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
bar is open on Sundays at 1:00 PM. The bar serves
Pilsner Urquell, Staropramen, and Holba beers plus wines, and
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.
to ACSCC, North Miami, Florida
by Drahomir (Mira) Hrdbovic
Left, Prague Castle Right, Bratislava Castle
Donated to ACSCC 9/30/2006
for another image
NICHOLAS DAY CELEBRATION
SUNDAY, DEC. 6th
your children and celebrate Mikulas day 2015 on Sunday,
December 6th with Svaty Mikulas, the Angel and the Devil.
For details please see the event flyer, registration form
and adult menu.
Mikulas Day 2015 Event Flyer
KOLÍBAL EXHIBITON IN MIAMI
Czech contemporary artist, will exhibit his art at the Merzbau
Gallery in Miami beginning November 19. For details
of this event follow the link below
BAR IS STILL OPEN EVERY SUNDAY
it has been announced that our restaurant will be open only
on the first Sunday of each month and this is the case.
However, we want to emphasize that the bar will still
be open every Sunday. To see this message with all the
details just click the link below.
bar is open every Sunday
OCTOBER CONCERT CANCELLED
- ACSCC was just informed that because of major scheduling
problems the entire Maduar "30th Anniversary Tour" has
been cancelled. This cancellation includes the Maduar
Concert originally scheduled for ACSCC Club House, in North
Miami on Saturday, October 3, 2015. This announcement came
as a surprise to us, and we are sorry for inconvenience
or interruption of plans that might be caused.
2015 North Miami Event Flyer
CZECH SLOVAK US 2015
Miss Czech-Slovak US pageant was held in Wilber, NE on Saturday
and Sunday, August 1 & 2, 2015. Meagan Kurmel, representing
Nebraska, of Omaha, NE was crowned the 2015-16 Miss Czech-Slovak
US Queen. Congratulations to Meagan. Click
the photo of the contestants (left) for larger image.
Miss Czech-Slovak US Queen
HLAVA MARTIN - PANTOMIMA
Sunday, May 24, Nina Hlava Martin will present PANTOMIMA,
Pantomime in the Czech Republic and Slovakia - Now and Then!
Nina, herself an extraordinary pantomime artist, will
include a showcase performance of her own work in the presentation.
See the event flyer for more details. There
is no charge for admission.
check out Nina's new website www.pantomimemiami.com
FUN 2015 FOR THE KIDS ON APRIL 5th
Fun 2015 for the kids will take place on Easter
Sunday, April 5, 2015 at ACSCC. UPDATE
Circle games have been added to the traditional Easter
Egg coloring, Easter Egg hunt and lunch for the children.
Parents need to sign up their kids for these activities.
It's not too late. For late registration please call
Bob Petrik at (954) 577-1318
Fun 2015 flyer.
JANDA CONCERT CANCELLED
2/19/15 We are very sorry to announce that the
March 7th concert of Petr JANDA, and his daughter,
Marta has been CANCELLED because of unresolvable
& SLOVAK DAYS 2015 - JANUARY 16,
Czech-Slovak Cultural Club presented Czech & Slovak
Days 2015 on Friday, Saturday and Sunday, January
16, 17 & 18. A great weekend of Czech and Slovak
for photos of the event
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
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."