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Edition 46 - June 2012

Orange Entertainment

Now that our Soccer team is out of the European championship some entertainment for our slightly younger (21+) members and friends
Our very own DJ's well known from our Annual Queensday party
will be the star attraction for ladies night this Friday evening
22 June from 9:00pm to 2:30am at Scenario

Scenario and Orange entertainment
Free Martinis for Ladies before Midnight*
*Limit 2 per guest


Van Baümer (Orange Entertainment - Leiden, Holland)

Spinning for the past decade, Van Baümer has successfully coupled natural born talent with technical training to produce some of the best sets that electronic music has yet to offer. Starting his career in Atlanta, Georgia, Van Baümer has captured his Dutch heritage and releases it in his music to reveal his own unique sound: being able to produce a hard, driving pulse, a textured progressive moodscape or even a purely euphoric experience. Along with his distinctively European edge, Van Baümer’s skill in seamless mixing is outmatched only by his ability to select some of the highest quality digital tracks available. All this joined with his honest passion for electronic music makes him a necessary artist on any trance lovers playlist.

Dutchstijl by Wolter (Orange Entertainment - Rotterdam, Holland)

Hailing from Rotterdam, but raised in Atlanta - Wolter has grown to become a Deep House Specialist. A regular fixture at many of the clubs, Wolter blends styles of minimal tech house with roaring basslines of the more progressive sides of house. Although a newcomer to the nightlife scene, Wolter has already made quite name for himself. He's an ideal DJ for the beginning of the night to build tension or at the end of the night to wind the crowd down. With this being said, Wolter Haverhals will soon be a household name on the Atlanta late night circuit.

10th Annual Golf Tournament

Visit Ernst Hirsch Ballin

Hirsch Ballin

Ernst Hirst Ballin will be visiting Atlanta and together with Emory University
and the Netherlands American Chamber of Commerce we are organizing a reading
on Sunday evening 1 July 2012 around 8 PM

Ernst Hirsch Ballin served as Minister of Justice, Minister for Suriname and Netherlands Antilles Affairs, acting Minister of the Interior,
Minister of Justice & Minister of the Interior and Kingdom Relations.

After the Dutch general election of 2010, he made an appeal to his party not to work with Party for Freedom (PVV)
to begin a cabinet formation for a new cabinet.
After the success of the formation he was not offered a new position in the new Cabinet Rutte,
and returned as a Professor at the University of Amsterdam and the Tilburg University as a legal scholar.

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