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The Feast Site Zandvoort has been canceled.
National restrictions regarding “social distancing” now limit the number of people allowed in the meeting hall for the Feast of Tabernacles to 100 people from the originally anticipated 300. Even though we will be limited to 100 people at the Feast, the hotel has also informed us that our costs for various services (hall rent, etc.) will not be reduced accordingly.
When the UCG-Netherlands National Council decided last September to host a Dutch feast site, the decision was based on a cost calculation with 300 people in attendance and the expenses being covered in part by our many international guests. With the capacity limitations now imposed on us by “social distancing”, our cost calculation is obviously no longer valid. For that reason, as much as we regret it, we have decided to cancel the Dutch feast site in Zandvoort.
After a gap of more than 20 years, we are very pleased to announce that the Feast of Tabernacles will be held again in the Netherlands. This time around, it will not be held inland but on the shore of Zandvoort aan Zee, a short 30 minute drive from Amsterdam.
Next to the Dutch brethren, we have room for 150 international transfers. We have plans to offer cultural activities from excursions to Amsterdam proper to an excursion to a traditional Dutch village with wind-mills and its authenticity retained. At this village you can take pictures not only of people in traditional Dutch costumes, you and your family can wear these Dutch costumes yourselves and have your picture taken in traditional Dutch costumes and take pictures home as souvenirs.
Prepare to meet and join in 2020 the Dutch brethren and to celebrate God’s Feast of Tabernacles in the lowlands of Zebulon!
The location for the Feast of Tabernacles 2020 is Zandvoort aan Zee.
Zandvoort is best known for the Grand Prix / Formula 1 race circuit, and will become even more well-known if the Dutch racing-driver Max Verstappen wins his first Grand Prix race in Zandvoort before his own fans! That could be the case on 3 May 2020.
Zandvoort aan Zee has a railway station which is only an 8 minute walk from the Feast’s meeting hall. Zandvoort is ideally located. It is not far from Schiphol Airport and is close to the official Dutch capital of Amsterdam. Zandvoort aan Zee also has its own ship museum and nature park. This feast location offers hotel rooms and an adjacent park with cottages of differing sizes. This park also has a subtropical swim paradise.