The Dutch Food & Culture festival is back, bigger and better than ever on Sunday 28 April. Held at the Albert Hall the Dutch festival is presenting more stalls and more activities.
Feast on a wide range of Dutch delicacies! From the famous Dutch pancakes to more unusual treats like fresh oliebollen and hot stroopwafels we have something for your sweet tooth. For those savoury lovers delights like Dutch tasty croquettes, bitterballen or fries with mayonnaise will also be there to tempt your appetite. And you can relax in a great festival atmosphere with coffee, wine from Mount Majura or an ever growing range of craft beer from Plonk.
The culture program features the best of Dutch-Australian culture. The National Film and Sound Archive will share their films showcasing the traditionally strong Australian/Dutch relationship throughout the years. You can get your groove on with DJ’s playing the best of Dutch EDM, funk, groove, and music from the Netherlands Antilles. After a slightly more relaxed sound? The festival also features a Dutch choir and gorgeous miniature street organ.
Want to raise your heartbeat? The festival features an obstacle course, giant games and a range of traditional Dutch party games organised by the Canberra Dutch School. Airbikes will also be there for those who would like to take a spin.
The festival is a charity event, with proceeds going to the St Nicholas Young Carer’s Program.
Date: April 28, 2019
Time: 10am – 3pm
Location: Albert Hall, Commonwealth Avenue, Yarralumla
Programme available on the website: www.oranjefeestcanberra.org