The Netherland Club of New York (TNC) is on a mission to keep the Dutch heart beating in NYC. We offer a wide range of events that leverage Dutch art, culture and ideas. With these we hope to stimulate a cross-cultural dialogue. Since 1903 TNC has been a lively meeting point not only for Dutch people living in and around New York, but to all of those interested in The Netherlands and its heritage.
TNC brings a broad mix of events to the table. Discover great Dutch artists, filmmakers, authors and musicians at TNCART, TNCFILM or TNCJAZZ; join a spirited debate or lecture on political, societal and cultural topics at TNCTALK or come and network at our monthly Thirsty Third Thursday for Dutch Young Professionals. Get a taste of Holland at TNCFOOD or the annual Heineken & Herring Party. TNC is where you need to be for your Dutch fix.
In 1903, the Dutch Ambassador in Washington, Baron Gevers, founded The Netherland Club of New York (TNC) with 40 businessmen. Ever since TNC has been an important meeting point for the Dutch community in the New York area to socialize and enjoy Dutch cultural events. Our Club’s name, The Netherland Club, derives from the original name of the settlement which the Dutch founded ‘New Netherland’. Here’s a little TNC history by numbers.