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Tarot events are varied and numerous around the world. All major events, including Tarot Conferences, Exhibitions, and Tarot Travel are normally listed hereon. Many smaller events of significance, such as workshops and some lectures, may also be listed.
Since 2009, an annual tarot conference has replaced the monthly Tarot Cafe (which had been running for six years).
In 2011, the Convention is expected to take place in St Suzanne, France.
There's nothing like a good overview of tarot history to get a sense of tarot's ongoing development.
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