Coming up soon: Cocktails like Cruise, celebrations at Christiania and culture for children

 

In just a couple of hours learn how to shake cocktails like Tom Cruise and get recipe tips from professional bartenders. And then sit back and enjoy them with your friends afterwards! (Sep 26, 18:00; Linnesgade 16D, Cph K; 150kr, sign up scandinaviangents.com)

Cocktail

Get more familiar with your rights as an employee at this International House event, and then take part in a discussion about everyday challenges in the Danish work environment (Sep 29, 16:30-20:00; Kalvebod Brygge 31-33, Cph V; fee adm, sign up ihcph.kk.dk)

Discussion of improving workplace photy by istock

Don’t miss the chance to renew your wardrobe while going crazy at the Rabens Saloner Warehouse Sale. You’ll find a great bunch of hidden treasures from previous collections. (Oct 2, 10:00-17:00; Oct 3, 10:00-14:00; Amerikavej 15A, Cph V)

Warehouse sale photo by istock

This storytelling event will introduce your kids to concepts of diversity and identity through interactive art activities. Come a little earlier and try delicious baked goods! (Sep 27, 09:45-10:45; Absalons Kirke, Sønder Boulevard 73, Cph V; free adm)

sorytelling event photo by istock

Christiania is celebrating its 44th birthday so swing on down to the autonomous freetown to enjoy DJs, dancing, music and the cutting of the birthday cake! (Sep 26, 11:00; Bådsmandsstræde 43, Christiania)

italian movie night photo by istock

A free Italian movie with English subtitles! No registration is needed – just show up and enjoy a great Italian drama! Learn more about the movie at kortlink.dk/hcx7 (Sep 29, 19:30; Gjørlingsvej 11, Hellerup)





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