The national representatives of Sweden, Norway and Denmark would like to welcome you to Malmö (and Copenhagen) for the AIJA annual Scandi Holiday dinner on 8 December 2023.
After successful events in Gothenburg, Copenhagen and Oslo, the turn has come to Malmö and Copenhagen. Although primarily aimed at Scandinavian AIJA members, international friends are, of course, more than welcome to come and enjoy the true southern Scandi holiday spirit draped in the cold (guaranteed), wet (guaranteed), darkness (guaranteed), hygge (guaranteed) and snow (not guaranteed) we call winter –together with all your favourite Scandi AIJA friends.
For those who want the full Scandi holiday experience, there will also be a recovery brunch/lunch in Copenhagen the day after, i.e. 9 December 2023, at 13.00 at PS Bar and Grill.
Just make your way over the bridge and come for informal, catch-up food, drinks and chat. It would also be an ideal chance to combine it with a visit to one of the many Christmas markets incoming, including the one in Tivoli Garden.
If you want to join, please contact Martin Madsen Svanberg at Vinge. Please state whether you will attend both 8 and 9 December, or only one of the two.
Fees & General InfoThere are currently no registration fees available.
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