Enjoy the summer
The summer holiday period will start soon and the Expat Center Zeeland wishes everyone a good break. Whether it is a break in your home country or a break in another country or staying in the Netherlands, we wish you all a good time for yourself and your family & friends. Stay safe is the most important message during the current circumstances.
On the website under events - https://www.expatcenterzeeland.com/international-zeeland-newcomers-center we have placed as much as possible information of upcoming activities in Zeeuws-Vlaanderen and Zeeland. Currently, it remains a ? question whether everything can take place, but at least this way you are up-to-date of what is going on in this region. Just to name a few great events such as Film by the Sea event in September; the Festival of Zeeuws-Vlaanderen classical music event in October or the Delta Ride for the Roses on September 10, 11 & 12. Everyone can participate.
Please read the attached article; registration is mentioned. https://www.expatcenterzeeland.com/news/delta-ride-roses
Furthermore, we are working towards an events agenda for the International Community; International Zeeland Newcomers Center. If the current covid-19 circumstances are over, we plan to organize the first yearly event during the last quarter of this year. Let’s see whether this can be a possibility to celebrate the first physical event of the International Community.
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/platforminternationalszeeland. Also Internationals Zeeland, a private network group for internationals to network among themselves. https://www.facebook.com/groups/394596628581295 (needs sign-up)
News articles you find on our website under: https://www.expatcenterzeeland.com/news. In the near future the website will get a pop-up news block on the home page and we will expand our services with a separate entrance for internationals coming from the MOE countries. This entrance will be available in the Polish and Rumanian language.
That’s all for now – have a great summer and stay safe.