Coming up soon: Swing dancing, storytelling and Slovakian matters

 

A chocolate course for beginners in English! Learn the art of making chocolate from scratch with a French chocolatier. And you end up taking a box of 40 pieces home to share with friends and family (Nov 21, 12:00-15:30; Grundtvigsvej 10A, Frederiksberg; 650kr)

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Celebrate 25 years of HypnoBirthing! Learn about calmer and safer ways to have your baby, swap stories with other families and get a 25 percent discount on group courses (Nov 15, 10:00-14:00;  The Annex, Hulkærvej 38, Dyssegård; for more info, write to georgina@florescence.eu)

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Enjoy storytelling for children (3-10) and their folks at Østerbro Library about Diwali Festival of Light. There will be clay and beads to decorate a Diwali lamp to bring home as a souvenir! (Nov 14, 14:00; Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 19, Cph Ø; free adm)

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Shake your moves at the best dancefloor in Copenhagen. Introducing lindyhop and swing classes with a live jazz concert. Unmissable! (Nov 15, 11:30-13:30; Royal Opera House; Ekvipagemestervej 10, Cph K; free adm)

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The Ted Talks at the Black Diamond are back. Listen to 12 incredible speakers, such as Christian Stadil and Eske Willerslev, with 12 ideas worth spreading. Live music starts at 6 pm (Nov 21, 11:00; Søren Kierkegaards Plads 1, Cph K; 450kr; tedxkea.com)

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The BCCD invites you to a seminar at the Slovakian ambassador’s house. The subject: ‘Bridging the co-operation in cleantech between Denmark and Slovakia’ (Nov 26, 08:30-16:00; Vesterled 26-28, Cph Ø; RSVP Nov 16; free adm; bccd.dk)

 

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