Kalmar City Festival

Annual celebration for three days! Kalmar City Festival is a popular tradition that started back in 2005. For three days, Kalmar's streets and squares are filled with concerts, dance performances, street theater, shows and competitions - activities of all kinds.
The goal is to offer something for all ages. Music genres ranging from pop and dance to blues, rock and rockabilly.

More information: https://www.kalmar.com/en/events

Renaissance and Medieval Weekend

During the Renaissance and medieval weekend at Kalmar Castle, you will be taken back in time to the 15th–17th centuries. Here you can experience the outer castle courtyard packed with farmers, townsmen and nobility – and maybe even one or two soldiers.
Market with food, drinks, handicraft and wooden toys, as well as singing, dancing, fencing and other things that are part of a market.

More information: https://www.kalmar.com/en/events

Inaguration of the Gavle goat

he peculiar story about the Gävle Goat started in 1966. A man named Stig Gavlén came up with the idea to design a giant version of the traditional Swedish Christmas straw goat. The objective was to attract customers to the shops and restaurants in the southern part of the city. On the first Sunday of Advent 1966, the huge goat was placed at the Castle Square. Since then, the Gävle Goat has been a Christmas symbol placed in the same spot every year. Today he is world famous.

IAGP Congress 2018

International Association for Group Psyhoterapy and Group Processes

We hope the Congress will be a place for mutual learning: how do cultural assumptions develop and how can actively working with them transform social tensions? From a global perspective, there is no ‘us’ and ‘them’. We live in one world. The congress will offer key-note speakers, symposia, seminars, workshops and research presentations and participatory research.

More information: http://www.iagpcongress.org/

Fehmarn Belt Days

A forum for interested parties, an open platform – ready for your suggestions!

For two days in 2018, the Fehmarnbelt Days provide again a broad platform for stakeholders (including the interested public) from all over the emerging Fehmarnbelt Region and beyond to exchange ideas and experiences, to discuss key issues and further cross-border collaboration. We want to develop possible growth opportunities of the emerging Fehmarnbelt Region – seize the possibilities and understand possible obstacles. It is all about Tomorrow’s connections, which is the recent claim.

ESPID 36th Annual Meeting

Join us for the 36​th Annual Meeting of the European Society for Paediatric Infectious Diseases. Thousands of clinicians, researchers, residents, and students will come together on May 28 – June 2 in Malmö, Sweden.
Building on the success and innovation of previous meetings, ESPID 2018 will feature a wide range of sessions and learning opportunities showcasing the latest research and developments in the field hosted by leading international experts. Experience excellence in Malmö at ESPID 2018!​​​​​​​​​