The Danish American Center (DAC) - a center for Danish cultural exchange & Danish hygge is located in Minneapolis. The DAC is dedicated to the forwarding of anything Danish, offering a wide variety of activities & events which focus on aspects of Danish living & culture.
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NOTES FROM THE PRESIDENT
Happy New Year! The beginning of the new year gives us a chance to take a look back at where we have been and encourages us to take a look forward to the future. We have much to look forward to at the DAC, and it is exciting to make plans for the coming year. Arrangements are being made for our annual aquavit pairing event, Danish Day, and æbleskive breakfasts—our calendar is rapidly filling with exciting events that we have loved for years.
These exciting events don’t go unnoticed. A KSTP-TV photojournalist visited us and put together a very flattering profile of the DAC. The journalist interviewed our own Susan Jacobsen as she shared the story of the DAC and described the wonderful collections we have. The building was photographed very well as our Christmas decor was on full display. As I watched the piece, I could not help but be filled with pride for our Danish culture, and the storied past of the DAC.
View the full video on our Facebook page or on our website.
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Directions to the Danish American Center
We are located in Minneapolis, off West River Parkway and East Lake Street.
- Take Exit 237 (Cretin / Vandalia) and turn south on Cretin.
- At Marshall Avenue, turn right & travel west across the Lake Street/Marshall Ave. bridge.
- At the West River Parkway stoplight, turn left (south) toward the River Parkway, then right onto 48th Avenue South to arrive.
- Follow signs for parking in the upper and lower lots.