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Eastern United States (NY, NJ, D.C., KY, GA, FL)

Danish American Chamber of Commerce New York
New York, New York

The Danish American Chamber of Commerce in New York is a New York Not for Profit Corporation, independent of any other non-profit, commercial or governmental organization. Our vision is to be the preferred business network for the Danish-American business community in New York City and the surrounding Tri-State Area.

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Danish Archive Northeast (DANE)
Edison, New Jersey

DANE is an acronym for Danish Archive North East. It was chosen to describe the records, the books, letters, genealogical information, sociological data comprising the collection of Danishheritage.

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Danish Home Croton-on-Hudson
Croton-on-Hudson, New York

THE DANISH HOME is located in Croton-on-Hudson, New York, thirty-five miles north of New York City. Founded in 1906, the Home, a 501 (c) 3 charity, is an independent retirement residence located on an historic estate.

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American Scandinavian Foundation 
New York, New York

The American-Scandinavian Foundation is a publicly-supported not-for-profit organization committed to promoting educational, cultural and professional exchange between the United States and the Nordic countries—Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.

ASF offers fellowships, cultural grants, internships/training, publications, exhibitions and other public programs reinforcing the strong relationships between the two regions, honoring their shared values, and appreciating their differences.

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Scandinavia House
New York, New York

Scandinavia House – The Nordic Center in America is the American-Scandinavian Foundation's cultural center at 58 Park Avenue, in Murray Hill, Manhattan, New York, dedicated to preserving the history of the Scandinavian and Nordic countries in the United States through a wide variety of exhibits and programming.

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The Hans Christian Andersen Storytelling Center
New York, NY

On Saturdays all summer long since 1956, New York children have gathered around Hans Christian Andersen's statue at the Conservatory Pond in Central Park to hear his tales told by a fine ensemble of storytellers. Celebrity performers such as Victor Borge, Eva la Gallienne, Fanny Hurst and Celeste Holm have also visited, telling their favorite stories. 

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Danish Seamen’s Church 
Brooklyn, New York

Throughout the year the The Danish Seamen's Church will worship through services and celebrate Christian holidays such as Easter, Christmas and Fastelavn. The Danish Seamen's Church offers baptism, confirmation, weddings and memorial services for anyone with ties to Denmark and the USA. The Danish Seamen's Church in New York is the Danish folkekirke in the U.S. and is part of the organization The Danish Church Abroad/Danish Seamen's Church. The Danish Seamen's Church is an independent church with an independent economy.

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American Scandinavian Association
Washington DC

The American Scandinavian Association promotes cultural exchange between the United States and the Nordic Countries of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden.

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The Danish Club of Washington, D.C.

Established in 1931 as a not-for-profit social organization, the Club just recently celebrated its 75th anniversary and has more than 300 members from all age groups. Members consist of people interested in Denmark and Danish culture, some of who are of Danish descent, some who have immigrated from Denmark to the D.C. area, and some who just enjoy the fellowship of the Danes and their culture. The Club offers a variety of events designed to bring together members interested in learning about Danish culture and in preserving Danish traditions.

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Danish Ambassador in the U.S.
Washington D.C.

The Ambassador represents the government of Denmark in the United States. Ambassador Lone Dencker Wisborg is the Ambassador of Denmark to the United States at The Embassy of Denmark in Washington, D.C.

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Danish Honorary Consulates in the U.S.

Denmark has 38 honorary consulates in the U.S., located in 31 different states, as well as Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands. The honorary consulates assist the Embassy and the Consulates General in New York, Chicago, Houston and Silicon Valley in consular, commercial, and cultural matters.

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Danish Sisterhood of America

The mission of the Danish Sisterhood of America is to strengthen, maintain and preserve the Danish heritage and traditions for future generations.  Individual lodges are listed on the website.

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Danish American Exchange, The Folk Circle Association
Berea, Kentucky

Danish American Exchange is a network of individuals, groups and organizations in The USA. The American part of the network has its roots in Berea, Kentucky and Herndon, Virginia.  The Danish counterparts will typically include programs under the umbrella of The Danish Gymnastics and Sports Associations and the folk school movement. The main purpose is to learn from and inspire one another whether you are a guest in Denmark or the USA.

