Coming up Soon: Belgian beer, barroom frolics and a birthday party

Koelschip, a brand new bar dedicated to bringing you Belgian beer, will mark its grand opening with a keg of free beer – first come, first served – this week. Come and enjoy all the “sour, wild, funky, sweet, bitter and utter crazy beer styles” they have to offer (Feb 27, 15:45; Stefansgade 35, Cph; facebook.com)


Looking for a purely social event? The Copenhagen Cultural Network is hosting a film club at Østerbro Library this weekend where you can come and enjoy a film with a bunch of like-minded internationals (Feb 28, 16:00, Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 19, Cph; facebook.com)


International House Copenhagen is inviting everyone to participate in their welcome reception for free. It includes all the info that any newcomer in Copenhagen needs to get a headstart, plus refreshments (March 2, 16:30; Gyldenløvesgade 11, Cph V; sign-up required at ihcph.kk.dk)


It started as part of a campaign to help free eastern Europe and now the Rust nightclub is celebrating its 26th anniversary this weekend with free entry, tap beer and mixed drinks! (Feb 26, 19:30; Guldbergsgade 8, Cph N; rust.dk)


Generator Hostel Copenhagen will be throwing a fun night with drinks and their very own resident DJ. Come and meet some other internationals doing the very same thing (Feb 27, 20:00; Adelgade 5, Cph K; generatorhostels.com)


The local Cub Scouts of America “Pack” will be holding its annual Pinewood Derby race at CIS this weekend. A great event to pass by and watch as around 30 scouts race their handmade wooden cars (Feb 28, 13:00; Hellerupvej 22-26, Hellerup)

 





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