What to do in April 2019?

Free Dutch lesson & opening evening @ Koentact
02 April from 6.45pm until 9pm
Join the open evening to learn about Koentact’s Dutch courses for expats and learn Dutch in a fun and social environment with the Free Dutch Trial Lesson; places are limited so be sure to register via Koentact’s website

World Press Photo Festival @ Westergasfabriek and Nieuwe Kerk
12 – 13 April from 10am until 7pm daily
Westergasfabriek will host the World Press Photo Festival including guest speakers from the NY Times and National Geographic. The Nieuwe Kerk will host the 2019 edition of the World Press Photo Exhibition, which will feature the winning photographs from the various categories of the World Press Photo contest

Springsnow Amsterdam
21 April – 21 May
Springsnow is the magical natural phenomenon that symbolises the start of Amsterdam’s spring with a flurry of white blossoms. You can follow the eight-km-long elm route, and catch the spring snow. The route starts at the elm arboretum, next to EYE

NN Rotterdam Marathon @ various locations
06 – 07 April
As one of the largest sporting events in the Netherlands, more than 25.000 runners are expected to participate in the NN Rotterdam Marathon’s 39th edition and over 950.000 spectators cheering them on

Museum Night Maastright @ various venues
12 April from 8pm to 1am
Soak up culture all night long with just one ticket for over a dozen cultural establishments! This year’s theme is “Lost in Space”

The Hague
Clingendael’s Japanese garden opens for spring
27 April from 9am until 8 pm
The 105-year-old Japanese garden in the Clingendael Estate is an astounding piece of natural history, where beautiful and rare trees and plants can be marvelled at in all their glory

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