Coming up Soon: A Russian Christmas, rural pursuits and realising your potential
Haven’t quite got over the Christmas spirit yet? Continue at the ‘Russian Christmas in Denmark’ festival that will feature many different dance and vocal numbers, including the classic Ural dance kamushka. (Kristkirken, Enghave Plads 18, Cph V; Thu 8 Jan, 19:00-22:30; free adm).
Whether you like mountain biking, cycling, walking or a bit of everything, join fellow expats for another outdoorsy event this weekend and finish it off with a visit to a brewery (Hareskoven S-station, Stationsvej 5, Værløse; Sun 11 Jan, 12:00).
Learn more about mentoring at Maersk
A kickoff event for a mentoring program organised by PWN Copenhagen. Learn more about how you can arrange and benefit from a mentoring relationship. The event will be led by Maarit Pokkinen, a certified coach (Mærsk, Esplanaden 50, Cph K; Thu 15 Jan, 18:30-20:30; free for members, non-members 150kr).
Middle East vibes
If you’re a fan of Middle Eastern flair, why not join fellow expats for a chat over water pipes and tea at Cafe Dubai (Fiolstræde 21, Cph K; Sat 10 Jan, 18:30).
Hone your drawing skills
Meet other expats with an artistic bone for a public drawing event where different skills are shared and various materials can be experimented with (National Museum, Vestergade 10, Cph K; Sun 11 Jan, 13:00).
Treat your ears to the Copenhagen Festival Ensemble where Marie Hanskov, David Schnee and Alberto Ferres-Torres will be presenting music by JS Bach ( Odd Fellow Palæet, Bredgade 28, Cph K; 15 Feb, 17:00).
Correction: The Copenhagen Festival Ensemble's concert date was incorrectly first published as January 15.