-Among the several Finnish-linked societies in the New York area, we think about women’s issues. Whether you are a Finland-connected Finn, Scandinavian,  American or of other nationality, we welcome you.
-What can we do to connect with and help each other? How can we forward our projects, our visions, our common awareness of global politics and culture as they impact women? What can FAWN do to enrich all our lives in addition to on-going networking?
-We of the FAWN Board of Directors are actively engaged with the above ties - as well as partaking in various civilized pleasures (wine-tastings, cruising) and much more. We need your ideas too - that's why we look forward to seeing and welcoming you soon.

JOIN OR RENEW YOUR FAWN 2017 MEMBERSHIP! INFO ENCLOSED!
Welcome to Fawn and a Prosperous 2017!


Photo Raija Sinkkonen Jan 21, 17

Finnish & American Women's Network 
“Celebrating that Arrival of Spring is Soon”

On Thursday March 2, 2017, FAWN invites you to join us for
informal networking and also to meet Katri Saunders, former longtime FAWN Board Member
and still supporting FAWN regarding financial, database and website matters and
Advisory Board Member, who is visiting from Tampere, Finland. Meet Katri, friends and colleagues.

Sign up by March 2: rsvp@fawnet.org – no fee but we need your RSVP!

Cash bar – drinks and food available for purchase.

Where: Scandinavia House, 58 Park Ave. @ 38th Street
When: Thursday March 2, 2017, 5.30-7.30pm



Please stay tuned for more of our spring program coming soon.

 


Photo Raija Sinkkonen, Finland 21.1.2017

 

 For many interesting events and films visit also
http://www.scandinaviahouse.org/

PAST EVENTS:  

February 7, 2017 - Finnish & American Women's Network Annual Meeting at Hotel Paul 
“Learn more about meditation and Reiki, an ancient Japanese technique”

Emily Rose Laochua, Meditation Teacher, talked about meditation, the practice of bringing stillness to the mind by connecting back to the body and the breath. 

Nonita Verma, Reiki Master, introduce us to Reiki, an ancient Japanese technique that is known for its ability to restore balance on all levels; physical, mental and emotional, working with the body’s own remarkable healing capabilities.
 

Emily Rose talking about meditation

 

 

Fawn visits Louis Armstron House Museum in Corona Queens on Nov. 12, 2016, followed by refreshments at La Brisa del Cibao Dominican Restaurant.Event sponsored by Kati Moran Memorial Fund.

 

Finnish & American Women's Network “Season Opener”, gathered on Tuesday October 4, 2016, for an informal networking season opener with old and new friends and colleagues at the Spyglass rooftop bar, with stunning views over the Empire State Building. http://www.spyglassnyc.com/about.php  

Journalist and writer Elizabeth Kendall talked informally and shared her experiences about staying and working in Paris this past spring.  

 

 

more past events go to Past Events page