Sunday 3 February
11:00 – 17:00
The Hague City Hall
A meeting point and fun day out for the whole community
Bringing Communities Together
The Feel at Home Fair is the biggest gathering of the international community in the Netherlands. Over 4000 people, representing more than 100 nationalities, come together to share their experience of life in Holland and make connections locally.
The Fair is unique in its ability to bring together the enormous variety of exhibitors, presenters, performers and players that represent our diverse community. More than any event, it fosters links and bridges between these different groups and shows the connected community in our region.
All interests and pastimes
Around half of the 150 stands at the Feel at Home Fair are sport, social and community groups representing all manner of hobbies and pastimes for every age. If you wish to play football or play the saxophone, play Mah-jong or play the villain in the Christmas panto… you’ll find others who share your interest at the Fair.
Uniting and sharing
A dizzying array of culturally diverse groups share the activity or interest which unites their work, school, sport or social community with visitors to the Fair. The interaction between stand holders and visitors, and the interconnections between the many different communities, create the special warmth and atmosphere for which the Feel at Home Fair is known and appreciated.
The Fair is a celebration of the uniquely connected international community which exists in this region.
Join your Community at the Fair
Diplomat TV’s video shows visitors of all nationalities participating in the many activities at the Fairread more
Starting a business, Buying a home, Networking….a series of interactive workshops run throughout the day of the Fairread more
Throughout the day, visitors will be entertained by a full programme of performances on the Feel at Home Podium.read more
Over 4000 visitors applauded performances and participated in sports and leisure activities offered by 150 diverse exhibitorsread more