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									Den Danske Forening

Heimdal Medlemsblad       Newsletter for the Danish
                           Association ‘Heimdal’ –
                              Established 1872

Photo: Soren Hoimark

                       September 2009
               36 AUSTIN STREET NEWSTEAD QLD 4006
     PHONE: 0437 612 913
If you would like to share your news, you are welcome to    Webmaster: Aage Christoffersen
send emails and other material to the editor for            18 Boardman Street
publication. The closing date for the October issue is 17   Kallangur QLD 4503
September 2009. We will endeavour to publish all            Phone: (07) 3204 5761
material submitted but reserve the right to edit or not     Skype: lydatronic
publish your contribution. Any material published does
not necessarily reflect the opinion of the Danish Club or
the Editor.

From the Editor

                      The new Committee
                         has been elected
                         and it was sad to
                          say goodbye to
                       Benny & Ulla, Lone
                        Brinkmann and Alf
                      Berg. Thanks for all
                       your hard work over
                        the years, the club
                          wouldn’t be the
                        same without you.
                       The committee has
                         a big year ahead,
                                                            Photos by Alan Przybylak
                       we are keen to look
  at new opportunities for using the club                   Editor:
 facilities (Dyrberg/Kern fashion parade                    Lone Schmidt
                                                            Phone: 07 3359 2026
 is a good example) and to promote our                      Email:
traditional events to a wider audience to
  see if we can attract more people. It’s
  hard work to keep the club going and
                                                                     NEW MEMBERS IN AUGUST
  the committee will continue to explore
 new funding avenues for our activities.                          Ron & Karel Baum, Auchenflower
 If you have any ideas for new activities                            Leif & Gitte Teper, Samford
      or can help, talk to a committee                             Thomas Dargue & Peta Mason,
                 member.                                                 Mount Gravatt East

                                                              Read about the membership drive in the
 What’s on at the Danish Club?
Dyrberg/Kern Fashion Show                   22 August 2009
Special Event                               2 – 4 pm

Dyrberg/Kern presents its stunning selection of current and new season jewellery to
the Brisbane market. Fabulous fashions by ’A Formal Affair’ and much much more.
See details in the newsletter.

Café Danmark                                28 August 2009
                                            from 6 pm
Try our tasty homemade ‘smorrebrod’: the menu varies from time to time, but you’ll
often find ‘rullepølse’, fish wedges, pate, roast pork and ‘Esrom’ cheese. Or have a
hot dog and get a drink in the bar. The bar still offers genuine Carlsberg in cans and
mighty strong Elephant beer direct from Denmark. There is also a good variety of
whites and reds.

It’s also an opportunity to buy delicious Danish pastries, specialty breads and organic
biscuits direct from Britt’s Danish Delights or order in advance. If you want smallgoods
and quality meats from Flemming, the Danish butcher at Woolloongabba, put in your
order and pick up at the café.

Legestue                                    Every Friday
Kids’ Play Group                            from 10-12

See contact details in the newsletter – give your children a chance to speak Danish
and play with other children in their age group.

NB! No club event                           12 September 2009

Café Danmark                                25 September 2009
                                            from 6 pm

Swiss Club Dinner Dance                     26 September 2009

See details in the newsletter

NB! No club event                           10 October 2009

MOOSEHUNT                                   17 October 2009
with the Swedish Club

See details in the newsletter, help Kim retain the trophy!
The annual MOOSE HUNT IS ON!
17 October 2009
Brisbane City Council has again contacted Swedes Down Under for their expert assistance.
Moose are roaming the streets of Brisbane CBD, causing havoc in peak hour traffic and
destroying the City Botanic Gardens. They even swim in the river and many City Cat
passengers have had terrifying near-death experiences with the big beasts. The situation is
untenable and the brave hunters in the Danish Club have again expressed their desire to help
the Swedes. Kim Tvede has all the details.

Last year the event started at 8 am at the Sporting Shooters Association of Australia, 292 Mount
Petrie Road, Belmont. Afterwards, the teams celebrated with homemade Pea and Ham soup,
crispbread with cheese, coffee and cakes – and FLAGG PUNSCH, courtesy of the Swedes.

Johannes won the main event for the Danes last year – help Kim retain the trophy this year!
Contact him at and start practising.

                                 The rare copper-spotted moose
            Dyrberg Kern Fashion Jewellery at the Danish Club

                         Saturday 22 August 2009 2-4 pm

The Dyrberg Kern story began in 1985 in Denmark and has since established a
popular brand highly desired internationally.

