Swiss Community Events Calendar
Available for the first time, a comprehensive calendar to download with all Swiss events in the UK - from music concerts to art exhibitions to talks to just having a cuppa.
If you know of an event that is not listed on the calendar below of the PDF download, please do let us know so that we can keep it as up to date as possible:Send us your event
OSA's call on the Swiss Federal Council & Parliament to make e-voting available to all Swiss Abroad by 2021.
The link to sign the petition online is www.evoting2021.ch
For many countries the postal service does not work (well enough) and the Swiss abroad are prevented from voting in Switzerland. Those of us who vote in a canton which already allows e-Voting, know how convenient this is.
The Organisation of the Swiss Abroad (OSA) has started and online petition to introduce e-Voting for all Swiss Abroad. We kindly ask you to sign this petition.
This petition aims to enable the 172,100 Swiss people around the world registered on an electoral register to exercise their political rights.
The petition can be signed until 28 November 2018 and will be submitted to the Federal Chancellery on 30 November 2018.
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Come and join us for an exclusive evening in collaboration with Maroush
Victorinox together with renowned Lebanese restaurant Maroush is pleased to invite you for a VIP cooking event in our Flagship Store London.
Head chefs at Maroush, George Saidy and Charbel Lattouf, will be using the Victorinox knives to demonstrate various knife skills in order to prepare excellent food and show you the Culinary Arts presentation, both of which Maroush prides itself on.
We are looking forward to welcoming you in our store with some fantastic food and drink which will stimulate and delight your senses.
Victorinox London Team
Date: 15 November 2018
Time: 18:30 - 21:00
Where: Victorinox Flagship Store London, New Bond Street 95/96, W1S 1DB
RSVP by the 13 November, 2018 to email@example.com
(The places for this cooking event are very limited and available on a first come first served basis)
Special Offer: You will receive a 20% discount on our watches, kitchen knives, travel gear and fragrances collections exclusively on the night.
You are invited to join the Edinburgh Swiss Club for our Annual General Meeting 2018 at the Saughtonhall Community Centre, Edinburgh, on the 16th of November.
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Save the date & let your friends and colleagues know that you can now book to attend the exclusive 2018 Dinner & Ball at Claridges.
- Prices are £165 for City Swiss Club members
- Prices are £ 185 for non-members
- Table for 8 people is £1’320 (8x £165)
- Table for 10 people is £1’650
- Table for 12 people is £1'980
Do get your gladrags ready for this formal event, that takes place every 2 years. The evening includes a 3-course dinner, entertainment and normally a surprise or two - the 2016 ball had a fashion show and chocolate fountain!
For a sneak peak of what you can expect, why not take a look at the previous ball's video here >
Keep an eye out for the full programme and how to RSVP on the City Swiss Club website http://cityswissclub.org/
The Service will be led by Reverend Meret Engel, sabattical Minister from Romanshorn-Salmsach, Switzerland. Everyone is welcome to join us for our Sunday service. We are an ecumenical congregation, and people from Anglican, Protestant and Catholic backgrounds and no religious affiliation worship together.
The sermon is in English. The hymns are sung in German, French and English.
The service is followed by lunch cooked by members of the congregation.
It is free to attend, however expressing an interest is welcomed beforehand so that we may have an idea of numbers.
More information on music and other cultural events held here can be found on the official website www.swisschurchlondon.org.uk
Join us for an evening of stunning singing, accompanied by theorbo, harpsichord and recorder. The forthcoming concert for Saint Cecilia's day, Cecilia Sings, will continue the theme of bird mythology that was initiated in the first three concerts, melded with ideas about Saint Cecilia. Text and artwork by students from Marylebone Girls' School will illustrate newly commissioned works on the theme of female power, passion and spirit by Janet Oates (with new text by Euan Tait), Sheena Phillips, Dominic McGonigal and Joel Jårventausta. Further repertoire includes expressive songs by Francesca Caccini and Barbara Strozzi, virtuosic duets by Mazzocchi, and beautiful madrigals by Maddalena Casulana.
Tickets £15 available at the door
25th November 2018 - Popular vote in Switzerland
Don't forget to vote!!
On 25 November Switzerland will vote on a range of issues, such as the welfare of agricultural animals (Horned Cow Initiative), the statutory basis for social welfare investigators to monitor claimants, and giving the Swiss Constitution precedence over international law (Self-Determination Initiative).
It is the fourth and final set of popular votes this year. You can find out more about democracy in Switzerland at: www.ch.ch/democracy.
In this service of commemoration, we will light candles for those who have passed away in the past year and in previous years. The service will be accompanied by organist Peter Yardley-Jones and led by Reverend Robin Pfaff, followed by refreshments.
The names of those you would like to remember can be handed to Robin before the service begins, or sent in advance via email (firstname.lastname@example.org). If you cannot attend, someone from the congregation will light a candle on your behalf.
Admission free – retiring collection