LINK subgroups are special-interest groups that
meet on a regular basis.
We are crafters, readers, swimmers, sportswomen, lovers of gourmet food, and much more.
Whatever your interest, there is probably a subgroup for you, and if not you can always set up your own!
Currently LINK offers the following groups:
We play badminton for an hour every Monday at Svanemøllehallen. All levels are welcome and we have regular coaching sessions.
A choice of morning or evening meetings once a month. New members always welcome.
Café Call is a relaxed, no RSVP-required, monthly visit to a café in the Copenhagen area. It is usually held on the first Tuesday of every month and is a chance for members old and new to get together and chat in a friendly atmosphere.
The LINK Dog Walking group has started recently and currently meets on Saturday mornings.
If you would like to improve your English conversational skills, be it speaking or understanding or if you just want to feel more confident when communicating in English, come and join us. Our group is fun and relaxed. We are of varying nationalities and mixed levels, and we enjoy good chats about everything.
We meet every two weeks at one of our member’s homes to practise talking for one hour in French and one hour in English on a pre-agreed topic.
We try to see a movie on the second or third Tuesday evening of the month. Our choice of film is decided following members’ suggestion, but we also try to keep a nice balance between commercial and arthouse movies.
LINK's mindfulness subgroup, Mindful and More, provides a space to co-create a more mindful, calm, and joyful way of being. We help each other to connect and create a loving, positive energy, a place for us to help each other be in the moment, without judgement or wanting to change what is, but just letting go. Each time we meet we will discuss, share and practice different approaches to accessing and supporting mindfulness.
We are a group of mums who all have children boarding at school outside Denmark. If you have a child at boarding school or are seriously considering it as an option for the future, come along to a meet up.
Music & Movement class is held every Friday from 10-10.45 and is open to all pre-schoolers and their parents or carers. Join us for singing, music, instruments and stories! No need to book, just turn up! Keep your eyes open for more details via ad hoc email and Facebook. For more details see the Kids Korner page.
Needle Nutz is the group for all those who enjoy crochet, knitting, and other needlework. Bring your needles and supplies along for a few hours each week to meet and work on your individual projects while chatting to friends over tea, coffee and biscuits. We meet once a week on Wednesdays.
We meet for lunch once a month to explore culinary Copenhagen.
Our playgroup for pre-school children meets regularly. You do not need to be a LINK member to attend. For more details see the Kids Korner page.
Quilting, crafts and food. Quilt tasters is an opportunity to get together with fellow quilters and other “crafters” once a month for a “show and tell” session of inspiration, chat and dinner. All are welcome, from beginners to pros.
This relaxed group is for those members who plan to stay in Denmark for the long-term.
The Spanish Conversation subgroup is a highly international group for all those who speak Spanish. Both native and non-native speakers are welcome at our monthly meetings.
Swimming classes are held at Kildeskovshallen in Gentofte on Monday and Thursday mornings. All levels are welcome and, although there is a focus on crawl, all the latest techniques are employed to get the most from your swimming, whatever your goal.
Come join our tennis group for weekly games or lessons and fun tournaments. All levels welcome. For more details please contact LINK Tennis.
We meet every Friday in the city center and usually walk for about 5-6km through the streets/parks/harbour of our beautiful city stopping on the way for coffee or finishing with lunch.
Come join the party at Kildeskovshallen on the morning of the last Tuesday of every month. Zumba takes the 'work' out of workout by mixing low-intensity and high-intensity moves for an interval-style, calorie-burning dance fitness party. After class we go upstairs and grab a coffee in the cafeteria.