Dyrberg Kern is the epitome of international accessories for any occasion: classic,
trendy, modern contemporary daywear, evening wear, for parties, leisure, office
etc. The collections include extremely well crafted jewellery, watches and eyewear,
featuring elegant, timeless designs which go hand in hand with global fashion

In conjunction with the Danish Club Brisbane, Dyrberg Kern would like to present
its stunning selection of current and new season jewellery to the Brisbane

Enjoy a glass of sparkling wine, coffee & cake $15

Bookings to Lone Schmidt on 3359 2026 or 0437 612 913 or by email to

Dyrberg Kern will offer an exquisite piece of jewellery
to give away at the event.

The fashion parade will also feature

  • fabulous fashions from ‘A Formal Affair’
  • Arbonne beauty products
  • Stella & Marco grooming products for men
  • Myka kids’ jewellery
  • fashion for women, men and kids by Harris
  • an exquisite piece of jewellery by Dyrberg Kern
     (lucky door prize)
  • tanning vouchers
    Get all your Danish Baked Goodies from Britt’s Bakery at Café DANMARK
                                   4th Friday of each month
               Authentic Danish Pastry & Organic Bread Products

   Kringler, Smørtærter, Kanelstænger, Birkes, Rundstykker, Fuldkornsrugbrød,
        Kransekagekonfekt, Småkager, Knækbrød og bagerens dårlige øje.

 For information, order forms and delivery details, go to our website: www.brittsdanishdelight.-

Unit 5/10 Energy Crescent, Molendinar QLD 4214            Ph: 07 5571 6881 Fax: 07 5571 6947

President’s Challenge                              TIL LYKKE til alle klubbens
                                                 fødselarer i august/september
Let’s share our culture and traditions –
and the good food – with friends and                      26/8 Birte Schmidt
family. Encourage them to become                         18/9 Søren Høimark
members of the Danish club and
we’ll reward you with a $20 voucher                         GULDBRYLLUP
for food and drink at Café Danmark.
                                             12/9 fejrer Lis og Tom Larsen guldbryllup
Have you introduced a new member to
this club this year? 3 new memberships      Skriv eller ring til redaktøren, hvis du kender
in August was a good follow-up to July,     nogen, der fejrer fødselsdag eller jubilæum
but the president wants more.               eller sølvbryllup, guldbryllup, fødsel, dåb – vi
                                            vil vide det hele.
And the winners were ...                    Library

The winners of the $100 dining              Visit the library upstairs, check out the
voucher for 2 Small Rooms at Milton         new red bookcases filled with books in
were Hanne and Ole Jensen from              Danish by Danish authors or translations.
Rochedale – congratulations.                Feel free to borrow the books and please
                                            bring them back at your next visit.
Membership Renewal
                                            And if you need to look up something,
Have you received your new membership       there’s Lademanns Leksikon, Gyldendals
card for 2009/2010 yet? If not, maybe       Opslagsbog and Nordisk Konversations-
you have forgotten to pay your              leksikon to give you the answers.
                                            Danish Church in Brisbane
Queensland Multicultural Festival
                                            Open Air gudstjeneste at Daisy Hill
The festival is on 18 October 2009 from     Forest Reserve on 19 September 2009
10 am – 8 pm. We have again applied         at 2 pm. Check out the details on their
to participate in the festival at Roma      website at www.danishchurch
Street Parklands and will have a decision
late August. Mark your calenders, get       Hall Hire
ready! We have changed the menu and
will be serving coffee, Danish pastries     Planning a birthday party,
and waffle cones with delicious ice         christening, wedding or corporate
creams. Lots of helpers will be needed      function? Need a training venue?
on the day.                                 36 Austin Street is available for hire
                                            at reasonable rates:
Books for the library
                                            Friday or Saturday: $250 (members)/
A big Thank you to Anker Laursen for        $350 (non-members)
giving us hundreds of books left by his     Deposit for cleaning and breakage: $300
mother. The library committee is looking
forward to unpacking all the boxes and      If you need more information, ring Soren
Roy has already been to IKEA to pick up     Hoimark on 0437 612 913.
a third red bookcase.
             Folk Dancers’ Special Event 31 July 2009

This initiative was suggested by the folk dancers and the club was happy to provide the
venue and food. The theme for the evening was court dances including the Lancer and
Princess Alexandrine Quadrille. The dancers were dressed in period ballroom outfits:
the women looked beautiful and the men were so handsome. In between performances,
guests participated energetically in the dancing, Alan was spotted on the floor dusting
off his dancing shoes.

