Concerts, movies, guided tours, tractor meetings, dancing, Mühlenmöppkes or fun at the fair – this is what awaits you on the Whitsun weekend.
There is also a lot to offer for those who do not wish to take a short break to the North Sea, such as on the long Pentecost weekend. Already at your fingertips, numerous events offer exciting, interesting, artistic or just a lot of fun. NRZ has put together some cool cruise destinations.
this Viller Mill the mad puppeteer Heinz Bömler in Goch-Kessel opens its doors on Whit Sunday and on Monday. Visitors are invited from 11:00 to 18:00 on 5-6 June. “Grandpa, tell me about it” is the motto this year, and grandparents can use this nostalgic exhibition to tell their grandchildren how it used to be. An entrance fee of € 7.50 will benefit the renovation of a large industrial mill. A family ticket for two adults and up to three children costs 25 euros. The mill’s largest contemporary historical collection is a must for all nostalgic people, says Heinz Bömler. To be laughable, he regularly shows excerpts from his shows on both days.
The historian Thomas Schramm makes several historical tours around the mill and “Lower Rhine’s most beautiful beer garden” invites you to linger. Tickets: viller-muehle.de. On Saturday, June 4 at 20:00 (admission from 18.45), the Sacklager cabaret “Hart an der Grenz” is also celebrating the jubilee there. The program has been broadcast for exactly 20 years and has long since achieved cult status. During those two decades, nearly 80 radio recordings were made for WDR 5, and over 200 guests took the stage.
Dancing in the Gocher Stadtpark
Dancing with all senses and people is also the motto on Saturday Gocher City Park. Stadtparkverein invites you there from 16:00. Therefore, dancing and having fun together should be taken proverbially. Because the association invites you to its integration event “Tanzen im Stadtpark”. At 4 p.m. the area in front of the concert bowl is open to friends of the movement. Until 10.00 p.m. all guests can count on a colorful gathering of people united by the joy of music. While rock sounds usually dominate the Stadtparkverein parties, on this day climatic hits fill the park with sound. This is ensured by Hansi Domke with his DJ set in cooperation with the “Disco mal anders” club. Admission is free as usual. The beer garden, open from 15:00, offers coffee, cake, hot grilled sausage and cold drinks.
Mühlenmöppkes attract many cyclists
Old Dutch mill in Kleve-Donsbrüggen prepares everything for the German Mill Day. On Green Monday, the Förderkreis Alte Mühle invites you to an ecumenical service at 10.00 with the accompaniment of the Nütterden singing and playing ensemble. The mill can be visited, there is fresh wholemeal bread, butter dough, and delicious Mühlenmöppkes can be bought to go or eaten straight away. There is a bouncy castle that kids can run in.
Anyone attracted to Kalkar on Pentecost should definitely visit Hanselaer Church look at. The Nikolaus Kalkar brotherhood allows you to visit a small village church on the first Sunday in the summer months – including Pentecost. The medieval interior of the church has remained unchanged to this day. From 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m., visitors can see details of the altars and paintings in St. Anthony. The other dates are: July 3, August 7 (Kalkar rides a bike), September 4, October 2, each at 15:00.
This Sabisch Artist’s House with the studio can be watched in Kalkar on Saturday 4 June at The meeting point of the tour “Artist’s Life” is Taubenturm, Op de Wacht. The trip takes approximately one and a half hours and costs five euros per person.