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Danish American Chamber of Commerce Southeast
Atlanta, Georgia

The Danish American Chamber Southeast is the primary, independent organization promoting business opportunities and facilitating valuable relationships between Denmark and the Southeastern USA through business services and social events

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Danskere i Miami
Miami, Florida

Gruppe for danskere, der bor i Miami eller som blot kommer forbi.
(Group for Danes who live in Miami or who are just passing by.)

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Midwest United States (IL, WI, MI)


Danish Academy Network of America

DANA members are lecturers, professors, instructors, independent scholars, teaching assistants, graduate students and administrators of educational institutions in the US and Canada, who engage the Danish language and Danish subject matter in teaching and research in the humanities, social sciences, and cross-disciplinary studies.

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Dania Society 
Chicago, Illinois

Dania Society of Chicago is a Danish-American organization founded in 1862.

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Danish American Athletic Club 
Chicago, Illinois

The Danish American Athletic Club was originally formed in 1922 to act as a center for preserving and uphold Danish culture in America through maintaining classes in the Danish language, gymnastics, folk dance and other cultural subjects as required or needed for the purpose of strengthening the bonds between residents of Danish descent in America.

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Danish American Chamber of Commerce Midwest 
Chicago, Illinois

The Midwest Danish American Chamber of Commerce is a non-profit organisation. The chamber not only covers Chicago and Illinois, but also includes Indiana, Iowa, Kansas, Kentucky, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, Nebraska, North Dakota, Ohio, South Dakota and Wisconsin.

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Danish American Language Foundation

In brief, the purpose of the Danish American Language Foundation is to help preserve and promote the Danish Language and the Danish Culture in the United States. The Foundation has done so for 40 years. Please visit our website for more information on our plans for doing much more in the future.

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Danish Brotherhood Lodge #35 
Chicago, Illinois

Danish Brotherhood Lodge 35 meets in Tinley Park, Illinois, at the Harald Viking Lodge We are a group of Danish, Danish descendants, friends, and families with some swedes thrown in. We welcome everyone who has an interest in Danish traditions. Our organization is social and benevolent.


Danish Home of Chicago 
Chicago, Illinois

The Danish Home, founded by 12 pioneering women in 1891 in the Danish tradition of caring for its elderly, is a not-for-profit organization, privately financed and endowed, providing a comfortable, dignified community for the elderly.

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Danish Pioneer Newspaper
Chicago, Illinois

Den Danske Pioneer (The Danish Pioneer) is the oldest Danish language newspaper published in the United States, established in 1872. Today the newspaper is a unit of Bertelsen Publishing Co., based in Hoffman Estates, Illinois. Elsa Steffensen, wife of former editor Chris Steffensen, is publisher, and their daughter Linda Steffensen is editor.

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Danish Sisterhood of America

The mission of the Danish Sisterhood of America is to strengthen, maintain and preserve the Danish heritage and traditions for future generations. Individual lodges are listed on the website.

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National Foundation for Danish America
Chicago, Illinois

The National Foundation for Danish America was formed in 2019 with the goal of strengthening cooperation among Danish American organizations and ties between Denmark (or Danish Culture) AND persons who have a special interest or relationship with Denmark.

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Nimbus Club of Chicago

The Nimbus was a Danish motorcycle produced from 1919 to 1960 by Fisker and Nielsen of Copenhagen, Denmark. Two basic models were produced, both with a 750 cc four-cylinder engine. The Chicago Nimbus Club was formed in 1985 when Per Bogehegn finally found one other person in the Midwest with a Nimbus.

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North Park University - Center for Scandinavian Studies 
Chicago, Illinois

Endowed by the Hugo A. Anderson Chair in Scandinavian Studies in 1982 and created in 1984, the Center for Scandinavian Studies (CSS) at North Park University has firmly established itself as a major focal point for Scandinavian academic and cultural interests in Chicago. As the name suggests, the CSS provides North Park University with a Scandinavian accent not evident at many other colleges or universities. The CSS sponsors visiting professors, lectures, language courses, concerts, and exhibits, bringing many talented and accomplished Scandinavians to the city of Chicago.

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Rebild National Park Society
Chicago, Illinois

Danish American Friendship Association founded in 1912 by Danish American biochemist Max Henius and highlighted by an annual 4th of July festival each year in the Rebild Hills in Denmark near Aalborg.

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Danish Brotherhood Lodge #14 
Kenosha, Wisconsin

The Danish Brotherhood Lodge #14 is an organization dedicated to charitable endeavours both locally and nationally. We strive to provide our members a place of belonging, security, and support.

