Glenn writes: The Oslo Baseball Club is looking for reinforcements for its basketball team (yes, you read that right). Anyone interested in trying outis invited to contact Glenn (email@example.com or 901 39 382). Anyone interested in coaching (with remuneration) is also encouraged to contact us.
Hannah writes: The Oslo International Toddler Group is a friendly group that meets each Wednesday during the school term. The group is intended for international parents with babies and toddlers living in Oslo and surrounding areas. There are tons of toys to play with and we also sing with the children. We meet at Høvik kirke just off the E18 at Høvik. […]
The Daughters of the American Revolution is forming a new chapter in Norway. The DAR is a non-profit, non-political worldwide service organization formed in 1890 and devoted to promoting historic preservation, education, and patriotic endeavor. By joining DAR, you help keep American and family history alive. It gives women a straight path to conservation, education, and […]
Adomas writes: JCI Oslo International (JCIOI) is the first English-speaking JCI chapter in Norway. Personal development, active citizenship, local and international networking – these are opportunities you will find within our organization. JCI (Junior Chamber International) is a membership-based nonprofit organization of 200,000 young people ages 18 to 40 in 5,000 communities and more than 100 countries around […]
Norway International Network (NIN) is an organization for educated foreigners and Norwegians who wish to make the most out of networking opportunities for professional and social reasons. NIN is a dynamic and inclusive network built on the energy and creativity of its members. For more information please visit: www.ninside.org