Come celebrate the 4th of July at the beach with us the day after (on July 5th, that is)!
The American Club of Sweden invites Club Members, their families and other members of Sweden's American community to join us for a fun-filled Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 5th from 11:00am - 3:00pm.
With the next U.S. Elections just months away, spice up your evening whatever your political flavor. Young, not so young, new to voting abroad or just keeping up: get registered to vote. We take the opportunity as the American Citizens Abroad chapter in Sweden, and with the spirit and tradition of Rock the Vote to welcome you to an evening where you can expect entertainment and good deals on food and beverage as the Hard Rock Cafe hosts with the organizing partners.
Not a U.S. Voter? There will be plenty of time for good old fashioned mingling, as with every Third Thursday with The American Club of Sweden.
Our monthly mixing, mingling and networking event, Third Thursday (or "3T" as regulars call it) is open to anyone with an interest in The American Club of Sweden. It's even a great opportunity for those considering membership to get to know our Members and learn more about our club.
The Third Thursday of each month from 17:30-19:30. NOTE: We will be back at Hilton Slussen on September 18th, this is a one time exception for the Rock the Vote event.
To celebrate Labor Day and enjoy one last lazy evening of summer, Members and guests are invited to bring their own picnics to Rålambshovsparken. For those that are interested, several people will be setting up an informal game of softball starting around 16:00 - if you have gloves, bats or balls please bring them along!
On the edge of Riddarfjärden for the early evening of Monday, September 2nd, join us for a holiday that marks the transition from Summer to Fall.
As the world commemorates the 70th anniversary of the end of Europe’s largest ghettos in 1944, the American Club’s Intercultural Forum turns its attentions to the history of the world’s most destructive force: hatred. Our highly experienced panel looks back at the way that hatred as a psychological phenomenon has impacted our societies, both in Europe and in the United States, and distil its common motivators. Among our panelists are individuals who have shown what it means to counteract this force and how important the values and actions of each one of us can be.