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University of Wisconsin - Madison
Scandinavian Studies

The Scandinavian studies program provides the opportunity to learn a Scandinavian language or Finnish (modern Icelandic only occasionally). The literature, folklore, and culture of the Nordic countries are taught both in the original languages and in English translation. Partly in cooperation with other departments, courses in Scandinavian area studies are offered (history, social institu-tions, geography, art, archaeology).

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Greenville Danish Festival
Greenville, Michigan

A festival that celebrates the homecoming of family and friends and the area's Danish Heritage. The first Danish Festival was held on August 18, 1965. Today a 15-25 member Board of Direc-tors and hundreds of volunteers are responsible for developing and presenting the festival, which draws crowds of over 75,000.

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Heartland United States (MN, SD, IA, NE, KS, MO)


Concordia Danish Language Village
Moorhead, MN


Learning Danish at 
Skovsøen, our Danish language immersion program,will be an experience you’ll treasure for a lifetime. Learn the language and culture of Denmark in the North Woods of Minnesota!

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Danebod Family Camp
Tyler, Minnesota

Since 1947, Danebod Family Camps have become their own tradition and have grown to include two one-week camps held every summer in June and July. Fellowship extends to everyone who comes to camp welcoming new ideas, experiences, and traditions.

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Danebod Folk Camp
Tyler, Minnesota

Danebod Folk Camp takes place during the first week of August every year at the Danebod Folk School campus in friendly Tyler, Minnesota. Campers of all ages come for a week of dancing, singing, crafting, discussing, relaxing, chatting, playing, napping, laughing, coffee sipping, hanging out, and being together.

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Danish American Center
Minneapolis, Minnesota

The Danish American Center (DAC) - a center for Danish cultural exchange and Danish hygge is located in Minneapolis. The DAC is dedicated to the forwarding of anything Danish, offering a wide variety of activities and events which focus on aspects of Danish living and culture.

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National Danish American Genealogical Society
Minneapolis, Minnesota

Trusted genealogy resource for over 35 years. Founded in 1982, NDAGS is a non-profit organization dedicated to helping teach the skills needed to research your Danish ancestry. We are an affiliate of the Minnesota Genealogical Society.

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Danish American Heritage Society
Des Moines, Iowa

The DAHS is a Danish American cultural organization established in 1977 and since 1978 has been registered as a non-profit organization with the Internal Revenue Service.

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Danish Brotherhood Lodge #15
Des Moines, Iowa

A group committed to celebrate everything Danish in Des Moines, Iowa

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Danish Days
Viborg, South Dakota

Danish Days in Viborg has a long and rich history dating back to Viborg’s earliest days. Danish Days was originally celebrated on June 5th to coincide with Denmark’s independence day. Due to scheduling conflicts, the celebration has been moved to the third weekend in July. Although the dates have changed, the spirit has remained the same. We still host many of the same events that our founding fathers did such as a parade, community worship services, ball tournaments and dances to name few. We invite you to search our site, e-mail us with questions and feel free to leave any comments, but most of all, come visit us in Viborg and be a “Dane for a Day!”  
Mange Tak!

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Grand View University
Des Moines, Iowa

Grand View University is a private liberal arts university in Des Moines, Iowa. Founded in 1896 by Danish immigrants and affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, the university enrolls approximately 2,000 students and is accredited by the Higher Learning Commission.

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Danish Windmill
Elk Horn, Iowa

Authentic 60’ Danish windmill originally built in 1848 in Nørre Snede, Denmark, purchased by the town of Elk Horn, Iowa in 1976, dissembled and shipped to Elk Horn where it was reassembled and became a Danish American landmark.

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Museum of Danish America
Elk Horn, Iowa

Established in 1983 as the Danish Immigrant Museum. In 1994 a new museum facility was completed at the current location. In 2013 the name was changed to The Museum of Danish America.

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Danish American Archive and Library
Blair, Nebraska

Welcome to The Danish American Archive and Library web site. Located in Blair, Nebraska, the Archive contains the country’s largest and broadest collection of materials relating to the life experience, cultural heritage and vital contributions to North America of the people of Danish extraction.

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Dana College
Blair, Nebraska

Dana College is a defunct baccalaureate college located in Blair, Nebraska. Its rural 150-acre (607,000 m²) campus is approximately 26 miles (40 km) northwest of Omaha, and overlooks a portion of the Missouri River Valley. The name “Dana” is the poetic variant of “Denmark.” The college was founded in 1884 by Danish pioneers.  Dana College closed in 2010.

