IWC Copenhagen Calender

Website go-live celebration @ Your sofa
May 30 @ 19:00 – 20:00

Get your feet up – fire up the stove and grab a bun and a cup of tea while you enjoy the new website …

June Lunch @ Strandmøllekroen
Jun 14 @ 11:00 – 14:00
The first Coffee Morning of the Club year 2018 – 2019 @ Home of Dorethe Worsøe
Sep 13 @ 11:00 – 14:00

Please sign up in good time. See Cosmo for contact details.
There is a maximum number of 25.

Tour – Visit to BLOX @ Blox Danish Architecture Center
Sep 20 @ 11:00

Sign up : 1 September
Deadline : Sunday 16 September
Limit: None

Our first event of the season is a visit to BLOX.

On May 7, 2018 Danish Architecture Center opened the doors to Denmark’s new architecture center in the spectacular BLOX building on Copenhagen’s waterfront. The building was designed especially for Danish Architecture Center, which is centrally situated and equipped with attractive and spacious exhibition rooms, an auditorium, conference and teaching facilities, and a rooftop café whose large terraces offer scenic views of the harbour and Slotsholmen.

After the Tour we will have coffee/lunch at the Rooftop Cafe

SEPTEMBER LUNCHEON @ Restaurant Nautilus (Vedbæk Havn)
Sep 27 @ 11:00

Train to Vedbæk Station (Kystbanen) 8 min walk to Vedbæk Strandvej (opposite Hotel Marina).
11.00 Arrival and socialising
11.30 Meeting begins
11.45 Guest Speaker
12.30 Lunch is served
Deadline and Cancellation: Monday 19 September 2018, at midday.

Please be aware: After the deadline we cannot guarantee you a place at the lunch. You can, however, sign up for the meeting only. ALL ‘NO-SHOWS’ WILL BE CHARGED.

And finally, two small things:
1. English is the language of this club so that everyone feels included.
2. Please remember your name badge.

September Programme @ Restaurant Nautilus (Vedbæk Havn)
Sep 27 @ 11:45 – 12:30
Guest Speaker Pia Allerslev “Politics and Life After”

Pia has kindly agreed to be our guest speaker for the first luncheon of the new season.
Copenhagen City Council enjoyed Pia’s dedication
and hard work during her years in her Town Hall office.
She served first as Mayor for the Culture and Leisure Administration, and later as Mayor for the Children and Youth Administration. She is a member of the Venstre (Liberal) Party of Denmark.
As a resident of Copenhagen municipality, I can confirm that Pia was outstandingly active, young, vital and very energetic in promoting her causes.
Pia has now left the political life and is pursuing a new career in Public Relations /Communications, including lobbyism.
As all politicians quickly realize, life moves in the fast lane, and despite a huge following, a politician can be singled out and lose favour with their supporters, some- times surprisingly and unfairly.
We look forward to hearing from Pia on her life after politics and hopefully some interesting insight on what led her to this change in career.