Ten things to do in Kristianstad
What: Miracle workshop ??? Barbacka, a workshop for chilldren who want to make things. Come and try out different kinds of material.We have a theme every Saturday, and today the theme is beetles and small insects. Suitable for children of all ages. Children under 7 must be accompanied by an adult.
When: Saturday 2nd March, 12–2 pm. Drop in. Free entry.
Concert : 19th Century Music
What: Welcome back to the 19th century. Listen to the Ensemble Biedermeier, a recently formed chamber music group with some of Scandinavia’s most prominent specialists in early music.
Where: Heliga Trefaldighet Church.
When : Sunday 3rd March at 5 pm.
What: Would you like to practise your Swedish or help someone else improve theirs? We discuss dfferent topics, or simply chat, over a cup of coffee.
Where: Gamlegården library and Näsby meeting-place.
When: Monday 4th March at 10:30 am.
Music: Emil Jensen
What: ”A madman in common”. Emil Jensen is back, with a new show, a new album and a big tour.
When: Friday 8th March at 7 pm.
What: Naturum’s education officer tells us about the exciting life of cranes and about their flight route from Spain to Vattenriket. We make origami cranes.
When: Saturday 9th March at 2 pm.
Concert in aid of Panzi hospital
What: En Salig Blandning – A Bit of Everything. A charity concert in aid of Dr Mukwege’s Panzi hospital in the Congo. Taking part: A choir of women who have been treated at the hospital. Österlen Gospel, Trefaldighetskören Christianstad, Åsum Choir. String Quarte. And more.
Where: Norra Åsum Church.
When: Sunday 10th March at 5 pm.
Discussion: Veil or no veil?
What: Snackbar discussion forum. Two women from Kristianstad who have made different decisions. Kb’s reporter Sofyan Aswad will lead the discussion. Interview and discussion in focus. The arrangers are Musik i Syd, the town library and Kristiantadsbladet.
When: Monday 11th March at 6:30 pm.
Be creative: Drawing
What: A drawing workshop. Troska Omar helps you to draw. For children aged 10–12.
Where: Town Library.
When: Monday 18th March, 3 pm. Drop in.
What: Babblarna (The Babblers) – the second musical. With the childrens’ great favourites Babblarna, Faffa, Vovvo and Klonk. Fun with words, swinging music, mime, sång and dance. For children from the age of 2.
When: Saturday 23rd March at 11 am, 2 pm and 4 pm.
Technology: Apps and e-books
What: Technical drop in. Questions about technology, internet and ebooks. What is an app? How does Facebook work? How do I download an e-book to my cell-phone or tablet?
Where: Town library.
When: Monday 1st April at 2pm. Drop in.
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