Down Artoll art studio At the Rheinische Kliniken in Bedburg-Hau, Olena Ukraintseva, Anja Maria Strauss, Hans-Peter Menge, Martin Lersch, Gudrun Kattke, Klaus U. Hilsbecher and Almut Hickl invite you on Saturday and Sunday from by 18:00 clash of different species. in Moyland Castle Museum this is the last week of the exhibition “Fflame Expressionism – Woodcuts from the Collection of Joseph Hierling”. The museum and exhibition are still open on Sunday and Monday. The guided tour of the exhibition will take place on both days at 2 p.m. Costs: 2 euro per person / meeting plus 3 euro reduced admission to the museum
Tunnels under Schwanenburg
Wirtschaft & Tourismus Stadt Kleve GmbH offers a slightly different trip on Saturday 4 June from 11:00 to 13:00. The city guide Wiltrud Schnütgen guides participants to the “Underground Kleve“. It will include bunkers, tunnels, ice and wine cellars and the legendary walk from the amphitheater to Schwanenburg. You can tour the tunnel as well as see images of inaccessible cellars. Registration is required at the number: 02821/84806 or by e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Cost: six euros per person. The meeting point is the Großer Markt car park.
They should be on Monday Egerland Music Friends get the value of their money. Then, from 15.00 in the flower courtyard of Klever Park, Boxtel’s “Die Fürstenwalder Musikanten” will perform as part of the forest garden concerts. Started as a family band, it has developed into a complete brass band and provides relaxing and fresh entertainment with Egerländer and Czech music.
Tractor meeting in Kranenburg
In Kranenburg-Nutterden we invite all clubs and organizations for Pentecost Sunday from 12.00 to 19.00, to a village festival in the square between the old school and the fire station.
this The friends of the Kranenburg tractors they organize a tractor meeting on Sunday in the meadow near Haus Hünnekes / B 9. Construction vehicles and caravans are also welcome there from Saturday. Information: treckerfreunde-kranenburg.de
On the day of Pentecost, many music enthusiasts will be attracted by the otherwise quiet Zyfflich. Finally climb up there with Blues and Woodstock two festivals. On Friday and Saturday, the little village turns into a festival site. While Friday pays tribute to Woodstock with its rock classics and legendary Woodstock vibe, Saturday is all about blues.
On Friday, Tribute to the Doors, The Beatles Sessions and of course the Woodstock Tribute Band will play on various stages, on Saturday, Black Cat Biscuit, Bex Marshall & Band or Robbert Duijf and Rob Orlemans & Half Past Midnight will be guests at Storchendorf. Tickets are available for one evening or as a combined ticket for both evenings. Even a small campsite is available. Always start at 19:00. More information at festivalinzyfflich.de
Cinema in Hohe Mühle in Uedem
Outdoor cinema Saturday and Sunday are at the Hohe Mühle Uedem. The commune, local history and tourist association as well as the energy company Westenergie invite you to a summer cinema. Admission to the event starts at 20:00, films start at 21:30. Those interested can buy tickets for two great movie nights with a great atmosphere for five euros at the Uedem town hall, at the van Beek florist or in the Hohe Mühle. On the first movie night, June 4, the “Unreliable Generation” bar will be displayed. James Bond 007: No Time To Die will air on June 5. For a cinema-like experience, you’ll find crunchy popcorn, delicious snacks and refreshing drinks. Nils Rudolph, head of the municipality of Westenergie, explains: “We want to offer residents a high-quality leisure activity. We want local clubs and initiatives to get something out of this evening as well: That is why we donate all the proceeds from selling popcorn and drinks to the local Uedem tourist association and the refugee aid organization for a good cause. prices of 5 euros can be purchased at the town hall, at the van Beek florist at Mühlenstraße 14 and in the Hohe Mühle.
The Pentecost fair in Geldern
Finally fair again! he goes on weekend in Gelderland. The Pentecost Fair in Geldern, probably the largest street fair on the Lower Rhine, will be held on June 4-7. For the first time since 2019, on Saturday there will be a traditional march of marching bands and a flag parade of showman associations. After the barrel at 2 p.m., great rides await guests. One of the largest is once again at the intersection of the Laumann Dragon Pharmacy and the Laumann toy store: “Jules Verne Tower”, the tallest mobile and fully themed giant chain flyer in the world. Passengers travel up to 80 meters at speeds of up to two meters per second. The driving speed is up to 65 km / h – so emotions and action are guaranteed here. The hustle and bustle ends on Tuesday around 23:00 with a fireworks show in an amusement park funded by showmen.
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