Where: Sheraton Stockholm Hotel, Tegelbacken 6
Date and time: June 4th, 7.45am-9am
Event by: AmCham Sweden
The American Chamber of Commerce in Sweden is giving you the opportunity to meet the Swedish Minister for Infrastructure, Tomas Eneroth. He has held the position since 2017 and his responsibilities include infrastructure, digital policy and energy. A longtime member of the Swedish Social Democratic Party, serving since 1994, Minister Eneroth will be available for questions and comments.
Where: The North Face, Kungsgatan 28
Date and time: June 5th, 12th, 19th and 26th, 6pm-7pm
Event by: Never Stop Stockholm
Held weekly throughout June, Never Stop Stockholm is organizing strength and conditioning classes. The sessions are open to participants of all skill levels and abilities. The meetups are free to attend but registration is required.
Where: Sankt Eriksgatan 12
Date and time: June 5th, 7pm-8pm
Event by: Stockholm Meditation
Stockholm Meditation is hosting an introductory seminar on the basics of meditation. Professionals will guide you through new methods of dealing with stress and hardship in this hour-long meditation tutorial. Attendance is free for this first seminar but requires payment for all following seminars. Registration is required.
Where: Vintervikens Trädgård, Vinterviksvägen 30
Date and time: June 6th, 12pm-10pm
Event by: Stockholm Hippie Market
Enjoy a jam-packed weekend full of vendors, artist exhibitions, tattoo artists, yoga classes and music at the third annual Stockholm Hippie Market.
Where: Stockholm under Stjärnorna, Brunkebergstorg 2-4
Date and time: June 10th at 8am-June 11th at 6pm
Event by: The Big Meet
The Big Meet is back for another year with the theme of survival. Over two days, entrepreneurs, investors, chefs and even athletes will descend on Stockholm to announce and discuss the latest developments in food technology. Day One will feature presentations on the "food revolution" and Day Two will be dedicated to networking.
Where: Studiefrämjandet, Norrtullsgatan 12N
Date and time: June 10th, 6.15pm-8pm
Event by: Everyday Toastmasters
If you've ever wanted to brush up on your public speaking, then you might want to check out the Bilingual Public Speaking Club. Whether you speak English or Swedish, people of all ages and backgrounds are encouraged to attend these bi-weekly meetings.
Where: The Park Södra, Magnus Ladulåsgatan 3
Date and time: June 12th, 8.30am-11pm
Event by: The Local
Engaged Journalism is a concept that focuses on connecting newsrooms with communities in order to find new stories and gain new perspectives. The Local is building on this idea of community-driven journalism by hosting a morning of talks and workshops where we'll discuss what an engaged community looks like, and how to build one. Journalists based in Sweden are welcome to join and all you need to do is register online. Breakfast will also be provided.
Where: Zita Folkets Bio, Birger Jarlsgatan 37
Date and time: June 13th at 6am-June 16th at 10pm
Event by: Syriske Filmdage Festival
Started in 2018 across five Danish cities, the Syrian Film Festival's second annual event is taking place in Stockholm. The aim of the event is to demonstrate the diversity of Syrian culture through a wide range of films. Some of the actors and directors are expected to make an appearance.
Where: Skandia Cinema, Drottninggatan 83
Date and time: June 13th, 7pm-10pm
Event by: Culture and Fika Meetup Stockholm
The Offshore Film Festival is one that hopes to "bring the sea into the cities." The films shown will be related to surfing, diving, kayaking and kitesurfing.
Where: Primus Park, Östra Primus Parken
Date and time: June 30th, 12pm
Event by: HellcatsYoga
Starting on June 30th and continuing every Sunday for eight weeks, HellcatsYoga will be hosting free yoga classes. You will be taught the art of dynamic yoga at this class open to interested people of all skill levels and ages.
Date and time: June 17th, 2:30pm-5pm
Event by: Women in Global Health Sweden
Building on the success of their launch meeting in January, Women in Global Health is holding their second meeting in Stockholm. The meeting will focus on the recent Lancet series on "Women in science, medicine and global health" as well as a discussion of the initiatives of the Swedish chapter of Women in Global Health. Registration is free but limited.