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Family Disco

Family Disco on Friday November 10th at 6 pm – 8 pm. Music from around the world. Children welcome! Please sign up before November 7th to toimisto@monikulttuuriyhdistys.fi Will you be there? Let us know by clicking this cool button below ↓ I’ll be there!

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Halloween 2017; Terrible witches, living-dead and a pony

Halloween came to the Multicultural Association of Satakunta for the first time this year! We had lot of guest as well as ghoulish characters come in to enjoy the Friday evening. But do you know what Halloween is about? Halloween has been celebrated for long time in Anglo-Saxon countries like England, Scotland and Ireland every

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Halloween 2017; Vampire trials and China’s hopping dead

Halloween wouldn’t be complete without vampires. Before Bram Stoker’s Dracula-novel and the word vampire became common, stories of entities that suck blood had already passed from generations to generation for centuries.  During the 18th century there was a massive hysteria caused by believed attacks by vampires, and the rumors started to go down only after

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Halloween 2017; Arabia and Africa

The continent of Africa and arabic areas have long and colorful history and culture and the tales of the Thousand and One Nights are familiar to many. The genie of the lamp is not always friendly in those stories though, and many of them would fit in the category of scary stories rather than bedtime

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Halloween 2017; Legends about beautiful women and cruel demons

Japanese mythology is filled with odd and imaginative creatures and spirits, that still have a great influence with Japanese movies and society in general. Creatures often seen in different forms of popular culture include the Kitsune, a fox-demon that may bring good fortune to people, and Kappas, that are often depicted as easygoing river creatures

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Halloween 2017; A long-nosed witch and mischievious household spirits

Need ideas for your costume for our Friday night party? Read this: Halloween is that time of the year when you can see many people dressed up as a vampire, witch, devil-horned prankster or as a ghoulish creature, who all have their roots in folklore around the globe. Did you know that stories about blood-sucking

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Halloween party

Welcome to an International Halloween Party on Friday October 27th at 6 pm – 10 pm! African food (for voluntary fee) Best dressed person will win a prize. Sign up to the party before October 23rd by e-mail to toimisto@monikulttuuriyhdistys.fi The event on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/events/367871533648455  

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Spanish evening on Friday October 13th

Spanish Language Club members are organizing another Spanish evening on Friday October 13th at 6-9 pm. Welcome everybody who is interested in the Spanish language and the cultures of Spanish speaking countries. There will be some tapas, music and entertainment. Voluntary fee for the food, please bring some change with you. Sign up by e-mail

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Italian cooking class on Friday November 3rd at 5 o’clock

Welcome to a Italian cooking class on Friday November 3rd starting from five o’clock. First there will be a short presentation about Italian food and then we will go to the kitchen to cook! The course has 15 slots. Host are Ilaria and Valerio from Italy. Please sign up to toimisto@monikulttuuriyhdistys.fi  

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Let’s Talk Together on Monday October 2nd

Welcome to the Let’s Talk Together -meeting on Monday October 2nd at 5-6.30 pm. In this meeting immigrants and native Finns talk together in Finnish. This is a great opportunity to practice conversational Finnish in a relaxed setting. Welcome both Finnish learners and native Finnish speakers! You don’t need to sign up, just come! After

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