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    It is not only Holland that colours orange for the Queen's birthday. For five years in a row London has been celebrating the Dutch Queen' s Birthday in central London with Dutch music, food and activities. This year Trafalgar Square, London will once again turn orange. Come along an join the fun! Free entry!

    >>Come and taste the Dutch Lifestyle at the Dutch Market

    * Dutch Fries with Mayonnaise !! and other Dutch greats such as Kroket & Frikandel
    * Dutch Cheeses, Stroopwafels ( Caramel waffles)
    * Dutch Poffertjes (mini pancakes) how many can you eat ??
    * Plus, other delicious Dutch food and drink
    * Clog-maker; come and see how to make a hand-made clog
    * Fresh Dutch flowers for sale at great prices!

    >>Let The Music Play with Live Music on the Main Stage

    * Dutch bands (Go Back to the Zoo, Postman, Zuco 103, DI-RECT)
    * Kids Fun - Enjoy Holland House with all your family. Kids will have lots of exciting activities to take part in:
    o Face painting, balloon modelling
    o Theatre shows
    o & yes ... clog painting.

    >>Don’t miss in 2010 –

    * The Holland House Cycle Challenge on one of our hi-tech exercise bikes. Beat your friends over 750 metres and the fastest times of the day can win prizes including bikes and accessories worth up to £2,500 (courtesy of Evans Cycles).
    * The Pole Vaulting demonstration by former World Champion Rens Blom

    >>National Gallery & Holland House

    * Special tours highlighting the National gallery’s fabulous collection of Dutch paintings.
    * Free short tours of Dutch paintings in the Gallery at 4pm and 5pm. Places are limited and allocated on a first-come, first-served basis from the Sainsbury Wing Information Desk.
    * Or, try the free ‘17th-Century Dutch Paintings Trail’ in Dutch and English, available from Gallery Information Desks.
    * After experiencing The Dutch Paintings Trail, why not visit Holland and enjoy Holland’s art cities with more art per square mile than anywhere in the world.

    see www.holland.com/uk for more information

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    The management reserves the right at any stage to change any aspect of the Holland House without prior notification.
 
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