A pink leaflet tumbled out of the envelope just before Christmas, and since it wasn't a Christmas card I set it aside to look at later. Now I've looked at it, and it turns out to be the programme of the events planned by about 20 local branches of the Classical Association. Most of the branches are in England, with three in Scotland and one pretty active branch in New Zealand.
I checked with the CA web site, to see if they were there, but that particular page has yet to be updated, so I've given the events a place on the web on my own private site,
If you visit that page you'll find a great variety of meetings. I once thought that the CA was only for university Classics dons, but some of the branches clearly take schools seriously. Salisbury and District branch, for example, has only six members, but 11 affiliated schools, and the 2005 programme consists of a Sixth Form lecture by Simon Goldhill, a reading competition, and an event for Year 12 students contemplating classics at university.
So if you didn't receive that pink leaflet, I recommend that you check out the list of events on line.
You may well read something to your advantage.