Coming up soon: Roskilde, rocktails and relaxation

 

Have you ever been to Roskilde? Grab your bicycle and meet this group for a delightful two-hour night tour around its streets and stick around for some beers (May 29, 18:00; meeting point: Parking lot in front of Roskilde St in the market square)

Martini and champagne

It’s Rocktails Friday! Enjoy cheap drinks, international people and good music. Hurry up and get your free ticket at their Facebook site because they are about to sell out! (May 29, 17:00; Kunstforeningen GL, Gammel Strand 48, Cph K)

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With summer just around the corner, tasting some fresh, fruity wines is a must. Vinocultura hosts a drop-in this Saturday where you can try exquisite wines and get 10 percent off (May 30, 11:00-15:00; Fredensvej 1A, Charlottenlund; free adm)

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Attend this arts and crafts club, whether you are an artist or keen amateur. Bring your creativity and make some jewellery out of scratch. It’s a great space to meet new people! (May 31, 12:00-16:00; Studenterhuset, Købmagergade 52, Cph K; free adm; supplies for 30kr)

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Need to unwind and let all your stress go? Experience the present and receive it as it is in this Mindfulness Meditation session. It will change your day (June 2, 19:00; Center for Visdom, Nybrogade 26; free adm)

Art Gallery

Enjoy art at GO, STAY this weekend. The pop-up expo is open 13:00-18:00 on Friday and Saturday, and from 11:00-15:00 on Sunday. On Saturday at 19:00 you can also enjoy poetry reading (Århusgade 80, Cph Ø; free adm)





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