THE DANISH CANADIAN CLUB CALGARY
A CLUB FOR ALL CANADIANS
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About the Danish Canadian Club
Around 1928, three Danish clubs were established in Calgary. In 1933, the clubs decided to join forces. On November 30, 1933, 72 chartered members formed a new club named The Danish Canadian Society.
In 1944, The Danish Canadian Society moved into its own premises at 114-7th Avenue S.E. On November 9, 1945, the name was changed to its present name, The Danish Canadian Club, commonly known as DCC. In 1964, The Danish Canadian Club (DCC) sold its original location and purchased its present location at 727-11th Avenue S.W. We have been in the same place for more than 40 years.
While the club is for members and their guests, we will happily sign you in as a “special guest” so you can experience our wonderful Mermaid Inn Restaurant and see what we’re all about. We welcome everyone.