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Our Weekend Special highlights the main events happening in The Hague region and surroundings that are suitable for the Expat and International community.

This  weekend’s  highlights  include:   The iAfrica Film Festival at Filmhuis Den Haag, De Betovering, the International art and theatre festival for children, the autumn opening of Japanese Garden in Clingendael  Park  and the chance to  best  known Dutch Saxophonist Hans Dulfer perform at the Paard.

There are also plenty of other events happening  this weekend such  as the Afrovibes festival and  “Uit je  Dak”

If you are organising an event and you would like it  to be included in the Weekend Special, please send information with  a photo to editor@thehagueonline.com

Enjoy your weekend

The 7th edition of the iAfrica Film Festival, taking place  from 13 – 15 October  at Filmhuis Den Haag, shines a spotlight on West Africa.  They  showcase Africa’s strength and raise awareness of its invaluable contributions to global prosperity, both economically and culturally.

During De Betovering,  artists and performers from the Netherlands and far beyond will be enchanting children from 13 – 23 October with the coolest, most beautiful, exciting and moving performances and
workshops.  The Enchantment is about the power of imagination. Now, more than ever, we need to invite children to use their imaginations to find answers to the limitations and insecurities of our time.

They  have an adventurous and fun programme for children up to 12 years old including some 500 performances and workshops in over 50 locations in The Hague: at the theatres, in museums,
out in the street and more.

The Japanese Garden in Clingendael  Park will be open again this spring from 14 to 29 October from 10:00 to 16:00.

The magnificent Japanese Garden can be visited only during a short period of the year, due to its fragility. It’s the only Japanese garden in the Netherlands and dates  from around 1910 and therefore has a high historical value.

https://www.thehagueonline.com/weekend-specials/2023/10/11/weekend-special-12-15-october-2023 WEEKEND SPECIAL 12 – 15 OCTOBER 2023

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