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Vennelyst Park
Omaha, Nebraska

The Danish Vennelyst Park first opened in 1936. There were many activities held at the park in the past. For example, dances were a popular attraction, along with concerts. Many people would get together and have a good time. This park made it possible for the Danish people to get together in the Omaha area and reconnect on a cultural level and enjoy traditional things from their homeland ranging from decadent food and dances, to entertaining games and activities.

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Dannebrog, Nebraska

The Danish capital of Nebraska with annual festivals in June and December.

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Denmark, Kansas

Facebook page for Kansas town founded by early Danish settlers.

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Danish Club of St Louis
St Louis, Missouri

The Danish Club of St Louis, Missouri.

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Southwest United States (TX, CO, AZ, UT)


Danish Heritage Museum of Danevang
Danevang, Texas


The Museum contains artifacts and exhibits related to the everyday lives of the pioneer settlers of Danevang.  The first exhibits near the entrance stress the ties that still exist  with the Mother Country of Denmark, and the Viking influence from the early years of the second millennium.

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The Danish Club of Austin
Austin, Texas

The Danish Club of Austin was established as a way for Danes in Austin to connect. Whether you were born in Denmark, spent time there studying abroad, or have Danish ancestors or relatives, you’re welcome to join in.  We strive to be a resource where Central Texas Danes can celebrate cultural events, learn or stay connected to the Danish language, share tips on where to find traditional Danish treats, or just kick back and enjoy a Carlsberg with a friendly group of people with whom you have a common background.

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Consulate General of Denmark
Houston, Texas

Welcome to the Consulate General of Denmark in Houston. Consular officials develop economic, commercial, scientific and cultural relations between the countries they represent and the area in which they serve.

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Danish American Chamber of Commerce Southwest
Houston, Texas


A warm welcome to all of our members!
It is our hope as a Board that the Danish American Chamber of Commerce will offer a useful  forum and support for you,  to connect and exchange ideas and experiences for mutual benefit. It is our vision that our organization shall be organic, inter-active and alive through member participation and in-put.

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Danish Club of Houston
Houston, Texas

The Danish Club of Houston in its current form was founded in 1997. The Club organizes various events throughout the season which stretches from August to June, in cooperation with the Danish American Chamber of Commerce SW, Vikingeskolen, and other local Scandinavian organizations.

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Danish American Club of Dallas and Fort Worth
Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas

The Danish American Club of Dallas and Fort Worth consists of people with Danish heritage, their families, and those interested in Denmark.

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Denver Danes
Denver, Colorado

Facebook page for the Danish Club of Denver, Colorado

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Den Danske Klub ’88
Colorado and Wyoming

Vi håber, I nyder vores hjemmeside, hvor I kan finde mange gode og interessante oplysninger om vores klub og Danmark! Den Danske Klub ’88 består af 50-60 medlemmer fra Colorado og Wyoming. DDK ’88’s formål er under hyggelige former at vedligeholde det danske sprog. Det betyder at der udelukkende tales dansk ved vore månedlige møder. Vi er både politisk og religiøst uafhængige.

(We hope you enjoy our website where you can find much good and interesting information about our club and Denmark. The Danish club '88 consists of 50-60 members from Colorado and Wyoming. DDK '88's purpose is to maintain the Danish language. This means that only Danish is spoken at our monthly meetings. We are both politically and religiously independent.)

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Danish Club of Tucson
Tucson, Arizona

Facebook page for the Danish Club of Tucson

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Arizona Rebild Chapter

Facebook page for the Arizona Rebild Chapter

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BYU Scandinavian Studies
Brigham Young University
Provo, Utah

The BYU Scandinavian Studies program is an interdisciplinary academic program teaching the cultures and languages of the Nordic region. Students taking classes in the program develop analytic and writing skill that complement any major. They benefit from small class sizes, engaging topics, and even the availability of scholarship money. Many of the Scandinavian classes fulfill GE requirements and most are taught in English translation. Beginning and advanced language classes include Danish, Finnish, Icelandic, Norwegian, and Swedish. Students interested in pursuing an academic program can either minor in Scandinavian Studies or do Scandinavian Studies as an area of emphasis within the European Studies, Interdisciplinary Humanities, or Comparative Literature major programs.

