Social clubs

Let’s Catch Up is a social initiative by Expat Centre Maastricht Region, Maastricht University and several cultural institutions. Let’s Catch Up organises a variety of social and cultural events throughout the year. Whether it’s an exclusive backstage tour, one-on-one moments with performers or inspiring guest speakers, there is always an added element of exclusivity at each event.

International Women’s Club South Limburg is a non-profit organisation whose primary purpose is to bring together women of all nationalities living in the area of South Limburg; promoting friendship, sharing mutual interests and extending support and information to newcomers.

Alliance Française brings French language and culture to Maastricht and the surrounding area through; French language courses, readings, film and music evenings, Café français and group outings.

Circulo Cervantes is an association of lovers of the language, culture and history of Spain and Spanish America; the association regularly organises all kinds of activities around these topics.

Maastricht Babel is a fortnightly informal gathering in Maastricht for people wanting to practice their Dutch and English conversation skills.

International Student Network (ISN) in Maastricht is part of the Erasmus Student Network (ESN). ISN Maastricht aims to provide guidance and advice to exchange students in Maastricht, as well as international students staying for a longer period of time. ISN organises activities, parties and trips.

Maastricht International Playgroup provides a place for international and local infants and children aged 0-3 years and their parents to play, enjoy creative activities as well as to connect and socialise.

CoderDojo is a global network of free, volunteer-led, community-based programming clubs for young people. Anyone aged seven to seventeen can visit a Dojo where they can learn to code, build a website or create an app or a game. In Limburg CoderDojo is located in Roermond and Sittard.

Internations is an online and offline global community for people who live and work abroad, offering global networking opportunities, local events, and expat-relevant information.

COC Limburg is the main LGBT organisation of Limburg and the region, promoting for the interests and rights of the lesbian, homosexual, bisexual, and transgender communities. They provide a safe environment where social interaction within a specific group is possible and also organise various lectures, debates, workshops, information sessions at schools, and other events.

Netherlands America Institute Limburg (NAIL) The key objectives of NAIL are to maintain and strengthen social, cultural and economic ties, to promote friendship between citizens of the USA and the Netherlands. These days all expats are included, not just US citizens.

Meetup is an online platform for finding and building local communities. People use Meetup to meet new people, learn new things, find support, get out of their comfort zones, and pursue their passions, together. Simply type in the location and Meetup displays the groups and activities taking place in that local area.

Newcomerservice Heerlen organises informal network meetings for highly trained professionals who work in or near Heerlen.

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