Coming May holidays you are welcome at Kids fun to indulge in the many inflatables that are there. We have several inflatables on which you can jump, scramble and slide. For the little ones there is a toddler pillow present next to the catering square. We also have a game area with the latest games on a Playstation 4 and Nintendo Switch. NEW: Silent disco for young and old. Grab a pair of headphones and go out of your roof in the mini disco with the kids.
The church hall of the Eusebius Church is not open to visitors from Tuesday 24 April until Thursday 3 May. In connection with an event it is not possible to visit this space.
On Monday morning 30 April it is not possible to visit the Glass Balconies. In connection with work. The balconies are closed that morning until 1.30 pm.
The Battle of Arnhem – an evening with Antony Beevor
A special lecture by master storyteller Antony Beevor about his new book The Battle of Arnhem. With special guest Mayor Ahmed Marcouch. On Monday evening, April 23 at 7:30 pm in the Eusebius in Arnhem.
On Monday, April 23, the new book by the eminent historian and master storyteller Antony Beevor: The Battle of Arnhem. Using new British, American, Polish, German and Dutch archival material he sketches the fortunes of soldiers and civilians and discards this famous battle of his myths.
Monday, April 23, the Battle of Arnhem is officially launched in the Eusebius Church in Arnhem. Beevor will talk extensively about his book and hand over the first copy to Mayor Ahmed Marcouch. Beevor will then be interviewed by Robert Voskuil, Knight in the Order of Orange Nassau and authority in the field of the Battle.
The Battle of Arnhem
With: Antony Beevor, Mayor Ahmed Marcouch and Robert Voskuil
Monday, April 23, 7.30 PM – 10 PM
Admission € 10, –
The USKO performs a magical program in which you as a visitor are taken on a journey to the enchanting Russia. The cantata of Damascus by Sergey Taneev tells the story of the death of an early Christian monk. You will also hear the Zwanenmeersuite and some of the worldly songs from Tsjaikovsky and the symphonic poem Nacht on the bare mountain of Modest Mussorgsky.
Date: Friday evening 20 April
Start: 8.15 pm.
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