Photo: Soren Hoimark

And we received an email from the folk dancers:

To: The Danish Association "Heimdal"

Dear Friends

Thank you very much for your co-operation at the Folk dancers special event 31 July 2009. The food was
fantastic and we all had a great evening and good feedback. Also a big "Thank You" to the people involved in
making the evening a great night. We know it is hard work for a lot of people and we would like you to know,
it was very much appreciated. We hope we can do it again sometime in the future.

Thank you again on behalf of the dance group
Tom & Lis Larsen
I lørdags (15/8) åbnede Nordeuropas største center for moderne dans i en tidligere
mineralsvandsfabrik på Carlsbergs gamle bryggerigrund i Valby. Den gamle
tappehal omfatter bl.a. to dansescener, der hedder ’Store Carl’ og ’Lille Carl’.

I henhold til den seneste optælling fra Danmarks Statistik er der nu 5,519.441
danskere. Har de monstro husket os i Brisbane og omegn?

Brorson Kirke på Nørrebro blev i sidste uge ryddet for irakiske flygtninge af politiet.
Der skete omfattende skader på orglet, alteret, kirkestole og døre i krypten. Kirken skal
nu finde kr. 70.000 til at dække skaderne.

Entertaineren Finn Nørbygaard er gået personligt konkurs efter IT-Factorys kollaps.
Det er svært at fatte, siger Finn, at han for et år siden var værd kr. 437 mill. og at alt
hvad han nu har er en kæmpe bankgæld.

Lindø-værftet på Fyn skal nedlægges, når værftet har færdiggjort eksisterende ordrer.
A P Møller kan ikke længere forsvare at bygge skibe i Danmark.

De Konservative kræver forbud mod, at personer i Danmark tildækker deres ansigter
med traditionelle muslimske klædedragter som burkaen. Det er udansk, siger partiets
integrationsordfører Naser Khader.

SAS har ligesom mange andre flyselskaber problemer med økonomien og formanden for
SAS, Fritz Schur, siger, at de involverede fagforeninger har urealistiske holdninger til
lønningsniveauet i virksomheden.

Ingen nyheder fra kongehuset denne gang.

Få danske nyheder online via,,,,,

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                     Excellent Cruise Deals / Car Hire / Rail Passes / Tours

                         Phone Hannelore (07) 3841 1444
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                   Please visit us on the web:
                or send your requests by e-mail:
It’s still festival time in Brisbane/Queensland:

21/8-23/8     Broadbeach Blends of Jazz Festival

4/9-6/9       Moreton Bay Arts Festival (Redcliffe Cultural Centre)

4/9-6/9       Red Fest at Cleveland Showgrounds – Black Sorrows, Mental as
          Anythings, lots of strawberries, Folk Redlands Showcase, Scared Weird Little
          Guys, Scottish Pipes and Drums and bellydancers

12/9-113/9    Redcliffe First Settlement Festival (Anzac Park)

12/9-3/10     Brisbane Festival (find out more at

Markets are becoming more and more popular:

Saturdays Brisbane Markets at Rocklea, Hotel Broadway at Woolloongabba, Musk
Street at Kelvin Grove (all produce)

Sundays        Jetty Markets at Redcliffe, Forest Lake Markets (mainly produce), arts and
crafts at Ferny Grove Railway Station and farmers’ markets at Sleeman Centre,

 Buy your flowers from Tove’s brilliant flower shop at Alderley Plaza
 (South Pine Road). Good selection at very reasonable prices. Tove
picks them (up) fresh every morning at the flower markets at Rocklea.
                       Open Monday-Saturday.
State Library of Queensland Sunday afternoons at 2 pm Enjoy a free film or
         documentary (see details at


              Sun 23 Aug               Travelling North

              Sun 30 Aug               Swimming Upstream

              Sun 6 Sep                Chocolat
              Sun 20 Sep               Yabba
              Sun 27 Sep               Turumba
Cafe Danmark Friday 28 August 2009 6 pm
As usual, there are many things happening at Cafe Danmark: it’s an opportunity to meet old friends,
make new ones, taste Danish ‘smørrebrød’ a la Australia, sample genuine Carlsberg in the bar (or
how about a heart-stopping snaps), buy delicious Danish pastries and breads from Britts, browse
the library, pick up a t-shirt with a Danish motif and now you can even buy pickled herring!
Falkeskog Onion Herring or Anchovy Herring (630 g jars) in limited quantities for $9. We’ll buy
more if you want them! NOW there’s also Torskerogn (cod roe) at $5.50 and Makrel i tomat
(mackerel in tomato sauce) at $3.50.
                   Swiss Dinner Dance

On Saturday, 26 September from 6.30pm till late
at Danish Club 36 Austin Street, Newstead

Come and join us for our inaugural Dinner Dance. This event is open to members & public.
Invite your friends to come along for an evening of great food, music and dance.

