T-House program, Feb. 25–Mar. 3, 2019

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SPECIAL EVENT THIS WEEK: Fastelavnsfest / Piñata Party

Every first Friday of the month, Trampoline House invites users and guests to an awesome evening with community dinner, special events, bar, and dancing. 

This Friday, March 1, we will have a Fastelavn party (Piñata party) for children and parents from 4–6 pm. We will dress up in funny costumes and 'slå katten af tønden' (strike the Piñata).

PROGRAM THIS FRIDAY:
4–6 pm: Slå katten af tønden / Pinata party
6–7 pm: Community dinner
8–12 am: Bar & Dancing with in-house DJs

All events in Trampoline House are for free, and everyone is welcome. However, we’d really appreciate it if you’d help us get an idea of how many people to expect by filling out this form: www.trampolinehouse.dk/sign-up-special-event

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BIG HOUSE MEETING: Children's Programs & Policies

This Tuesday, Feb. 26, from 4–5:30 pm, we invite all users of Trampoline House to our Big House Meeting. During the meeting, staff will present the different programs and services we offer children in the house. We will also discuss rules and policies for children in the house. Click here to read more

TALK: Intro to the Danish asylum system

Learn about the rules and policies of the Danish asylum system, when Michala Clante Bendixen (Refugees Welcome) gives a talk in Trampoline House this Friday, Mar. 1, from 4–6 pmClick here to read more. All events in Trampoline House are for free, and everyone is welcome. However, we’d really appreciate it if you’d help us get an idea of how many people to expect by filling out this form: www.trampolinehouse.dk/sign-up-special-event

VOLUNTEERS AND INTERNS: Guided tour in deportation center Sjælsmark

This Saturday, Mar. 2, from 12–2 pm, new interns and volunteers in Trampoline House can get a guided tour in deportation center Sjælsmark by a resident living there. Are you wondering what a Danish asylum center looks like from the inside and what life conditions are offered to asylum seekers in Denmark, then register for the tour by emailing to volunteer@trampolinehouse.dk no later than two days before the tour. Click here to read more

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STOPPED: Trampoline Times editorial meetings 

Trampoline House's online newsletter, Trampoline Times, will no longer have weekly editorial meetings on Tuesdays. Instead, contributors will meet ad hoc. If you would like to write something for Trampoline Times, please contact Communication Coordinator Kajsa at kajsa@trampolinehouse.dk

DEMOCRACY CLASS: The American Revolution

The Democracy class takes place every Friday from 2:30–4 pm and is open to people with special interest in politics and communication. This season, Democracy class will analyze a series of revolutions that changed the world. On Friday, Mar. 1, Morten Goll will give a presentation about the American Revolution. See what next Friday's topic is in Trampoline House calendar

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WOMEN’S CLUB: Dental care for children

In Women's Club this Saturday, Mar. 2, from 3–5 pm, we will get a visit by a dentist, who will teach us how to take care of our children’s teeth so they can last a lifetime. We will also discuss how to reconceptualize Sisters' Cuisine and turn it into a food club that does food events and fundraisers in Trampoline House.

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VACATION: Bible class in Farsi

The Bible class in Farsi is cancelled the next three Fridays. Teacher Mandana will be back on Friday, Mar. 22., 6–7 pm.