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Surifesta 2006 " Kunst, Koffie en een Koekje "
(10 Dec 2006 - 10 Jan 2007)

Readytex Art Gallery
“Kunst, koffie en een koekje”
“Art, coffee and a cookie”

In connection with the Surifesta activities during the upcoming holidays, the Readytex Art Gallery also has an activity planned for the art lovers among the celebrating holiday crowd.
On every Saturday between December 10th and January 10th the gallery will host a fun social event called “Kunst, koffie en een koekje”.
Guests can come into the gallery on those mornings and under the enjoyment of a cup of coffee, a cookie and most importantly stimulating art, they will be given the opportunity to meet the artists and engage with them in conversation about their work.

The exact dates of this event are Saturday the 16th, 23rd, and the 30th of December and for one last time on Saturday the 6th of January 2007 and the time is 9:00 until 11:00 o’clock in the morning.
This event will offer visitors the unique opportunity to get to know their favorite Surinamese artists and to learn more about their artwork, in a pleasant and relaxed atmosphere.
Each and everyone is welcome on these Saturday mornings for “kunst, koffie en een koekje” at the Readytex Art Gallery located at the Maagdenstraat 46, upstairs.
For more information please feel free to call us at 421750.

The Readytex Art Gallery Team wishes everybody happy holidays and we hope to receive you at our Surifesta activity, “Kunst, koffie en een koekje”.

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