Lustrum Congress The Hague History ‘Zand & Veen’

Pulchri Lange Voorhout 15 Map

INVITATION

Five years ago, the first issue of The Hague History magazine was published with informative and inspiring stories about the rich history and heritage of The Hague. In recent years a loyal relationship has been formed with more and more readers. We want to celebrate this festively. On September 24, there is therefore a special anniversary conference in the spacious, historic Mesdagzaal of Pulchri Studio (Lange Voorhout 15). The theme is ‘Sand & Veen’, just like the anniversary song. Using maps, drawings, prints and photos, Paul Gerretsen, historian and former VCL rector, charts the dichotomy between residents of The Hague who live on the sand and residents of The Hague who live on the peat. Subsequently, this dichotomy is also interpreted by the former mayors Van Aartsen and Deetman.

Program
15:30 Walk-in, where visitors immediately take a seat in the hall
4 pm Welcome by Jan Linssen, chairman of The Hague History and Heritage Foundation
4:05 pm Lecture by Paul Gerretsen about ‘Sand & Peat: The Hague, a city of ranks and ranks’
16:35 pm intermezzo: Marcel Verreck and Paul Pleijsier sing their songs from The Hague
4:45 pm Marcel Verreck holds a double interview with former mayors Jozias van Aartsen and Wim Deetman
5:15 pm intermezzo: Marcel Verreck and Paul Pleijsier sing their songs from The Hague
17:30 Drink at the end (placed)

Reservation
You are welcome. You can sign up via the website www.haagsehistorie.nl/lustrum. You can do that until September 17. The costs are € 5.00. If you decide to subscribe to the Haags Historische magazine, admission is free. You will receive a confirmation of your registration. Of course we respect all corona rules. That is why we ask you not only to bring your confirmation of registration to Pulchri, but also your ID and your paper or digital (the Dutch version of the QR code of the Corona Check app) proof of vaccination, recovery or negative test not older than 24  hours. For questions, please contact contact@haagsehistorie.nl.