It is not time yet to sit comfortably in your armchair, under the blanket, with your cat on your lap! Check this week's events out!
You are never too young to run a marathon – at least when the route is measured in centimetres! Help your child run a distance of exactly 42,195 cm in Fælledparken this Thursday. All participants receive a diploma and a special race bag for crossing the finishing line. The mini-marathon is part of the Refleksløbet, a race event for highlighting the use of reflective clothing in the dark months to come.
Race to be visible
Run for safety! Join the after-dark 5 km race Refleksløbet and highlight the use of reflective clothing. All participants receive a goodie bag containing gloves and other reflective running gadgets, so they don’t have to be afraid of the dark while exercising during the many winter afternoons to come. You get a free reflective vest if you are one of the first 500 to register.
What’s it worth?
Are you curious about the value of the furniture classics filling up the space in your attic? They might even belong to your boss. Then bring it – or a photo of it – along to Arken, where the assessment experts from Bruun Rasmussen will give free evaluations on any works of modern art and design. It might be worth a fortune at an auction! Don’t tell your boss, though.
Arken, Museum of Modern Art, Skovvej 100, 2635 Ishøj; Wed 16-19; free adm; www.arken.dk
If your children loved Wall-E or Transformers, this is your chance to let them make their own robot. Using a huge selection of recycled material, glue, imagination and some advices during the process, they will be taught how to build one as they wish.Toftegårds Plads, Valby, Cph V; Fri 11:00-14:00; tickets: adult 20kr, children 20kr; 2711 6428, firstname.lastname@example.org; www.arddanmark.dk
BANGBANG streetwear sale
Edgy, street-inspired children’s wear on sale with cheap offers on past collections. Heavy discounts − bring cash!
Let the tones of repackaged classical music be your Wednesday night-getaway from the hustle and bustle of the city. Kathrine Ring, one of Denmark’s most acclaimed DJs, will be mixing the classical masters with modern electronic artists, while you chill out with a drink in the lounge of the Avenue Hotel.