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SAHS/WM
29 Pearl St. NW, Suite 127
Grand Rapids, MI 49503
616/458-0420

SAHS is a 501(c)3 organization.

 

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The Swedish American Heritage Society of West Michigan, an affiliate of the Swedish Council of America, was founded to preserve, foster and perpetuate traditional customs and culture of our Swedish heritage, as well as that of other Scandinavians.

If you are of Swedish heritage, or the spouse of same... or if you simply have a sincere interest in Swedish or Scandinavian heritage, you are invited to join us!

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Annual Meeting

Join us on Sept. 16 for SAHS' Annual Meeting at Covenant Village of the Great Lakes. Enjoy a buffet dinner and musical entertainment by Tami Hjelm and Roger MacNaughton. To find out how to register, visit the Upcoming Events page.

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Swedish Reading Club

On October 20, the Swedish Reading Club will discuss Last Will (Nobels testamente) by Liza Marklund. The book, part of her popular Annika Bengtzon series, was the winner of the 2013 Petrona Award for Best Scandinavian Crime Novel. For more information, visit the Upcoming Events page.

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Make Sweden & America Your Magazine!

Sweden & America magazine is published quarterly by Swedish Council of America in Minneapolis, Minnesota, and Swedish American Center in Karlstad, Värmland, as a joint official print communication. Every full-color issue is great to read and fun to share with family and friends.

Subscriptions are available under “Communications” through the website www.swedishcouncil.org

Sweden & America magazine

As a member of SAHS/WM, you can subscribe for the low price of $10/year. Just send a check made out to SAHS/WM and the mailing address to: SAHS/WM, 29 Pearl Street NW, Suite 127, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

 

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