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An article by Linda Bladholm, of the Miami Herald. Published, Janurary 5 , 2006. Chef Miroslav Dusek holds his breaded pork schnitzel. Linda Bladholm/For The Miami Herald The American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club is hidden in a three-acre compound along the Arch Creek River in North Miami. Every Sunday the members-only club is open to the … Read moreRead More
AMERICAN CZECH-SLOVAK CULTURAL CLUB HOSTS CELEBRITIES IN 2000 By Robert Petrik North Miami, Florida January 2003 2002: The Year in Review. The year 2002 was full of cultural activities held at the American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club. A review of the important highlights follows. The Club continued showing Czech and Slovak films during the winter season. … Read moreRead More
An article by Damarys Ocana published in Street Miami, a Miami Herald publication, Feb 1-7, 2002. Make a turn at the railroad tracks off 135th Street and Arch Creek Road in North Miami, and you’re in a different world — the Old World, to be precise. A shady forest surrounds what looks-like a European country … Read moreRead More
AMERICAN CZECH-SLOVAK CULTURAL CLUB HOSTS CELEBRITIES IN 2001 Robert Petrik North Miami, Florida December 2001 The American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club had another very successful year full of fascinating events, personalities, and entertainers. A brief summary follows. In January, the vivacious singer Sisa Sklovska, displayed her marvelous talent, charm, and her ability to thoroughly captivate an … Read moreRead More
AMERICAN CZECH-SLOVAK CULTURAL CLUB HOSTS CELEBRITIES IN 2000 Robert Petrik North Miami, Florida September 2000 The American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club in North Miami has witnessed an unprecedented number of entertainers and notable personalities during the year 2000. In February, Waldemar Matuška and his wife Olga performed to an avid sellout crowd. The legendary Czech singer … Read moreRead More
The ACSCC Annual Fund provides a source of unrestricted funds for the club. Without the flexibility the Annual Fund provides, the Club simply would not be able to function. The building that would ultimately become the American Czech-Slovak Cultural Club clubhouse was built in 1926. ACSCC purchased this building and property in North Miami, FL in 1949. The age of our now historic clubhouse mandates significant maintenance to ensure safety and city requirements are met on a continuing basis. The ACSCC Annual Fund is one of the primary sources of funds to maintain our facility.
We receive the majority of our funding from membership dues, so donations are always appreciated! If you would like to help our club, please visit the donations page.
Great place to enjoy our Slovak heritage! I recommend going to any of the events they have. Authentic food, people and great family atmosphere.
I love this place, the stuff make u feel at home. Every friend I took loved it. Nice place to dance tango and meet friends.