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Parents & Tots

Parents and Tots is a weekly event in Haarlem which lets parents relax and enjoy a coffee while their children play together. This informal group offers toys and craft activities for different aged children. There are also healthy snacks for kids as well as tea, coffee and cakes for the adults. This...

Free Expat Housing Seminar

Join this housing seminar for expats to learn about the advantages of buying a home in the Netherlands. Home ownership pays off Buying a house can be a complex process, especially if you’re doing it for the first time and in a foreign country. A different country comes with different customs, ...

Free Dutch Lesson & Open Day at Koentact

Do you want to learn Dutch in a fun and social environment? This is your chance to get to know Koentact and to register for a Free Dutch Trial lesson for beginners! Join the Open Day to learn about Koentact's Dutch courses for expats and to meet their team of professional and energetic teac...

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As part of the May 5 Liberation Day celebrations, the city of Amsterdam reconstructed the pontoon bridge that conne...

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After you leave your home country and spend some years abroad, the definition of home becomes a complicated one. Th...

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Learning how to curse properly is an essential part of mastering a new language and integrating in a new culture. H...

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Because large parts of the Netherlands are below sea level, it’s the most vulnerable country in Europe in the cas...

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One in seven households in the Netherlands don’t claim the healthcare, rental or childcare allowance they’re en...

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Do you get stuck in negative thinking, are you sometimes excessively self-critical or do you avoid negative feeling...

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The Netherlands has had a king since 2014, but that bit of news hasn't spread everywhere yet. Lots of tourists stil...

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