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Scandinavian Genealogy Research Center
Cedar City, Utah

Specializing in Danish and Swedish heritage and genealogy, along with substantial research in Norway.

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Pacific Northwest United States (OR, WA)


Danish Academy Network of America

DANA members are lecturers, professors, instructors, independent scholars, teaching assistants, graduate students and administrators of educational institutions in the US and Canada, who engage the Danish language and Danish subject matter in teaching and research in the humanities, social sciences, and cross-disciplinary studies.

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Danish Brotherhood Lodge #29
Seattle, Washington

Danish Brotherhood Seattle Lodge #29 - Established April 1888

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Department of Scandinavian Studies
University of Washington
Seattle, Washington

The Department of Scandinavian Studies at the University of Washington was established in 1909 by a special act of the Washington State Legislature. During its history, the Department has grown from a one-person institution to comprise a teaching staff of twelve full-time faculty in Scandinavian and Baltic Studies.

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Let's Dansk!
Seattle, WA

Dr. Melissa Lucas has taught Danish to community members in Seattle for 12 years at the Scandinavian Language Institute, and taught Danish to students at the University of Washington for 5 years.  She noticed that the inquiries received from those venues tend to fall into 3 broad categories: Classes, Translation & Information.  Melissa started "Let's Dansk" to address these inquiries and more.  On this website you can find in-person and online Danish classes, translation services, and information about Denmark and the Danish Language. 

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National Nordic Museum
Seattle, Washington

The Nordic Museum shares Nordic culture with people of all ages and backgrounds by exhibiting art and objects, preserving collections, providing educational and cultural experiences, and serving as a community gathering place.

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Northwest Danish Association
Seattle, Washington

The Northwest Danish Association has been serving the community since 1923, through social services, events, and cultural programs. We are dedicated to sharing knowledge about Denmark, including Danish values, history, culture, and language.

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Danish Brotherhood Centennial Lodge #348
Eugene, Oregon

Danish Brotherhood Centennial Lodge #348 - Established February 14, 1982

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Nordic Northwest
Portland, Oregon

Nordic Northwest is a Portland-based nonprofit organization focused on the five Nordic nation-sand preserving Nordic culture in the Pacific Northwest.

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Northern California (Bay Area)


Consulate General in Denmark - Silicon Valley
Palo Alto, California

Welcome to the Consulate General of Denmark in Silicon Valley. The consulate encompasses Innovation Centre Denmark and aim to build bridges between Denmark and the U.S. to ensure a sustainable future.

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Danish American Chamber of Commerce Northern California
Burlingame, California

The Danish American Chamber of Commerce of Northern California is the primary independent organization supporting and promoting the Danish-American community in Northern California.

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Danish Club of San Francisco
San Francisco, California

Welcome to the Danish Club! Here you will find information about the activities and events for the Danish Club of San Francisco. Learn about upcoming events, our history, and friends.

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Danish Sisterhood of America

The mission of the Danish Sisterhood of America is to strengthen, maintain and preserve the Danish heritage and traditions for future generations. Individual lodges listed on the website.

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Danish Society - Dania & Dannebrog
California & Nevada

We are a charitable organization that honors and celebrates Danish American heritage. We meet regularly to network, enjoy Danish customs, and always have a good time. We are looking for new friendships to enrich our club.

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The Danish Soldiers Club
Petaluma, CA

The Danish Soldiers Club of Northern California was started in 1938 by a group of Danish Army Officers and United States GI's, to further goodwill and understanding between Denmark and USA.  Over the years our club has evolved into a substantial Northern California social club.  However we still maintain close relations with various Military organizations in Denmark and here, and we have strong respect and appreciation of our military fighting men and women.

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Department of Scandinavian at UC-Berkeley
Berkeley, California

Welcome to the Department of Scandinavian at UC-Berkeley! The languages, literatures, and cultures of the Nordic countries (Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, and Sweden) are the focus of teaching and research in the department.

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Southern California (Solvang)


Bethania Lutheran Church
Solvang, California

Bethania was the first Danish style building in Solvang, and remains the most authentic Danish architectural replica in the city. As a congregation of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America, we believe and teach that Jesus Christ is the host of this meal and that everyone is invited to come to his table.

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Elverhøj Museum of History and Art
Solvang, California

Housed in the former home of a Solvang family, this musuem is devoted solely to Danish culture and the Danish-American experience.

