Past Events

Svenska Dagen Nov 6 poster
Finnish Swedish Heritage Day Dinner
Wednesday, November 6 at 7 pm

Traditional menu
Pea soup
Swedish punsch
Oven pancake

Read about “Svenska dagen” on Wikipedia.

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Kaffestuga 2.0
Friday, October 25
After work 6–9 pm

Drop in for adult refreshments, fancy coffee with home-made cardamom buns and hot chocolate in front of the fireplace in the hygge part of the clubhouse. FREE for all to attend. Prospective members welcome! Donations appreciated.

What is “hygge”, anyway?.

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Finnish Day of Failure Pancake Breakfast – Sunday, October 13

Family Beach Day - Sunday, September 8

Family Beach Day
Sunday, September 8
12 noon to 4 pm

Goat cuddling, lawn games, beach parking and fun for the whole family! Craft beer and Scandinavian hot dogs. Introducing the Finnish Long Drink! Everyone is Scandinavian! Everyone is welcome!

Included in your admission is a hot dog with all the proper Scandinavian accoutrements AND your first beverage!

The website “Cool Hunting” recently featured an article about how the legendary gin-based beverage is now entering the U.S.

Kubb rules!


Rygir – Norwegian Folk Music Pop Up Concert

Thursday, September 5
Doors at 7pm and music at 7:30pm.

Rygir direct from Norway will be visiting our area and we have the opportunity to host them at the Club for a Thursday evening of music. They describe their playing as energetic and mysterious norwegian folk music. The members are, Stig Helgeland: Hardanger fiddle and fiddle and Torbjorn Grindheim: 18 string double neck guitar and vocal.

It is $10 for members and $15 for non-members.
You may bring in your own refreshments and snacks if you’d like.

About Rygir: For many centuries the traditional Norwegian music has been played at festive events. It feels mysterious in many ways, perhaps especially because of its multifaceted sound, and both the feel of joy and despair can sometimes be present in the same tune.

Rygir is all about bringing this music to a wider audience, with strong focus on playing it with the energy it deserves. The members use the double neck guitar, traditional hardanger fiddle and ordinary fiddle which makes a full and tight sound.

The band name is derived from the the historic name of the inhabitants in county Rogaland in Norway. This is where the band has its base.

BYOB and a Friend
Thursday, July 25 at 7 PM

Bring your own bottle, take-out dinner, and a friend of Nordic heritage who may be interested in learning more about the club!

Please consider bringing an appetizer or a dessert to share with everyone.

Don’t miss our Annual Holiday Fair this Saturday 12/1!

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Welcome to MidSummer!

We will have our Midsummer Celebration Saturday, June 24th, beginning around Noon.

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Please invite your friends and family for a day at the Club celebrating our very special Scandinavian tradition.

You may bring flowers to help decorate the Midsummer pole and your own picnic.

There will be hotdogs, refreshments, and deserts on offer.

Donations of baked goods are always welcome!


 All the way from Sweden…


Wed, April 26th, 2017
7:00pm – 9:00pm
Doors open at 6pm, Smorgasbord included, BYOB
$20 Non-members
$15 Members/$10 Senior Members

RSVP FOR TICKETS or leave message at 203-259-3817

Swedish singer songwriter, Sofia Talvik, blends elements of folk and pop with a twang of Americana to create a special niche of Folk music. Her talent lies as much in her music as in her way of making you feel like you’re the only one in the room with her, no matter if there are 50 or 5000 more. She binds together intimate, heartfelt songs with personal anecdotes from her many tours in the USA and Europe, creating a warm and relaxed environment for the audience. Foot percussion and rhythmic guitar picking create a steady base for her show-stealing vocals. Performing mostly original songs in English, Sofia brings a novel mix to her American audiences with a few fresh interpretations of Swedish traditional songs.

With 6 full length albums and extensive tours, she’s graced stages of large festivals such as Lollapalooza and SXSW, and is now making a special appearance at the Scandinavian Club on her Spring East Coast Tour! Come experience her acoustic performance filled with original and unique compositions and finger-picked guitar. Think early Joni Mitchell – outstanding songs in an American idiom, performed with superb musicianship.

Her song ‘Big Sky Country’ was appointed “Best indie country song” on Eclectic Pop’s list. Check it out HERE!

More Info:

New Album September 2019!

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