The Dutch Connection Museum Trust would like to offer you the rare opportunity to join us: Twilight at ‘Gibbs Sculpture Farm’ Thursday 3 December, 2015 from 2.30 p.m. till approx. 6.30 p.m. 2421 Kaipara Coast Highway, Makarau, Kaipara Fundraiser for: … Continued
The Netherlands Embassy in Wellington recently provided information about changes to requirements for Passport Applications. We published this information in the latest Het Auckland Krantje. They have since received a lot of feedback that their explanation of the new requirements was unclear. They … Continued
For everyone with a Dutch background, a connection with the Netherlands or with kind-hearted feelings for things Dutch! We’ve received a lot of support from you over the past few years for our Dutch Connection museum project. Thank You!
As a result we’ve achieved one heck of a lot! So much in fact, that our “now or never” moment has arrived. All we’re asking is your help, to make one last big push. One last effort to bring in the money we need.
Please read more about the why and how? And hopefully “Give a Little” – Want alle kleine beetjes helpen J. Just click on https://givealittle.co.nz/org/dutchconnectionmuseum#
Or come along for an exclusive visit to the Gibbs Sculpture Farm, overlooking the stunning Kaipara Harbour, on 3 December (more below).
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We are starting regular (bimonthly) games evenings at Holland House and the first one will be on the 19th of September. Come and join us for an evening of fun and games for the whole family – snooker, sjoelen, table tennis, … Continued
We have received information from Auckland Libraries that they have purchased some new Dutch language books for both children and adults. They are available from all 55 Auckland Libraries branches, which are located from Wellsford to Waiuku and Pukekohe, from East … Continued