September 28, 2022

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The colorful winter atmosphere in Dam is taking shape

The colorful winter atmosphere in Dam is taking shape

Floral artist Frederic van Pamel once again creates atmospheric floral splendor in Dam during the Christmas and New Year period. Construction of the gallery on the site of the former hospital is in full swing.

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The exhibition, entitled “Winterosphere in Damme”, is open to the public from December 23 to January 9. Frederiek Van Pamel provides exquisite décor to seven rooms in the historic St. John’s Hospital and seven rooms, former retirement homes, in the adjacent Margherita Wing. There will also be a kind of cave and a forest with beautiful red Christmas balls on the trees,” Van Pamel already reveals. The prep time is shorter than expected this year, but thanks to my amazing team and enthusiastic group of volunteers, we’re trying something unique again. Some previously unused spaces provide fresh ideas.” Tickets are limited Mayor Joachim Keynes (CD, Video +) adds: “Flowers delight people and that is why we are looking forward to it. We are delighted that we can once again offer Dame’s visitors a combination of floral art, a picnic and a pleasant catering visit. You can relax in Damme during the warmest time of the year in complete safety. “(PDV) Presenting a Covid Safe ticket is mandatory for everyone, from the age of 12, who wishes to visit the fair and all visitors from the age of six must wear a mouth mask. To enable social distancing, the number of visitors per half hour is limited to 50. Tickets cost 5 EUR Youth 12-18 pay 3 EUR Children under 12 get free entry, but they must also pre-order a ticket Dam residents pay a maximum of 3 EUR Tickets are available online at www. If you cannot book online, you can buy tickets in advance at the Visit Damme desk, Jacob van Maerlantstraat 3 in Damme (at Market Square).For information and tickets:

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