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Fri, Jun 03


Villa Källhagen

Summer Soirée with IWC

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 Summer Soirée with IWC
 Summer Soirée with IWC

Time & Location

Jun 03, 2022, 7:00 PM – 10:30 PM GMT+2

Villa Källhagen, Djurgårdsbrunnsvägen 10, 115 27 Stockholm, Sweden


About the event

“Everything good, everything magical, happens between the months of June and August.”

Italian artist Eddie Oliva, a charming and versatile entertainer, will perform the very best of his repertoire. The International Women's Club would like to welcome IWIB to a Summer Soirée. We will have the opportunity to mingle with IWC members and guest and enjoy a lovely summer evening of song.

IWIB has reserved a table. Limited spaces. Send request to RSVP to - 

Price per person - 440 SEK payable to IWC BG 269-2770 or Swish 123 006 1747

The menu includes:

Herb grilled corn-fed chicken, spring primeur, ramson velouté served with new potatoes

Crème Brulé

Welcome drink (1 glass of Cava) and Mineral water, coffee and/or tea are included

A vegetarian option will be available per request.

An additional beverages can be purchased separately during the evening.

A little history on Villa Källhagen - As early as the beginning of the 18th century, there was a country road restaurant here, called "Röda stugan". This property was leased in 1806 by Lieutenant Anders Chytraeus, at the same time he received a lease permit for the apartment Källhagen , which was an adjoining acre of undeveloped land. In 1810 he opened an inn on the property. After Cythraeus' death, the business was run by the gardener Peter Söderlund and his wife.  At the end of the 19th century, Källhagen and associated buildings were rented out to two female barnkeepers and a number of working families.

In the 1920s, Källhagen was in decline and there were plans to demolish everything to make room for part of the Stockholm exhibition in 1930. The farm Hesslingeberg was demolished but Röda Stugan was allowed to remain and functioned as the exhibition's site office. When the exhibition closed, the idea was raised that Källhagen's inn traditions would be revived. Architect Torsten Stubelius was commissioned to design some pavilion-like wing buildings and the master of the cellar was CA Stenqvist, who ran the inn until 1963. Since then, other owners have replaced each other.



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