Life in Maastricht participates in The Sketchbook Project by trying to bring a collective of artists, illustrators and citizens together in one sketchbook for the New York library. Care to participate? Send us an email at email@example.com Continue reading The Life in Maastricht Sketchbook Project
Anybody can get married in Maastricht city! Working as a marriage officiant is a great job. Continue reading Getting married in Maastricht!
From theculturetrip.com: “Maastricht may not have the same worldwide fame as Amsterdam, but it is arguably just as beautiful.” Continue reading Maastricht on The Culture Trip
As of June 17, the directions on the map will go into effect. Continue reading A2 viaducts in use, new directions
In 2014, the Mandril Political and Cultural Centre had to be relocated because the municipality had other plans for the building. But nothing happened at Boschstraat 5. The building remained abandoned, until now. A group of cultural entrepreneurs, the cultural underground in Maastricht, decided to restore the soul of Boschstraat 5 and revamp its cultural destination on behalf of Kunsttour Maastricht. Continue reading Boschstraat 5 no longer vacant!
Four Standing Rock water protectors who advocate against the Dakota Access Pipeline, will participate in a debate about the nuclear plant in Tihange, coming Sunday, May 28th, at the Betahuis in Heerlen. 15 – 17 hrs. Free entrance. Continue reading Standing Rock against Tihange in Heerlen
Settling in to life in the Netherlands… It’s easy with ACCESS! By Tracey Taylor. “If you are an expat like me, then you’ll know the difficulties that come with moving to a new country. There are always going to be some pesky challenges to deal with – be it cultural differences, language barriers, getting to grips with the local lifestyle or simply finding your way around.” Continue reading It’s easy with ACCESS!