Open Doors at the Institute, 14 December

Dec 4, 2022 | Events, News


We have the pleasure to invite our Finnish courses students (and their families) to The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux, for an end of term drink & BOOK GIVEAWAY!

The Open Doors will take place on Wednesday, the 14th of December, from 16:00 until 19:00 CET. Feel free to pop by our offices in Brussels, at Rue de l’Arbre 14. We’ll offer drinks and Christmassy nibbles and chats in Finnish (but also other languages).

There’ll also be a selection of Finnish literature translated into English, French, Dutch and German up for grabs.



Address & Accessibility:

The Finnish Cultural Institute for the Benelux 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,

Invitation to the Open Doors at the Institute 14.12

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