Coming up Soon: Easter creativity, eating merrily and expat fun

Celebrate Easter creatively while meeting new people. Danish Easter is the next theme of The Arts & Crafts Club at Studenterhuset where you will learn how to decorate eggs and make a traditional Danish gækkebrev (March 13, 12:00-16:00; Studenterhuset, Cph K; 20 kr; studenterhuset.com)

The Let´s Talk Conversation Group will meet at Østerbro Library for chatting about “cool, funny or interesting traditions from your country”. Bring your story and meet new people! (March 15, 19:30; Østerbro Bibliotek, Dag Hammarskjölds Allé 19, Cph Ø; free adm; meetup.com)

Who needs St Patrick’s Day when you can join the Expats Club Party and mingle with other internationals (30+ age group). It promises to be a late one (March 17, 19:00-01:00; Butchers Cocktail Bar, Vestergade 10, Cph K; sign up at internationalexpatsclub.com)

Enjoy good company at this local dinner party at Islands Brygge where internationals are welcome (March 16, 18:00; Islands Brygge 18, Cph S; food & wine: 100kr, food only: 75kr, under-12s half price, under-5s free adm; sign up via bryggemiddag@gmail.com)

Are you a new dancer who aspires to conquer Swingland? Swingshoes is impatient to welcome new followers and introduce them to great rhythms (March 12, 19:00-1:00; Christianshavns Beboerhus, Dronningensgade 34, Cph K; 85kr; swingshoes.dk)

Ready to taste 70 different beers? Local micro breweries will gather at Amagerbro Beer Festival to offer an unmissable event for beer lovers. (March 12, 17:30-21:00; Prismen, Holmbladsgade 71, Cph K; 50kr; meetup.com)





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