The mission of the Danish Sisterhood of America is to strengthen, maintain and preserve the Danish heritage and traditions for future generations.
The Danish Sisterhood of America was founded on December 15, 1883 by Christine Hemmingsen, a Danish immigrant from Orup, Denmark. Inspired by the success of the Danish Brotherhood of America, Mrs. Hemmingsen established Christine Lodge #1 in Negaunee, Michigan. The Danish Sisterhood of today continues to grow with numerous lodges located throughout the United States and Canada.
The Danish culture is rich – its history long and distinguished, going back thousands of years. Membership in the Danish Sisterhood of America is a wonderful opportunity to connect with your Danish heritage, learn more about Danish customs and traditions, and strengthen your connection to Denmark. A cordial invitation is extended to you to join the largest national organization of Danish women dedicated to preserving and sharing these deeply rooted traditions.
Dual citizenship approved by Danish Parliament.
A broad majority of parliament today approved dual citizenship in Denmark. The new law will permit foreigners to become Danish citizens without having to give up the citizenship of their own country, and it will also allow Danes who have given up their citizenship for another to be able to reclaim it. The law change is expected to come into force in the summer of 2015
2015 National Board meeting
March 19-22, 2015,
Location: Location: Omaha, Nebraska
Check out our newest Danish item – A Beautiful Red Fleece Jacket!
Visit our Marketplace-Butikken.
Did you know that you can follow us on Twitter, Facebook, and Pinterest? Keep up to date on news and events within the Danish Sisterhood. In addition to finding some great cultural insights and events around the country, you can also find Danish recipes, crafts, news, historical information, articles, ideas for lodge events, tutorials, and so much more! We invite you to join us online!