Church sales, community dinners and creative endeavours

October 31st, 2014

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Find some good bargains at this fundraising clothes sale at St Alban’s Church – a great chance to find an almost new outfit for a reasonable price while doing some good for charity. You can also treat yourself to cakes, scones, tea and coffee after your shopping (Churchillparken 11, Cph K; Sat 1 Nov; 10:00-14:30)

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Intensive, hectic, but fruitful and rewarding, challenge yourself to create a startup in 54 hours at Startup Weekend Borgen. Attend an entrepreneurial playground where participants are competing to get their business ideas off the ground (Prins Jørgens Gård, Cph K; Thu Oct 30-Sun Nov 2; 10:00-23:00; apply at startupborgen.dk)

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Join the biggest Indian celebration of the year: Diwali, the Hindu festival of lights. Participate in contests and photo sessions, taste Indian treats and dance with the Hot & Spicy Bollywood Showgirls (Star Events, Slotsherrensvej 107, Vanløse; Nov 1; 16:00-23:45; adults 110-130kr; kids: 40-60kr; under-3s free; register at indiansindenmark.com)

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One Bowl is a restaurant where you can be both a cook and a guest. Take part in the community dinner outdoors as part of a team or simply pass by and enjoy some Indian snacks (KU; Karen Blixens Vej, Cph S; Fri 31 Oct; 10:00-14:00; register at meetup.com)

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Wanted to sing gospel, but never had the chance? Attend the audition and reveal your inner Aretha Franklin (Garnison Kirke, Sankt Annæ Plads 4, Cph K; Tue 4 Nov; 19:00-21:30; see details at alcampos.com) 

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The Hellerup book cafe for internationals is hosting a reading of Nelson Rodrigues’ dark comedy ‘The Deceased Woman’ directed by Marcello Bosschar (Sofievej 1, Hellerup; Wed 5 Nov; 19:00-21:00; sign up at booksandcompany.dk) 


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