STAY AFTER WORKSHOPS AND READINGS, OR COME EARLY TO OUR EVENING PROGRAMS
On each program day* at 18.00, we will make a soup for everyone to share – if you join please feel free to pimp our dinner with bread, cheese, drinks, desserts or whatever eatable and suitable – big or small. If you have nothing to bring or no time to prepare you are still as welcome – at least there will be soup!
WIKI KNOWLEDGE: The word “potluck”, or “potlatch” stems from the Chinook Jargon, meaning “to give away” or “a gift”; originally from the Nuu-chah-nulth word paɬaˑč, to make a ceremonial gift. … The potlatch is “a gift-giving feast practiced by indigenous peoples of the Pacific Northwest Coast of Canada and the United States, among whom it is traditionally the primary economic system.
—> EVERY PROGRAM DAY* @ 18.00-19.00
—> NO MONETARY ADMISSION
—> NO SEPARATE BOOKING (STAY AFTER WORKSHOPS OR READINGS, OR COME EARLY TO OUR EVENING PROGRAMS)
*19/11, 20/11, 21/11, 27/11, 29/11, 4/12, 5/12, 6/12 (kl 19.00), 7/12.
28/11 there is no Soup & Potluck, but food is still served within the concept of Gluey C: AFTER W€RK