Whether you are new to the Nashville area or a current member of our Society, we welcome you to the official website of the Swiss Society of Nashville.
On these pages you will find information about our Society’s history along with updates on upcoming events. And don't forget to visit our photo archives to view some of the fun activities our members share.
Who Joins the Nashville Swiss Society?
Per our Constitution, we are “composed of members whose mother, father, grandmother, grandfather or the spouse of a member is a Swiss descendent.” Annual dues are currently $25, join after September and pay no dues for the next year. Attend a meeting as a visitor (no cost) and be eligible for membership candidacy and joining at the next or any following meeting. Besides our longtime members, we have a growing number of young, Swiss-born professionals whose employment brought them to Nashville and surrounding regions.
The next Swiss Society event: Regular Meeting
March 29, 2014 at 5:00 PM
(Click on the Calendar tab for details and directions)
The Swiss Society of Nashville is a private membership organization.Established in 1857 and incorporated in the State of Tennessee, the Society's purpose is to "promote good fellowship among Swiss nationals and those of Swiss descent living in Tennessee and to provide mutual aid in times of need."
Activities and events undertaken to support this purpose include monthly meetings, special get-togethers including an annual Swiss National Day celebration, donations to charitable organizations selected by the Society and spiritual support to our members.
Society members and friends with Atlanta Swiss Consul General Erwin Gasser (center in traditional Swiss jacket) at the annual Gruetli-Laager, Tennessee Swiss Heritage Day July 27, 2013
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