Jack’s Race Day
A weekend full of loud engines at the TT circuit in Assen. Jack’s race day includes racing cars, buggies, and motorcycles. The ceremony started today with training courses and qualifying tours. Finals on Sunday. The event is a mixture of racing with pretend and entertainment.
According to the organisation, some of the highlights are that around thirteen Formula 1 cars are going around, former Formula 1 driver Ralf Schumacher comes in and a replica of Max Verstappen’s car appears. For a fee, visitors can also take a ride in a helicopter that “rolls” through the air.
Yesterday we went to look at the build:
Jack’s Racing Day, formerly known as Gamma Racing Day, welcomes 35,000 people. All visitors have been tested negative or have been vaccinated.
– Exhibition of painter Anton Heppur and photographer Nico Koster
At the Nienoord Museum in Leek, there’s a free tour of an exhibition with works by painter Anton Heibur and photographer Nico Koster. For Koster’s 80th birthday, the Nienoord Museum invited him to make an extensive collection of his own collection. In addition to beautiful photos by Heyboer, about 200 photos of people and special events are also included. From the train hijacking in De Punt to Lennon and Ono in the bed of an Amsterdam hotel.
Saturday the tour starts at 2 pm and Sunday at 1 pm and 3 pm.
Walking Journey Through “Little Switzerland”
Hiking lovers, pay attention! Put your shoes on for a trip through ‘Little Switzerland’. With a guide from Staatsbosbe, you can walk through Emmerdennen on a Sunday. The guide tells about the nature, cultural history and origin of Emmerdennen.
This tour is for the whole family, young and old, says Staatsb The walk starts at 1:00 p.m. and lasts about an hour and a half. You must register at www.staatsb Glosbeheer.nl/emmerdennen.
Last open day of the park this year at 1th Exloermond
Sunday is the last open day for the park of the year at 1e Exloermond. The garden at Eerste Exloërmond 12 has an area of 3000 square meters and is located in the flat landscaped Veenkolonial District. For more information, visit www.hondsrugtuin.nl.
The Circus in Ruinen
For the first time since 2012, the circus is back in Ruinen this week. Since the day before yesterday, the German circus has performed there, which will continue until Sunday. Tickets are on sale at the box office of the circus tent.
After performances in Ruinen, the circus moves to Hoogeveen. There are deals next week.
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