Join us for a Midsummer Cocktail Hour on Tuesday, 18 June

jun 3, 2024 | Events, News

18.6.2024

We have the utmost pleasure of inviting you to the Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux office for a cosy midsummer cocktail hour.

Our doors will be open on Tuesday, 18 June, from 18:00 until 19:30.

Swing by our office for a summery drink and nibbles, as we gather to say kippis to collaborations and skål to the summer solstice.

Please let us know if you will be attending by filling out this form by 14 June 2024.

Feel free to bring along friends and family. Tervetuloa, welcome!

 

Address & Accessibility

 

The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux office is located on:
Rue de l’Arbre 14 / Boomstraat 14, Brussels. Our office is on the third floor.

You can find more information about accessibility on our website.
If you have any questions please contact us at +32 468 15 56 72, info@finncult.be

 

Invitation for a midsummer cocktail hour on 18 June at 18:00–19:30.

 

Cover photo: Yohannes Henriksson
Illustrations: Sam Vanbelle

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