Program for the night:
 Pre-dinner nibblies
 3 course dinner cooked by Swiss Chef Jakob
 Music by Nova Festa (Nap. Dance music)
 Lucky Door Prize and Raffle

Members $30.00
Non-Members $35.00

Pre-paid Reservations only! Payable to SWISS SOCIETY OF QLD
EFT Direct Bank payment to: Westpac: BSB 034002 - Account 708120
Don’t forget to include the name of your party in the description so we can identify your
payment or by cheque.

Booking is not confirmed until money is received!

Book by 14 September 2009 - Please do not send cash!

RSVP: By mail to Ruth Milwright, 34 Stirling Street, Strathpine QLD 4500

Phone: Ruth Milwright 3205 4172 or 0414 705 255 or
       or Rita on 3820 7168 / 0417 850 513

1. She was in the bathroom, putting on her makeup, under the watchful eyes of her young
granddaughter, as she'd done many times before. After she applied her lipstick and started to leave,
the little one said, "But Gramma, you forgot to kiss the toilet paper good-bye!" I will probably never
put lipstick on again without thinking about kissing the toilet paper good-bye...

2. My young grandson called the other day to wish me Happy Birthday. He asked me how old I was,
and I told him, 62. My grandson was quiet for a moment, and then he asked, "Did you start at 1?"

3. After putting her grandchildren to bed, a grandmother changed into old slacks and a droopy blouse
and proceeded to wash her hair. As she heard the children getting more and more rambunctious, her
patience grew thin. Finally, she threw a towel around her head and stormed into their room, putting
them back to bed with stern warnings. As she left the room, she heard the three-year-old say with a
trembling voice, "Who was THAT?"

4. A grandmother was telling her little granddaughter what her own childhood was like: "We used to
skate outside on a pond. I had a swing made from a tire; it hung from a tree in our front yard. We
rode our pony. We picked wild raspberries in the woods." The little girl was wide-eyed, taking this all
in. At last she said, "I sure wish I'd gotten to know you sooner!"

5. A little girl was diligently pounding away on her grandfather's word processor. She told him she was
writing a story. "What's it about?" he asked. "I don't know," she replied. "I can't read."

6. I didn't know if my granddaughter had learned her colors yet, so I decided to test her. I would point
out something and ask what color it was. She would tell me and was always correct. It was fun for me,
so I continued. At last, she headed for the door, saying, "Grandma, I think you should try to figure out
some of these, yourself!"

7. When my grandson Billy and I entered our vacation cabin, we kept the lights off until we were inside
to keep from attracting pesky insects. Still, a few fireflies followed us in. Noticing them before I did,
Billy whispered, "It's no use Grandpa. Now the mosquitoes are coming after us with flashlights."

8. When my grandson asked me how old I was, I teasingly replied, "I'm not sure." "Look in your
underwear, Grandpa," he advised, "mine says I'm 4 to 6."

9. A second grader came home from school and said to her grandmother, "Grandma, guess what? We
learned how to make babies today." The grandmother, more than a little surprised, tried to keep her
cool. "That's interesting," she said, "how do you make babies?" "It's simple," replied the girl. "You just
change 'y' to 'i' and add 'es'."

10. Children's Logic: "Give me a sentence about a public servant," said a teacher. The small boy wrote:
"The fireman came down the ladder pregnant." The teacher took the lad aside to correct him. "Don't
you know what pregnant means?" she asked. "Sure," said the young boy confidently. 'It means
carrying a child."

11. A grandfather was delivering his grandchildren to their home one day when a fire truck zoomed
past. Sitting in the front seat of the fire truck was a Dalmatian dog. The children started discussing the
dog's duties. "They use him to keep crowds back," said one child. "No," said another. "He's just for
good luck." A third child brought the argument to a close. "They use the dogs," she said firmly, "to
find the fire hydrants."

