Koningsdag has past, summer is rolling on in, and the first bottles of rosé have been cracked open... so naturally we start thinking about getting on a boat with a likeable bunch of people, and cruising the Amsterdam canals with a drink in hand!!
To satisfy this itch KIN is once again organizing a summer wine and cheese tasting and canal cruise on the evening of Thursday 23rd of June.
Last year was sensational, so we are not messing with the key elements too much. We are looking for a crowd of maximum FORTY, to cruise the canals of Amsterdam on the above pictured historic 'trekschuiten' Jacob van Lennep. Back in its day of 1888, these suckers were pulled through the canals by great big sweaty horses. Today, an electric motor and a bloke in a swish uniform...
Once again dazzling array of fine New Zealand wines will be selected and accompanied by excellent cheeses from the Kaas Kamer.
Save the date! More details to follow!
The International Festival is the opening of the International Boulevard - Vestdijk Street. The place where internationals feel at home.
It is a multicultural event open to EVERYBODY.
The IF will offer an outside international market with food, drinks, hand-made products, art, paintings and jewellery, combined with live music and representations from different nationalities and, of course, entertainment for children. Inside the Hub, the public can enjoy conferences and workshops.
We start with a colourful musical street parade with international and national artists dressed with their traditional customs. The parade will be led by a Dutch music band. The market square at the statue of Frits Philips, icon of the city of Eindhoven, is the meeting point at 12.00. The street parade will tour the international boulevard -Vestdijk street- to reach the market at The Hub where the International Festival takes place.
Join the street parade! Meeting point for the street parade: market plain at the statue of Frits Philips.
If you want to participate in the international market, just contact firstname.lastname@example.org