Join refugees & asylum seekers for integration celebration
(ADW) A celebration of integration between refugees, asylum seekers and the Luxembourg community takes place on Thursday in Limpertsberg and you are invited, but you have register quickly as spaces are limited!
The “Fête de Epiphany” event takes place at Tramschapp Centre Culturel located at 49 Rue Ermenside and refugees and asylum seekers are invited from the surrounding foyers in the City with some of them preparing food for guests.
The event is a collaboration between the organisations Passerell and Reech eng Hand supported by the Ville de Luxembourg, promising to be a fun night as well as a chance for the various communities to meet and greet each other.
Music will be provided by Guy Arend (Luxembourg organist) and a Djembe band as well as possible other musicians. For the children Jo-Jo from Caritas will be there to entertain.
Luxembourg City Mayor Lydie Polfer will start the proceedings with a short speech that will be translated simultaneously into Arabic and Farsi.
And even Grand Duke Henri and Grand Duchess Maria-Teresa will attend at 6:30pm
The event kicks off at 6pm and continues until 9pm with free entrance but places are limited, in fact just 150 places are available for the general public.
Therefore reservations are required in advance, again free of charge, and can be made now at the following link by clicking the “Register” button: www.eventbrite.com