The 40th Annual DACR

June 22nd to June 24th 2018
Location: Menucha Retreat and Conference Center, Corbett, Oregon
Click here to see the photos from DACR 2018 on Facebook.

2018 Program

See the program details here.

2018 speakers:

  • Inga Wiehl, Book Talk- Tower Blues: Solving the Riddle of Confinement
  • Eric Nelson, New Nordic Museum
  • Marianne Stecher, Hans Christian Andersen – The Danish Soldier and the War of 1864
  • Kristian Naesby, The Golden Era of Danish Silent Films
  • Christian Holtz, Viking Navigation…  How They Did It!
  • Kyle Dittmer, Eldercare and Dementia – USA vs. Denmark
  • For more details about each speaker and topic, see the DACR 2018 Program

Danish sensation, Jessica Lynne

Evening entertainment and more:
2018 evening entertainment: Danish sensation, Jessica Lynne! Optional Danish classes have also been added to the program.

Jessica Lynne: Sometimes authentic country music artists do not grow up in what we would consider hotbeds of country music. Sometimes they grow up in Haslev, Denmark, the native town of current Seattle resident, Jessica Lynne, a sensational and rising country star and one of London Tone Music’s most successful artists.

Danish classes by Aaase Beaulieu. Optional classes for those who would like to learn some Danish at the retreat!

Thank you to our 2018 DACR sponsor: The University of Washington Center for West European Studies!

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DACR: A Pacific Northwest tradition

Enjoy a look back at past programs from DACR (previously Danish Cultural Conference – DCC).

Read about the 40th annual DACR in The Little Mermaid: Volume 1 Issue 2018/2019.

DACR 2017 Program Booklet
DACR 2016 Program Booklet
DACR 2015 Program Booklet
DCC 2014 Program Booklet
DCC 2013 Program Booklet

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Claus Windelev’s drawing and Facebook post about DACR 2015:

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This is a view from Menucha’s swimming pool of the Columbia River Gorge. Breathtaking and very beautiful. Drawn during the DACR 2015

Posted by Claus Windelev on Monday, July 20, 2015