Always nice to see this sort of thing, even if you thought one must have already existed:
A group of graduates and lecturers is planning to set up a Malta Classical Association with the aim of raising the profile of Classics in Malta.
The association will hold public lectures on aspects of the Classical world, offer basic courses in the Greek and Latin languages and hopes to produce plays from the great playwrights as well as recitations from selected poets. In fact, it is planned to launch the association this summer at an event comprising a play and a recital.
Its plans include launching a publication featuring essays and reflections by members of the public on the Classical world and its relevance today, as well as exercises in Latin and Greek prose and poetry. Another journal would be set up to offer academics a medium in which to publish their work.
The group is inviting anyone interested in the Classical world in joining the association to send an e-mail with their details to Joseph Anthony Debono at email@example.com.
No knowledge of Latin or Greek is necessary for membership.