The American Club of Sweden facilitates the strengthening of bonds between the people of the United States of America and Sweden, through the exchange of knowledge, customs and ideals in social gatherings of its members and guests. The Club has been serving in this capacity for one hundred and twelve years, and therefore feels a strong responsibility to comment on recent portrayals of modern Sweden in the media that may have been unbalanced, and caused alarm to the families and friends of our members who are concerned about the safety and well-being of their loved ones living in Sweden.

Bonniers Konsthall presents 'Lost in Space' a solo exhibition with Turner Prize-winning artist Susan Philipsz, Bonniers Konsthall’s 2017 guest artist. Originally a sculptor, Susan Philipsz has since selected sound as her primary medium. She is internationally renowned for her spatial sound installations, which revolve around such themes as loss, longing and hope.

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 we gather at Hilton Stockholm (Slussen) from 17:30-19:30.

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Expectations and Experiences of Sweden and the U.S. The American Club of Sweden in collaboration with the Swedish Fulbright Commission, the Swedish Fulbright Alumnae Association, AFS Intercultural Programs, and Swedish Institute is pleased to host this timely and important discussion concerning our perceptions of one another.

A panel of former US-Sweden exchange scholars and students discuss their expectations of the country they would spend a study year in and what they actually found. This is an important evening for banishing stereotypes and exploring who we really are!

 

Join the American Club of Sweden on Friday May 19th for an exciting concert with Pat Metheny at Konserthuset in Stockholm as part of the Blue House Jazz program. He will play together with Antonio Sanchez (drums), Linda Oh (base) och Gwilym Simcock (piano).

Registration required by February 16th!

Come celebrate, a few days early this year on July 1st, and head to the beach for a picnic with us!!!

The American Club of Sweden invites all of Sweden's American community and friends and fans of the United States to join us for a fun-filled Independence Day celebration on Saturday, July 1st from 11:00am - 3:00pm.

Club Members, their families and friends, and other organizations including AmCham, AWC, IWC, ESCC, SACC, SVIV, SWEA, USECA are all more than welcome.  If your group or someone you know would like to partner or be included in this or other Club events, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.!  Of course there are always opportunities for volunteers and sponsors as well.

If you ever wanted to find out what a sailing vacation could be like, we have a great opportunity for you. The American Club of Sweden is putting together an event this (late) summer you will not want to miss.

We are offering 3 days/2 nights “jaunts” out into the Stockholm Archipelago aboard very comfortable Bavaria 46/47 foot sailing yachts. The boats are extremely well maintained and come with a skipper. This would be an ideal trial if you have always wanted to go on a sailing vacation, but were unsure about being on a boat for a long time and concerned about the expenses.