Out & About: Pancakes and handshakes at the Expat Fair – The Post

Out & About: Pancakes and handshakes at the Expat Fair

September 12th, 2015 7:00 am| by Luisa Kyca
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Copenhagen Expat Fair, the annual ‘freshers fair’ for internationals new to Copenhagen, was a great success at City Hall on September 2. Over 40 clubs and associations were gathered by the International House Copenhagen to greet the new Copenhageners with pancakes and information about what to do in their leisure time

While browsing around the stands, the afternoon’s programme was capped by an amazing performance by AFUK, the Copenhagen Circus school, and an exciting treasure hunt for the little ones
While browsing around the stands, the afternoon’s programme was capped by an amazing performance by AFUK, the Copenhagen Circus school, and an exciting treasure hunt for the little ones

 



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The day gave the internationals loads of opportunities to get involved, find new hobbies, or revive old ones and, most importantly, make them excited about getting settled in and joining a club! Pictured left are Trine Ingeberg, the main organiser of the fair, and Carl Christian Ebbesen, the deputy mayor for culture, who addressed those in attendance
The day gave the internationals loads of opportunities to get involved, find new hobbies, or revive old ones and, most importantly, make them excited about getting settled in and joining a club! Pictured left are Trine Ingeberg, the main organiser of the fair, and Carl Christian Ebbesen, the deputy mayor for culture, who addressed those in attendance

 

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Whether it was (left-right) Cph Volunteers, badminton or even the Copenhagen Post, guests had the opportunity to find out details about organisations in the town they are living in
Whether it was (left-right) Cph Volunteers, badminton or even the Copenhagen Post, guests had the opportunity to find out details about organisations in the town they are living in

Photos by: Hasse Farrold


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