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My brother had his wedding here for 85 guests - I was skeptical that the space would work, but it did. The lobby was used for the ceremony, then the meal, and then the dancing, with people moving to a side room for the transitions....More
Once a month from September to May the Danish American Center (DAC), puts on an æbelskiver breakfast which is just fantastic. Æbelskivers are round pancake balls cooked in a special pan. The cost is $10 for an adult, it is all you can eat and...More
I attened one of their Danish breakfasts with my family recently. While we were all very disappointed to discover that there were no danish being served - my favorite is cheese danish - we definitely enjoyed the all you can eat eggs, sausage, and æbleskiver....More
Great place to visit whether or not you're of Danish heritage. Wonderful food and activities for the kids on Danish Day, June 5th. .. You can visit any Wednesday and get a tour; lots of interesting things in the building.
Lovely Danish American Cultural Center. Lovely new additions for those conducting genealogy. Wonderful building and surrounding grounds. The Danish American Day is a wonderful way to spend the day. There are even rooms available for visiting. Definitely worth a visit.