Coming up Soon: debates, diversity and the Dude

Enjoy the diversity of the city at Lyngby International Day. For the full list of activities, check their website, vidensby.dk, and be sure  to sign up to reserve your seat, as there are plenty of things to do! (Nov 20, 13:00; Lyngby City Center)

Enjoy an evening of wine and debate. The panel will be discussing the ‘Referendum on the European Union’. Afterwards the scene is set for networking. (Nov 24, 16:00-18:00; Ovnhallen, Porcelænshaven,  Frederiksberg: free adm; sign up eventbrite.com)

Don’t miss the Charleston party at Studenterhuset. Make some noise in a 1920s outfit and prepare to dance while drinking bubbly all night long! (Nov 20, 20:00 Købmagergade 52, Cph K; free adm)

Do you want to practise Spanish? Join this meetup group for a cosy evening at Cafe Moccador. It’s a great way to enjoy a conversation and meet new people (Nov 25, 18:30-21:30; Falkoner Allé 23, Frederiksberg; free adm)

What about a Thanksgiving dinner? If you are far away from home or you just want to celebrate this American tradition, stop by the Hard Rock Café for a delightful menu with turkey, pumpkin soup and more! (Nov 26, Rådhuspladsen 45-47, Cph K; 250kr; reservations: 3312 4333)

Cinema and Cocktails this Saturday! Absalon will be screening ‘The Big Lebowski’ and the drink of the night is, of course, the White Russian.  Become a member of the club for just 50kr (Nov 21, 21:00; Sønder Boulevard 73, Cph V; drinks cost 40kr)





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