- “Let’s Talk About America” lecture series
Every Thursday at 6 PM U.S. Embassy officers or American citizens who are working in Mongolia give presentations about America. The participants receive information about the history, culture, art and nature of America and improve their language skills. (Please note that this program runs from September until the end of June every year)
- Internet Service
The American Culture and Information Center offers free internet service to the public. There are 6 high speed workstations connected to the internet for patrons to access a wide range of information. This internet service began in November 2004 and each year approximately 11.000 readers use the service.
- DVC Training and Conferences
We successfully organized the “Let’s Talk About America” lecture with Khovd, Darhan-Uul Aimag and Mongolian University of Science and Technology. Also, U.S. and Mongolian high school students have been connected by DVC conference.
- Movie Night
Movie night starts at 4 PM every Wednesday. We show American movies and documentaries on widescreen for our members. They can choose which movie to watch and discuss the movie with other members.
- Watching Videos
Visitors who are trying to increase their listening comprehension, have the possibility to watch about 370 video programs. Those videos include movies and documentaries about U.S. history, culture, art and society provided by U.S. State Department. Four televisions are available with headpieces to watch CDs, DVDs, or VSR. The U.S. State Department is adding new movies each year.
- UB English Book Club
Every Friday at 6 pm UB English book club is jointly organized by Peace Corps volunteers and English Teaching Assistants. AC librarians send an internet link of selected book in that month to readers and they talk about that book in English with facilitators. (Please note that this program runs from September until the end of June every year).
- Game Day
Every Tuesday at 2- 4pm educational and funny games are organized for participants who want to improve their English vocabulary and knowledge about the America.
- Kids Program
AC is partnering and hosting Mongolian 4H youth organizations kids program/English lesson, drawing lesson and drama lesson/ on every Saturday at 11-2pm.
- Other Activities for the Public
The U.S. Embassy ACIC organizes American holidays, cultural events, and conferences every month, and welcomes anyone who is interested to participate. We are happy to cooperate with people, organizations, schools and institutions that are interested in knowing about American culture and history.
Anybody can visit and use the Center. The first time is free and possible without Ulaanbaatar Public Library membership ID. If you want to come regularly or check out books, then you need a membership ID from the Ulaanbaatar Public Library.
The documents you need to bring to register in the Ulaanbaatar Public Library:
- National ID;
- Student / Work ID;
- Address certification;
- Registration fee 5000 MNT;
English teachers from the countryside, foreign citizens, and volunteers have the right to use this center during certain times. You should bring your National ID when you come to the space. Our principle is to make information free to the public.
- Monday-Friday: 10 a.m. – 6 p.m.
- Saturday-Sunday: Closed
- Monday-Friday: 9 a.m. – 8 p.m.
- Saturday-Sunday: 10 a.m. – 7 p.m.
American Space Ulaanbaatar
Ulaanbaatar Public Library, Seoul Street 7
Ulaanbaatar 14251, Mongolia