The second largest city in Münsterland shines with numerous great events. The barbecue party is just as exciting as Germany's largest children's flea market or the street party. One of the highlights is the Ems Festival. The artists on the floating stage have been attracting audiences to the Ems city for years. The colourful programme is completed by the exhibitions and events at Frankenhof and Kloster Bentlage. With our calendar of events you can keep track of everything.
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Nine renowned artists - all with a proven focus on artistic drawing - from Germany, the Netherlands and France will explore the medium of charcoal drawing during a ten-day workshop at Kloster Bentlage. The aim is to transfer knowledge between experienced artists about the use of charcoal and the further development of their drawing oeuvres, and to present a jointly created contemporary artistic work in the field of charcoal drawing. A special feature of the workshop is that the artists will produce the charcoal themselves, using wood from the Bentlage countryside, and integrate it into their own drawings.
The artistic results will then be presented together with the process documentation and other works by the artists in the barn at Kloster Bentlage. Workshops and hands-on activities for visitors are planned to accompany the exhibition.
For the eleventh time in a row, illustrious guests from the Middle Ages pitch their tents in the Salinenpark in Rheine in July. In authentic tents and dwellings, craftsmen and artists, knights, servants and noblemen work, celebrate, eat and sleep. Home-made goods are offered for sale with market cries and artists amaze the audience with singing and acrobatics. Many speciality stalls cater for the physical well-being.
For four days, the banks of the Ems and the floating stage in the middle of the river become the absolute centre of the city and the city slogan "Rheine - Life on the Ems" can be experienced. Visitors can look forward to exclusive live shows and music from different decades and styles. Rock, pop, hits or charts - everything the audience enjoys will be presented here. This year's programme will once again be offered under the motto: "Umsonst & Draußen!".
Children offer their treasures for sale at around 1,000 flea market stalls. There is hustle and bustle as far as the eye can see. From computer games to board games, from puzzles to books, from toy figures to clothes and everything else a collector's heart desires can be bargained for. Under certain conditions, adults also have the opportunity to register a flea market stall.
The Frauenkammerchor Rheine is committed to demanding classical women's choir literature in small ensembles with a special focus on rarely heard choral literature outside the usual women's choir repertoire.
This concert will feature melodies by renowned composers such as Claude Debussy, Ola Gjeilo, Edvard Grieg, Pablo Casals and others. Join the choir and its conductor Sebastian Zint on an extraordinary journey through Europe and beyond!
Parkmöglichkeiten im Umkreis der Johanneskirche vorhanden.
Für Schüler, Studenten und Auszubildende gilt der ermäßigte Eintritt von 12,00 €.
Kinder unter 14 Jahren haben freien Eintritt.
Eintrittskarten sind bei den Chormitgliedern und über den Kontakt über die Homepage erhältlich. Bei Zusendung der Eintrittskarten werden Portokosten fällig.
On the following Sundays, various shops in Rheine city centre will be open from 1 to 6 p.m. as part of an event.
Vegetables and fruit fresh from the field, meat products from the region, fragrant baked goods straight from the oven, colourful seasonal flowers and mysterious spices from all over the world. The weekly markets in Münsterland invite you to "open-air shopping" and yet are far more than mere sales places. This is where locals and visitors meet, the latest news is exchanged and there is time for a chat among friends.
Weekly market in Rheine:
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