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John (Bager) Pedersen,
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Grace & Elton Watkins
Jan Lauridsen & Megan Monaghan,
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CLUB HIRE

Outside our use, the club is available for hire, and is often in use by privat parties.
Contact us if you want to know more.



Heimdal Functions and Events

DABGO Stambord - 4 March 2015 6 PM

Soren Hoimark is the local contact for DABGO and the group meets at the Danish Club on the first Wednesday of the month. Visit the DABGO website to join and get more information.

Sunday Lunch - 8 March 2015 12.30 pm for a 1 pm start

Enjoy a traditional Danish Sunday lunch at the club. Easter is coming around early this year (Good Friday is Friday 3 April) and our traditional Sunday Lunch or -Det store kolde bord- is just around the corner. Invite family and friends along to enjoy a Danish smorgasbord at the Danish Club.
There are many favourites on the menu including pickled herring, roast beef, smoked salmon, fish wedges with remoulade, roast pork with red cabbage, leverpostej, rullepoelse and cheese.
The bar is stocked with Tuborg and Carlsberg brews from Denmark and a variety of snaps.


All tickets must be booked and pre-paid by Tuesday 3 March 2015.
Send an email to Lone at treasurer@danishclubbrisbane.org

or ring on 07 3359 2026 or 0437 612 913
Payment by EFT to Suncorp Bank, BSB 484-799 Account 02495 1468 in the name of Danish Association Heimdal
Payment details: 8Mar15, your name and membership number

Loppemarked / Garage Sale - 22 March 10am -2pm

This event is being put on by the Heimdal playgroup it is aimed at Danish themed items for kids and grown-ups, we often have young families looking for childrens toys and books, this is the opportunity to sell, give away or find these items.
Coffee and tea will be available to buy on the day.
Please book a stand (no fee involved) no later than 15 March by contacting Tina Kinkead tina@kinkead.com.au or by phone on mobil 0403 838 663

Concert by FRASER & HAAS - 26 March 6.30pm

The musical partnership between Alasdair Fraser, Scotlands premier fiddle ambassador, and the highly talented young Californian cellist Natalie Haas is one of the most exciting developments in Scottish traditional Music. Alasdair has a concert and recording career spanning 30 years, with a long list of awards, accolades, and feature performances for film (Last of the Mohicans, Titanic).
He is also a recipient of the Scottish Heritage Centre Service Award for outstanding contributions to Scottish culture and traditions. The 25-year-old Haas, a graduate of the Juilliard School of Music, is in the vanguard of young cellists re-defining the role of the cello in traditional music.
Fraser and Haas present a lively and evocative repertoire, featuring the return of the cello to its historical role at the rhythmic heart of Scottish dance music. Together the duo has recorded five albums and Alasdair has recorded countless solo and band projects over his long and illustrious career. www.alasdairfraser.com
Entry: $30 at door, $28 pre-booked, $20 concessions

Concert by KVONN - 1 April 6.30 pm

Arelmedia Management and the Brisbane Music Bureau are delighted to present a band from a far corner of the world.
KVONN is a lively five piece from the Faroe Islands that plays traditional and contemporary folk music from Scandinavia. KVONN's repertoire includes music composed by the band members, as well as traditional tunes and tunes from the 18th century notebook of Faroese musician and scholar Jens Chr. Svabo.
Three of the musicians, Sharon Weiss, Ívar Bærentsen and Kristian Blak, are regular members of the international, Faroe-based group Spælimenninir, that since 1977 has toured widely in Europe, the United States, Japan and Australia playing at folk festivals, dances, clubs, and concerts and conducting educational programs in schools and universities.
Since their early teens, both Angelika Nielsen and Mikael Blak have performed often with Spælimenninir, and for the last few years KVONN has existed as a group on its own.