This Swedish Club's mission is to offer the opportunity to celebrate Swedish holidays and their culture even though we are at the opposite end of the world. At this Club, you can speak in your own born language, go to parties, celebrate Lucia, and of course, enjoy a Christmas market.
Swedish feed is quite different from the food that we would normally eat here and their specialities include things like Swedish meatballs, Raggmunk, Gravlax, Toast Skagen, and cinnamon buns.
Swedish home cooking comes from a mixture of very winter climate plus summer light. There is a wide variety of fresh Swedish ingredients available, and there are many delicious traditional recipes that you can choose from.
The Swedish not only have good food but they also have modern and stunning fashions as well as superstars and all sorts of designs for many products.
At this experience, there is going to be a nice variety of vendors who will be selling traditional Scandinavian foods, imported and homemade, as well as arts and crafts, books, and more.
Scandinavian treats will have a stall selling chips, nyponsoppa and selmor. In the cafe, the Swedish Club of WA will sell sausages (tomato sauce and mustard), glögg, coffee and gingerbread and the like.
The vendor people will all be indoors, but Nicholson Reserve, right in front of the venue, provides a lot of space for everyone to enjoy the sunshine while eating a freshly made cinnamon bun, sipping on some mulled wine and listening to classic Christmas songs. We, therefore, suggest you bring a blanket you can sit on while taking in all the Christmas items.
The Club is always looking for volunteers to help out with their events, so if you can help with this, please email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please click on their website, or their Facebook page. The functions that they have this year are:
17th of November - World of Food Festival at the Government House Gardens.
1st of December - Christmas market at Subiaco Palms (this event).
* 14th of December - Lucia at East Fremantle Football Club.