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Farstrup-Mortensen Lecture Series
Solvang, California

Welcome to the web home of the Farstrup-Mortensen Lecture Series, held annually at Bethania Lutheran Church in beautiful Solvang, California. The Farstrup-Mortensen lectures are lovingly dedicated to the memory of two men, A. Ejnar Farstrup (1909-1984) and Enok Mortensen (1902-1984) whose vision and energy strongly influenced Danish-American church life.

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City of Solvang
Solvang, California

Solvang is a city in Santa Barbara County, California. It is located in the Santa Ynez Valley. The population was 5,245 at the 2010 census. Solvang was founded in 1911 on almost 9,000 acres of the Rancho San Carlos de Jonata Mexican land grant, by a group of Danes who traveled west to establish a Danish community far from the midwestern winters.

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Southern California (Los Angeles, San Diego)


Danish American Chamber of Commerce Southern California
Los Angeles, California

The Danish-American Chamber of Commerce of Southern California continues its mission to be the premier organization promoting good will, trade and business relations between the United States and Denmark, and its members in Southern California.

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Danish Lutheran Church and Cultural Center Of Southern California
Yorba Linda, California

The Emanuel Danish Evangelical Lutheran Church, fondly called the Danish Church, is a Protestant, Christian church and community based on the tenets of Martin Luther and other re-formers, infused with the spirit and the teachings of N.F.S. Grundtvig, proud of its Danish heritage and continuing its rich church and cultural tradition.

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Danish National Committee of Southern California
Los Angeles, California

The Danish National Committee maintains a calendar for all the member club activities on this website, and the DNC arranges for a coordinating meeting with the member clubs about four times a year. All the member organizations are listed under Clubs & Members, most with a contact e-mail address.

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UCLA - Scandinavian Section
Los Angeles, CA

Since its inception in 1972, the Scandinavian Section has been one of the premiere programs in the country for the study of Nordic languages and literatures on the undergraduate and graduate levels. Along with a sister department at UC Berkeley, the Scandinavian Section provides members of the University of California community, and the citizens of California, with up-to-date, scholarly information and instruction on topics concerning the Nordic countries with a particular emphasis on their cultures, their histories and their languages.

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House of Denmark
San Diego, California

The House of Denmark is one of the cottages in the International Village in Balboa Park in San Diego, California. Located off President’s Way between the Organ Pavillion and the Air & Space museum, the village was originally built for the 1935 California Pacific International Exposition.

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Olaf Wieghorst Museum
San Diego, California

Olaf Wieghorst (1899-1988) was born in Viborg, Denmark and is known for his Western genre, Indian, cowboy and horse paintings. By the age of nine he was skilled in horseback acrobatics and performed as a stunt rider for the Danish Circus (Tivoli Theater in Copenhagen) and also throughout different parts of Europe. Olaf Wieghorst also worked on a farm where he regularly rode horses. He developed a love for horses and they were to become a major theme in his paintings during his career as an artist.

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Denmark


AmCham Denmark

The American Chamber of Commerce in Denmark is part of the global AmCham network and is accredited by the U.S. Chamber of Commerce. As the leading business network for U.S., Danish and International companies, AmCham offers its 250+ members a strong platform for success in both Denmark and the United States. As the Voice of International Business, AmCham is committed to building a competitive business environment in Denmark and proactively assist Danish companies entering the U.S. – Denmark’s third largest market.

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The American Club in Copenhagen

The purpose of the Club is to foster goodwill between the people of Denmark and the United States, and to promote and encourage mutual interests of the two nations.
With around 400 members, The American Club in Copenhagen cultivates business, professional, social and cultural relationships among Americans, Danes and other members of the international community in Denmark.

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Danes Worldwide

The Danes Worldwide association acts as a connection between Denmark and Danes abroad. We have carried out that role since 1919. At the time, the name was “Dansk Samvirke” (pointing to collaboration among Danes the world over); in 1998, the name was changed.

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U.S. Ambassador in Denmark
Copenhagen, Denmark

Home page for the US Ambassador in Denmark, Carla Sands.

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Danish Ambassador in the U.S.
Washington D.C.

The Ambassador represents the government of Denmark in the United States. Ambassador Lone Dencker Wisborg is the Ambassador of Denmark to the United States at The Embassy of Denmark in Washington, D.C.

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National Foundation for Danish America
PO Box 1003
Wilmette, Illinois 60091

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