Membership to The Danish Club of Ottawa is open to all persons who agree with the Aims and Objectives of the Club. Members will receive a copy of our Newsletter, the Viking News, and are welcome to join us at any of our Events throughout the year. We also invite members to volunteer their time by helping us organize the various events. It’s a wonderful way to meet other Club members especially if you are a little shy about attending the events on your own. Send us an email at email@example.com and let us know if you are interested in volunteering and we will contact you with details. Membership to The Danish Club of Ottawa in based on the calendar year, i.e. January 1 to December 31. To join or renew your membership, please click here to complete your Membership Registration Form or reach out with any questions! If you would prefer a printable copy please email us!
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Membership to The Danish Club of Ottawa in based on the calendar year, i.e. January 1 to December 31
The Danish Club of Ottawa was officially launched on June 5, 1975, by a group of Danes who wanted to celebrate, preserve and share their culture and heritage.
The Aims and Objectives of The Danish Club of Ottawa are to promote friendship, customs, traditions and other matters peculiar to Danish culture; to promote and foster good relations between Canada and Denmark; and to represent the interests and welfare of the Danish community in the National Capital Region. Last but not least, the aim is to bring people together – whether it be for a community project or a party.
The Club is non-sectarian and non-political. Moreover, it is a non-profit organization. The affairs of the Club are managed by a board of ten directors, who are elected yearly at the Annual General Meeting (AGM).
Members receive Viking News, the Club’s Newsletter, which is published about eight times a year. The Club offers a wide variety of events throughout the year, allowing members to get together and enjoy Danish traditions.
Over the years the Club has welcomed visitors from Denmark, many of them groups of young people such as Værløse Pige Garde, the Copenhagen Boys’ Choir and Holstebro Springpiger.
The Danish Club of Ottawa cooperates with various other organizations having similar objectives. The Club is a founding member and was the driving force in establishing the national umbrella organization: The Federation of Danish Associations in Canada.
If you are interested in obtaining additional information about The Danish Club of Ottawa please feel free to send us an email firstname.lastname@example.org
Our mailing address is
The Danish Club of Ottawa
PO Box 4332 Ottawa Postal Station E
Ottawa, ON, K1S 5B3