Expat groups in Zug and Lucerne

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Expatica's quick links to expat groups in Swiss cities Zug and Lucerne.

Below is our list of expat groups in the Swiss cities of Zug and Lucerne. Click on the links below to go to the group’s website. Should you wish to add a group, please contact us or add your group to our A-Z Listings.

A community for expats and locals in Geneva, Lausanne, Bern, Zurich and Basel. A good way to get information, join activities and meet people.

The IMKC is a club for English-speaking families with young children. Most activities are designed for mums and kids to meet in a social and learning environment. The club offers various playgroups that meet weekly in a rented room. Members can choose what group to attend according to the child’s age and development.

International Men's Club of Zug
The club offers a wide range of social activities throughout the year with the aim of offering English-speaking expatriates in and around Zug a business and social forum.

International Women's Club of Lucerne
They are an active English-speaking club in the Lucerne area, and are delighted to share their interests and events on the web. Their goal is to reach out to English-speaking women in the Lucerne area and build new friendships.

Zug International Women’s Club
The Zug International Women’s Club was started in February 1967 by two Englishwomen, who instigated a regular morning coffee to meet other English-speaking women living in the Zug area. The ZIWC has since grown to be a thriving organisation comprising over 500 members representing nearly 50 different nationalities.

Round Table Switzerland
The focal point of Round Table is its regular meetings. It normally takes place twice a month in the evenings and sometimes comes with a meal. Meetings are chaired by one Tabler for the whole year. The regular meeting is a forum for speakers and other activities and entertainment.

The English Theatre Group of Zug
The English Theatre Group of Zug is a non-profit association of amateur performers and supporters. Finances for productions are obtained through ticket revenues, sponsorships and donations from individuals and corporations. Membership fees are used to cover the group's running costs; net proceeds from productions are used to finance future shows.

ISOCS Playgroup
The International School of Central Switzerland offers playgroup sessions for mothers, fathers and carers to connect and socialise on Tuesday, Wednesday or Thursday mornings. Playgroup classes include music and movement, beanbags, puppets, instrumental play, theme-related art exploration, free-play and story time, with a balance between structured and fun activities.



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Updated 2016.


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