What to do in June


Free Online Art Lesson for Kids Aged 10+

May 6th – December 31st 2021

Between May and December, Studio Jocelyn is hosting weekly online art lessons for kids aged 10 and up! During weekly art lessons, the studio uses their unique Drawing Grid, which allows students to follow along easily. Every student will receive a copy of the Drawing Grid in the mail. This is used together with the Light Pad, which is available for purchase on their website. The studio lets you know what kind of art supplies will be used every month or so, giving you plenty of time to stock up.

You can find more information or sign up here: https://www.iamexpat.nl/lifestyle/expat-events-festivals/free-online-art-lesson-kids-aged-10


Museum Night Leiden (Online)

June 5th, from 17:00 PM – 1:00 AM

In collaboration with the Leidse Burcht, this year Museumnacht Leiden will organize an online edition of their yearly event. You can expect events such as live musical performances, art exhibits, presentations on diverse topics, and guided tours. Some participating museums are Naturalis Biodiversity Center, Rijksmuseum Boerhaave, Museum Volkenkunde, Hortus botanicus, de Oude Leidse Sterrewacht, and many more!

You can find more information and tickets here: https://museumnachtleiden.nl/


Landing your Dream Job in The Netherlands

June 15th, from 19:30 PM – 21:00 PM

In this online seminar, hosted by Expat Republic, career coach Grace will talk about how to write an exceptional CV and land more interview opportunities! Covering topics such as how to present yourself as a top candidate, and where to look for job openings that match your interests and skills. The webinar will consist of a presentation and a Q&A Session.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/landing-your-dream-job-in-the-netherlands-tickets-155551319183?aff=ebdsoporgprofile


Sustainability Strategy – The North East and the Netherlands

June 15th, from 11:00 AM – 12:15 PM

Hosted by the North East England Chamber Of Commerce, this webinar will present some of the Netherlands’ sustainability studies and best practices. Northumbria University and the Amsterdam University of Applied Sciences will present some of their collaborative research on Covid recovery and sustainable growth. The Netherlands British Chambers of Commerce will also speak about the sustainability activity from the Dutch Government, and Signify will share examples of innovation and best practices in the field. Afterwards, there will be time to ask questions.

Register here: https://www.eventbrite.nl/e/sustainability-strategy-the-north-east-and-the-netherlands-tickets-149862913007?aff=ebdssbonlinesearch&keep_tld=1




June 3 – 6, 2021 // June 1 – 14,  2021 (online)


 Art Brussels WEEK invites you to celebrate the Contemporary Art Week/ Art Brussels Week through a series of exhibitions presented in all participating galleries and cultural institutions that are partners of Art Brussels.

 It is a new initiative that will guide you through the exhibitions on display at all of the participating galleries from June 3 to 6, June 2021. The public can expect a rich and fascinating programme of contemporary art and exhibitions in various Brussels cultural institutions. Furthermore, Art Brussels will provide an OVR hosted by Artsy, from June 1 to 14.


The Royal Greenhouses of Laeken

May 13 – June 9, 2021


 The royal greenhouses of Laeken will be open to the public this year from May 13 to June 6. That is one month later than usual.

 The visit starts with a walk of about two kilometres through the gardens of the Royal Domain. Following that, visitors can explore the large greenhouses: the Embarcadère, the Congoserre, the Winter Garden and the Orangerie. The small greenhouses with their many flowers cannot be visited, as it is not possible for visitors to keep a distance there.

 Open during the day and the evening, but our recommendation is to go at dusk for an especially magical experience.

 Visitors must book a time slot online.



Fête de la Musique

June 17 – 21, 2021


 Great popular demonstration honoring musicians and interpreters, amateurs or professionals who wish to participate

 Over the course of 6 days, 25 different organizers will host concerts across the country.

 Twenty-two stages will be built in Luxembourg City, but particularly in the residential areas of the capital, to bring the idea of ​​the “Fête de la Musique” closer to the public.

 Free entrance.


National Day in Luxembourg

June 22 – 23, 2021


 The celebrations begin on the eve of National Day, June 22nd, throughout the Grand Duchy. Luxembourg City kicks off the festivities at 4PM with a solemn changing of the guard at the Grand-Ducal palace. In the evening, a torchlight procession takes place throughout the capital city. Fireworks will be launched from the Adolphe bridge later that night.

 On National Day, the day begins with an official ceremony, followed by a gun salute and a military parade in the district Kirchberg. The traditional Te Deum is held in the afternoon at the cathedral Notre-Dame.

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