12. A 6-year-old was asked where his grandma lived. "Oh," he said, "she lives at the airport, and when
we want her, we just go get her. Then, when we're done having her visit, we take her back to the

13. Grandpa is the smartest man on earth! He teaches me good things, but I don't get to see him
enough to get as smart as him!

14. My Grandparents are funny, when they bend over; you hear gas leaks, and they blame their dog.

                                          Thanks to Jørn Christoffersen for the laughs this month!
Annual General Meeting 8 August 2009

The meeting was held at 36 Austin St Newstead and commenced at 2:10PM.

Committee Members Present: President Søren Høimark, VP Alan Przybylak, Treasurer Lone Schmidt,
Secretary Roy Schack, Peter Hansen, Jørgen Skov, Henrik Caspersen. Apologies: Lone Lambourne,
Flemming Brinkmann, Kim Tvede.

Minutes of Previous AGM: Read by the Secretary, moved by Sonja Burford, and seconded by Tom Larsen.

Business Arising from Minutes: None

Presidents Welcome and Report: Soren welcomed the members to the 2009 AGM and presented his report
(see the full report on the next pages).

Soren thanked the Committee for its commitment and support throughout the year. He also thanked the
retiring Committee members, including Alf Berg, Benny and Ulla Uhlott, Lone Lambourne and Flemming

Treasurer’s Report: Treasurer Lone Schmidt read a summary of the Financials for the 2008/09 year, with a
surplus of approximately $5,000 before capital expenditure (see the full report on the next pages).

Neville Jolly has completed his review of the accounts for the year. The accounts were approved by Poul
Tvede and seconded by Alf Berg.

Kurt Christensen was appointed Chairperson for the purpose of electing a new Committee and extended a
thank you to the Committee for a job well done.

The elected committee for the 2009/10 year is as follows:

President Soren Hoimark                       Peter Hansen
Vice President Alan Przybylak                 Kim Tvede
Treasurer Lone Schmidt                        Jorgen Skov
Secretary Roy Schack                          Rick Caspersen
                                              Vivian Lindup

Soren assumed the Chair as elected President and thanked Kurt. Soren asked the meeting to approve the
appointment of a new auditor, which was duly given. The search for a new auditor will begin asap.

General Business: The issue of entrance fees was raised by Poul Tvede. This garnered mixed response
from the members. The issue of non members receiving free coffee was raised but was countered that all
visitors to the club, members or not add some value to the club. Alf Berg suggested raising the annual
membership fee. Live music was also raised as an issue for smorrebrod evenings, and whether or not the
costs can be justified. The additional problem lies in the fact that not all members enjoy the noise. The
Committee will look at entertainment on a case by case basis.
Henrik raised the concept of Det Store Kolde Bord being shifted to afternoons with mixed response. Picnics
were also suggested as a way of creating a social event.

The members voted on increasing the membership fees to $70 for families and $45 for singles. The vote
passed unopposed.

Meeting concluded at 2:50pm.
President’s Report at the Annual General Meeting 8 August 2009
I’m pleased to report that the 2008/09 club year was a very busy year both for general members and

Our activities included participation in Queensland Multicultural Festival, where committee and many
general members joined forces to serve up thousands of æbleskiver and hotdogs, and a big thanks to all
members who participated in the fun and also for donations.

In addition to our traditional events we introduced a number of new events:

The hugely popular Julestue where kids and adults enjoyed the fine art of making Christmas decorations,
singing Danish Christmas carols, baking special Christmas cookies and decking the tree, plus we extended
the Fastelavn celebrations with a follow on event same day – Paella Night, which was also well supported.

Another new event was our Wine and Cheese Tasting, which was held as a joint event with the Swiss
Club and included a Swiss cheese maker – also a very popular event, and as a new kids event we
celebrated Bamses Fødselsdag, where heaps of teddy bears were appreciated in style and a huge
amount of cake, hot chocolate and other goodies was consumed – mainly by the adults as the kids were
too busy having a good time.

We also participated in other Scandinavian events – Moose Hunt with the Swedish Club, and another
Scandi Café including all Scandinavian clubs was held at the Finnish Club this time and we contributed
with ‘smørrebrød’.

Other new activity is an initiative by a group of parents establishing the Danish Playgroup and the club
has provided the home for this activity Friday of every week, where parents and kids get together and play
in Danish – great idea.

Briefly on finances:
Despite the loss of revenue from the church group we had as tenant up to July 2008, we have managed to
attract other one-off tenants and we are still looking for long term tenants to increase the usage of our great

Several members have used the club for family functions – birthdays, weddings etc. and it is a great venue
plus the very reasonable fee for the hall hire benefits the club.

