Post | July 2022 | News | 2 min read

The Hague Feel at Home Fair is Back!

Written by Gabriel Rodriguez

After more than two years of cancelled or online-only events, it's been great to see the annual social and professional events we know and love finally make a comeback. And we're so excited to announce that one of our favorite local events, The Hague Online's Feel at Home Fair, is making a comeback in 2022 as well! Taking place this year on 6 November, this fun and informative daylong event is geared towards internationals living in The Hague region, and brings together local organizations and businesses for a day of networking, entertainment, and information exchange. The organizations include sports, community, and cultural clubs that will showcase themselves to the local international community. The fair will also include performances and workshops, a kid’s corner, and plenty of networking and socializing space.

There will be some changes with the Feel at Home Fair this year: First, the talented events team at The Hague International Centre will be taking over the logistics of the event. While the team at The Hague Online has run this event successfully for over ten years, the organizers want to safeguard the event for the future by integrating it into The International Centre's year-round event agenda, thus helping the event reach a wider audience. Second is a venue change: While the event has been held at The Hague City Hall for the last several years, in the coming years The Hague International Centre will hold the fair at various community-driven locations. This year the fair will be held at the British School in the Netherlands, Junior School Vlaskamp campus.

The Volunteer The Hague team has had our own booth at this event every year since our inception, and we're excited to say that this year will be no different! The program is still being decided, but previous fairs have also seen the VTH team running panels and workshops as well. We'll keep you updated about the fair and our planned involvement as we get more information. In the meantime, save 6 November on your calendar and check The Hague International Centre's event website for updates as we get closer to November!

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