very sensitive and timely issues in which the countries are involved. The latter have included military, financial, governance, and socio-economic issues. Since no audio/visual equipment or media coverage have been allowed at the Club meetings, the country representatives have been able to present and discuss the most sensitive and comprehensive topics freely and without attribution.
The schedule is finalized in late August. Visit the Dinner Meeting Information page.