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  1. NLBorrelaar

    Organized by the United Netherlands Organizations (UNO), a non-profit organization for the different Dutch clubs in SoCal. The Dutch School of Southern California will be there too, how about you?

    Leuke Nederlandse en Nederlands-Indische muziek (Blue Diamonds), heerlijke Hollandse en Indonesische lekkernijen (patat, kroketten, haring, paling, saté, nasi, kroepoek, enz), en een springkasteel voor de kinderen.

    This will be the 26th year that the Dutch community comes together. Friends and families of up to 4 generations have their reunion. Most of the people have roots in the Netherlands and the former Dutch East Indies (now Indonesia) and will gather to celebrate their shared heritage. People spend the whole day in the park where they have claiming their little space with their picnic blankets, folding chairs and gather around, sharing stories, laughter, listening and dancing to familiar Dutch and Indo Rock music. Another important reason why people keep coming are the traditional Dutch and Indonesian foods. When you ate enough you can either decide to burn off some of those calories on the dance floor or by strolling along the many vendor booths selling clothing, arts, crafts and many other things. Children always have a great time in the two bouncy houses.

    Due to stricter rules by the park, the organization will not allow any alcoholic beverages and food to be brought into the venue. This will be strictly enforced. As always, there will be a beer stand and plenty of food booths inside. The doors open at 10am, and it is encouraged to get your food as early as possible.

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