Helsinki will once again ring in the New Year in style – with fire, sparkles, dancing, joy, excitement and a great party together!
What is the original message of Christmas and how should it be understood today? And what is the consumer society’s relation to Christmas?
Espoo has more islands than Hawaii and the whole coastline is in the public’s free use. Nowadays the Waterfront Walkway and the archipelago are beloved recreational destinations and nature is thought by many to be the best thing about Espoo. For thousands of years the sea has provided a living for both coastal and island inhabitants. The Eyes on the Horizon exhibition tells about seaside Espoo from the perspective of changes faced in livelihoods, leisurely pursuits and in nature over the years. The maritime scenery leads visitors to explore marine themes and atmospheres.
The old Glims farmhouse will be once again specially decorated for traditional Christmas and the museum offers plenty of things to do during the day. The museum opens already at 10 o’clock!
More information: http://www.kulttuuriespoo.fi/en/venue-events/90
Kolding Harmony Orchestra presents: NEW YEAR CONCERT. Highlights from the music scene and the operetta world.
Christmas at the factory in Nykøbing F.
Everyone is warmly welcome when Culthus tradition faith holds Christmas at the Factory. Come and have a whole Christmas stress free afternoon.
More information: http://www.voresguldborgsund.dk/generelt/kalender/visitlollandfalster
A series of events, including performances, concerts and exhibitions, presenting the culture of Estonia, its modern and traditional face.
The Flagship project School to Work (S2W) aims to strengthen transnational cooperation between stakeholders in the Baltic Sea Region in the field of education and work in order to prevent early school leaving and develop support for vulnerable groups of students/youth, specifically NEETs, early school leavers and newly arrived refugees. The project will thus contribute to the achievement of relevant targets in the EU Strategy for the Baltic Sea Region and the EU’s overall strategy Europe 2020.
Watch live stream from UBC Seminar on International City Marketing starting on 29 November at 15.00 CET at: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCFoZf2t6PyE7wpjvTSkpVKg?view_as=subscriber&fbclid=IwAR2vk7Px4j-iGY5Isx3w0ZoxL6e7oQPaak7k9tn2gFSdPK0iE_-q7yYkYv0
The application process for the European Youth Capital 2022 competition is already open!
The European Youth Capital initiative is a title awarded by the European Youth Forum. It is granted to a European city for a period of one year that puts young people at the core of the city’s social, economic, cultural and political life. The applicant cities are asked to submit an application outlining their past performance in the youth field, their motivation, the key challenges facing young people, and a multi-faceted programme of activities designed to meet them.