American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club (ACSCC) was founded in 1949. The clubhouse is located
on 3.5 tropical acres adjoining Arch Creek, in North Miami,
Florida. The purpose of ACSCC is to further the Czech and Slovak
cultures, customs, traditions and food in South Florida.
restaurant is open on Sunday from
1:00 PM to 5:00 PM. Dinner entrees feature several fine Czech/Slovak
see the current menu.
bar is open on Sundays at 1:00 PM. The bar serves
Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen, Holba and Beck's beers plus wines,
coolers and soft drinks.
clubhouse is available for special occasions. For
rental information please visit our rental
are always appreciated
ACSCC is funded largely by dues and donations. If you would
like to help our club please visit the donations
visit our Club and enjoy good food and drink in an old European
see our map for directions. If there are questions,
please call 305.891.9130.
Entrance to ACSCC, North Miami, Florida
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MEMBERS - IT IS TIME TO PAY YOUR
EASTER EGG HUNT 2014
will have an Easter Egg Hunt, especially for children,
on Easter Sunday morning, April 20th. There
will be no charge for children's registration fee this year,
and the children's lunch will also included at no cost.
These costs have been covered by the generosity of member
Josef Jelinek. Please see the Easter
Egg hunt Flyer, for event and registration details.
print the flyer to obtain a copy of the registration form
or if needed a pdf version of the flyer is available
for download at the bottom of the event flyer page.
BUDAŘ AT ACSCC ON APRIL 19TH
Budař, well known Czech actor, director, singer, composer
and songwriter, will perform at ACSCC on Saturday, April
19th. In addition, special guest guitarist, Cafourek
will also perform. Check the event flyer below for details.
Jan will perform in Key West the following day, Sunday,
Jan Budař at ACSCC - Event Flyer
Key West details to come.
CZECH & SLOVAK DAYS 2014
happy to report that the 5th annual Czech and Slovak
Days delivered, as promised, an entire weekend Czech
and Slovak art, dancers, music, food, speakers and dignitaries.
The weekend event was well attended on all three days and
a good time was had by all.
from the weekend event are at
Czech & Slovak Days 2014 Photos page 1 and Czech
& Slovak Days 2014 Photos page 2 .
NICHOLAS DAY CELEBRATION ON SAT., DEC. 7th Revised
Nicholas Day (Mikuláš) will be celebrated at ACSCC on
Saturday, December 7th. Mikuláš, the Angel and the
Devil will all be there especially for the children. Children
need to registered ahead of the date to help us plan the
11/6/13 - A generous donation by member Josef Jelinek
to help fund the event allows us to eliminate the
Children's Registration Fee. The updated details and
children's registration form are at Mikuláš
- CARVE / DECORATE A PUMPKIN AT ACSCC
October 27, from 1:00 PM to 2:30 PM,ACSCC will host
a Hallowieen Pumpkin Carving/Decorating Party for
Adults and Kids alike. The Club will provide the pumpkins
and the tools. If you come in costume you will also get
a free drink..Fun for the whole family
see more details see the Halloween
PRESIDENT'S REPORT - JUNE 2013
DeWitt, has issued a mid-year President's Report
outlining some of the recent changes and projects at
the club, and some of the issues driving this work. The
report can be seen here, in pdf (Adobe Acrobat) format by
IN TOUCH" AT ACSCC
exhibition entitled "Art in Touch," featuring
three Slovak artists was presented at ACSCC in January.
The aritists showing their work in this exhibition are sculptor,
Čutek, painter, Mária
Balážová (Gazdíková) and painter, Alexej Vojtášek.
This exhibition was also shown at the Slovak Embassy in
Washingtion DC, and Bohemian National Hall, in New York.
see more details for Art in
American Czechoslovaks Social Club inc. d/b/a the American Czech-Slovak
Cultural Club is a 501(c)(7) public charity, non-profit organization.
The budget is funded by donations and membership. All donations
and dues go to support the preservation, maintenance and operation
of The American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club.
ACSCC Website was designed and is maintained by William
The Blue Skirt Waltz is used
with the permission of Bob Petrik
Text Note: "Co je České,
to je hezké means" What is Czech, that is beautiful."
"Kde je Slovák, tam je pieseň means "Where there is
a Slovak, there is a song."