Saturday 18 July 2020
10h30 to 12h30 (please arrive early)
Popup Café Guinguette, Parc de Cinquantenaire
Free, just pay your own coffee
On Saturday 11 July we welcomed almost 40 people on our first post-corona event in Abbeye de la Cambre. On Saturday 18 July we would like to welcome you for yet another Café Samedi in another location of this lovely popup concept, namely in Parc Cinquantaire.
Let’s meet for a nice cup of coffee, a tea or hot chocolate. With or without something sweet on the side. It’s time for some serious and not so serious chatting. For newcomers in town this is an excellent opportunity to meet some people in a relaxed environment. And for those who visited Expat Club events or trips before it is an excellent way to meet some old and new friends. We’re an open community that welcomes every expat, from young to old. There are no in-crowds, just open-minded people. So we would love to see you at our next weekly coffee morning!
Our location for our weekly coffee morning changes in the summer of 2020. You are welcome to join us from 10h30 until 12h30. You can drop in any time, although we prefer you come earlier (before 11h00 rather than later).
RULES OF THE COFFEE MORNING
The Expat Club coffee mornings have been a great success since 2013, and we would love to keep it that way. The fact that we welcome everyone and always have a lovely open atmosphere can only be maintained if we all follow some easy rules.
* Registration with email address is required if it is your first time with Expat Club, also for walk-ins.
* Wearing a name tag helps to get to know each other. Thanks for writing your name on the special labels that we provide.
* Due to past complaints, please be aware that it is not allowed to purposefully join us for the coffee morning with the only intent to make sales pitches. We do not want any soliciting for religious, spiritual, financial, self-development, multi-level-marketing, health and other such programs or events. Our gatherings are meant to meet other people and discover new things while in Brussels.
* You are not the only one at the table, please try not to dominate discussions and be respectful of other people’s opinions.