Lund week 19
Wednesday 6/5: The summer season is closing in fast and it is time for an outdoor fitness class! Dress warm and go to Folkparken for an intense workout. The class starts at 7 PM, ask the front desk for more information.
Thursday 7/5: Table Tennis Thursday! Are you looking for something to do in your free time? Why not become a master of table tennis? Every Thursday you can play in our living room. It doesn’t matter if you are a beginner or an expert everyone is welcome at Table Tennis Thursday!
Saturday 9/5: The annual “Lundaloppet” takes place where approximately 6000 runners make their way through the streets of the city on five or ten kilometers. It is a festive event which attracts a large cheerful crowd, so join in and cheer for all the runners! If you feel like participating in the lap, you can sign up until the 7 of May.
Sunday 10/5: Cozy Sunday! Enjoy your afternoon in our Living Room with a newspaper or a nice Sunday movie. We will serve homemade cookies and hot beverage to keep the coziness at a maximum – everyone is welcome!
Bromma week 19
Friday 1st May: Cozy Friday at 9PM in the living room. Everybody is welcome down, soda and chips is on the house!
Tips of activities: Grill party in Kungsträdgården on 9th and 10th May
Open the summer season by visiting the biggest grill party and the only fair in Sweden for Grill and BBQ theme. The hottest trends, products, flavors and news of the summer in Grill, BBQ and Outdoor living will be presented in Kunsträdgården on 9th and 10th May. Eat the grilled food prepared by the best grill master of the Europe, compete in eating the most spicy sausages and try the best barbecue beer and wine of the summer. This is the experience for the whole family, with bouncy castles, slides and some entertainment on the scene, ex. Fat Boy, Albin &The Honky Tonk Express.
Bromma week 18
Friday 1 Our traditional Cozy Friday at 7PM. Come down to the living room and meet the other guests. Soda and chips are on the house! st May:
Tips of activities:
Walpurgis night celebration in Stockholm, 30This is the night of the bonfire in Sweden, traditionally believed to ward off evil spirits, but now a festive way of getting rid of excess gardening odds and ends. Skansen, a historical open-air museum in Stockholm, is holding the biggest Walpurgis celebrations in Sweden. The tradition goes back to 1894 and offers a varied content, starting in the afternoon to be rounded off with an atmospheric concert during the late evening. There are plenty of other places around Stockholm where you can celebrate, ex. Götiska tornet in Drottningholm, Ålstensängen in Bromma or Ulrikdals Slottspark in Solna. th April