Overall we have a modest amount left over for the year after having paid all our costs, but the main thing is
we are in the black and in good shape. In the end our goal is not to accumulate funds in our bank account
but to ensure the club remains financially viable long term whilst offering members interesting events and a
home for Danish traditions.

A big THANK YOU to the Gaming Commission Benefit Fund, who approved our grant application for
improvement of our roof, which has now been treated to increase insulation and hence conserve energy, as
well as sealing up a number of leaks extending its life by 10 years.
We have also grown the number of active members as many new members have joined over the past year,
and needless to say we need to keep attracting new members as existing members move away from the
area, so we need to keep growing, and the more active members we are, the better opportunities we have
to enjoy interesting events.
I would like to thank all committee members for all their good work over the last year, and I’m very pleased
that most of the committee members have volunteered for another year and to see new faces joining up for
next year.

A special thanks to retiring committee members – some have served the club for many years and whilst not
continuing on the committee they will still give us a hand when required.
1 JULY 2008 – 30 JUNE 2009

The club has done well in the past financial year with a surplus of approx $5,000 on all our activities before
capital expenditure of approx $10,000. Our bar fridge was on its last legs and the Committee decided to
replace it before it broke down. We didn’t have this option with the air conditioning in the kitchen and kids’
room, it simply broke down and needed to be replaced promptly.

On the plus side, our participation in the QLD Multicultural Festival last year added just over $2,500 to the
bottom line and bar sales were up. On the minus side, hall hire was down. It’s frustrating that we cannot
find users for our hall as a steady income from hall hire would make a huge difference to us. Income from
member events and Cafe Danmark remained steady with a slightly downward trend. The large difference
in membership fees from last year is due to fees for the financial year being paid early in June 2008 and
included in last year’s accounts.

Costs remained steady, with council rates, insurance, council permit fees and electricity again accounting
for over half or nearly 56% of our total costs. We have applied to the Brisbane City Council for a discount
in our council rates and been granted the 25% discount available, which will reduce next year’s rates.

Apart from the new bar fridge and air conditioning I mentioned before, the Committee has bought book
cases for the upstairs library which is now a welcoming space for all members.

Our auditor, Mr Neville Jolly, has completed his review of the accounts.
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    • Assisting students enter the very best course, school/college/university for their
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   We’d be delighted to assist you in any of these areas. Please do not hesitate to contact us:
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                              Scandinavian Book Club

          Stieg Larsson is currently the brightest star among the writers of
                 Scandinavian crime fiction, topping best-seller lists

          throughout Europe. His debut The Girl With the Dragon Tattoo has
                    already made a significant impact in the US as well.

         There are two more novels in Stieg Larssson's Millennium series. But
                 then there will be no more crime fiction written by
           Stieg Larsson. Ever. Find out why at the August meeting of the
                               Scandinavian bookclub.

 Thank you to all who attended the first meeting of the Scandinavian bookclub in June. It was
such an enthusiastic group - around 12 in all. This is great to see.

It is planned to hold bokklubben meetings bimonthly. Each time two Scandinavian books will be
suggested as discussion points for the following meeting.

You may also choose to discuss whatever book you are presently reading, if you prefer.

However, the group has decided to keep to reading and discussing Scandinavian authors if we
can, and there are plenty of titles available for loan from the council libraries. I can send you an
author list- just send me a request by email

The Danish club also has many books in Danish that can be borrowed and are available for your
perusal at book-club meetings.

Of course, you may read in English or your own language, whatever you prefer. Don’t let the
language barrier stop you from attending our group!!

Suggested reads for August Bookclub meeting

Stieg Larsson’s first of his famous trilogy: The girl with the Dragon Tattoo

Per Pettersen called “To Siberia”. (Historical fiction about German soldiers arriving in a small
town in Jylland in WWII and its impact on a brother and sister)


Café Danmark, Danish Club, Austin Street, Newstead

Friday August, 28th August, 7.30 pm. (Mezzanine level)
Coffee is free.
Light meals and drinks may be purchased at the Danish club.
Hope to see you there!
Amanda McLaughlin
Ph 07 3266 4538
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            Søren Høimark                   Kim Tvede
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            Alan Przybylak
                                            Peter Hansen
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                                            (not on the committee)
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            Vivian Lindup                   Jørgen Skov
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