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Join us on July 9 for Finnish & American Women's Network getting
together to celebrate summer and enjoy a New York harbor cruise

“Alive after Five cruise”


Where: Hornblower Cruises, Pier 15 South Street Seaport
When: Thursday July 9, 2015, 6-8pm (boarding at 5pm)

Work’s out, the day’s over. It’s time to kick back with FAWN members and friends
and enjoy a relaxing happy hour cruise around New York harbor.

* We meet at pier 15 for boarding - everybody buys their own ticket, see link below ($25 and up)
* 4.45 pm = We gather at the pier, please RSVP so we know to look for you.
You pay for drinks on site if you buy the general admission ticket at $25 (other levels available).

Hornblower Alive after Five Cruise leaves from pier 15 in South Street Seaport.

*For more information about Fawn and membership in Fawn, please visit

To buy your ticket:
Please scroll to July 9 to buy your ticket!




Fawn joined the American Scandinavian Society for a concert and reception at Scandinavia House on May 9, 2015.

Esteemed Finnish Sámi joik singer Ulla Pirttijärvi-Länsman and her ensemble Ulda presented a concert of Sámi joik music, expressing the rich traditions of Sámi culture through contemporary folk music.


“Celebrating that Arrival of Spring” on March 18, 2015, FAWN  members and friends joined for a networking event and also to meet Katri Saunders, former longtime FAWN board member and still supporting FAWN regarding website matters, who was visiting from Tampere, Finland.  


Finnish & American Women's Network Annual Meeting:“Valentine Fun with Fashion” February 11, 2015. Presentation by Donna Nelskyla, Managing Partner, Braemer Ventures

Saturday December 13, 2014, FAWN makes an informal visit to IKEA.


Finnish & American Women's Network "Finntown", Brooklyn tour November 8, 2014

On Saturday November 8, 2014, members and friends of the Finnish & American Women’s Network (FAWN), joined in remembering Kati Moran by embracing an exciting part of New York City that offers a lot of culture and memories from the past – Sunset Park Brooklyn.
Highlights of the November 8 tour included: the Resurrection Church (formerly Imatra Hall), the co-ops, Sunset Park and the swimming pool, 40 Street/Finlandia Street, the previously Finnish Newspaper New York Uutiset building and the Gloria Dei Lutheran Church.


October 27, 2014, Riitta Widen, former President and Co-Founder of FAWN who is visiting from Tampere, Finland, meets friends at Scandinavia House


more past events go to Past Events page