There are now over 100 exhibitors lined up to take part in the Feel at Home Fair on 3 February. Whether your New Year’s resolution was to get back into shape, learn a new skill or take up an instrument, you’ll find a wide choice of organisations who’ll be happy to help.
The Energy Boutique will be making their Feel at Home debut this year. They offer personal training, Pilates classes and nutrition advice amongst a range of other services. Meanwhile, Muziekacademie Den Haag is the largest music school in The Hague area and a familiar friend at the Fair. Whether you’re a complete beginner or just looking for other budding musicians to jam with, keep an eye out for their stand. There’ll also be plenty of demos and try-outs on the day, from hurling, Tai Chi and floorball, to Indian, Spanish and Irish Set dancing. Check out the Feel at Home Fair website for these and other highlights.
This year there’s an extra incentive for visiting the International Food Court on the first floor, where a feast of culinary delights will be on sale. In keeping with our community theme, all profits from sales in the food court will be donated to the chosen charities of the food stand holders. For example, Teach Nepal will be serving a range of vegan and freshly baked treats to support schools in Western Nepal. And all proceeds generated by Ataro Food and Spices on sales of their delicious West African cuisine will be donated to the Beauty in Every Life Foundation, which focuses on human traffic prevention, as well as the empowerment of women and children in Nigeria.
The International Food Court offers a bird’s eye view of the activities, so if you fancy a break from the bustle of the Fair and you’re feeling a little bit peckish, you’re in for a real treat!
Entry to The Feel at Home Fair is free to visitors who register in advance. Just click the link below to register for up to 4 Free Tickets: