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Scandinavian Festival in New Berlin, WI

October 4, 2014 @ 10:00 am - 6:00 pm

The 24th Annual Indoor Scandinavian Festival will include Arts & Crafts; Genealogy specialists to help those interested in learning how to research their Scandinavian family history using the Internet; live Scandinavian music by the Wil Kilpela & Friends Band from the U.P. of Michigan; energetic ethnic dancing; a fun-filled Children’s Parade; festive fashion show and yummy food (Finnish Makkara and Pulla, Rosettes, Lefse, Swedish Pancakes & Meatballs, Danish Kringle, Big Olaf’s Supercones).

Adults: $7.00
Children 4-12: $2.00
Children under 4: FREE

For details, visit www.nordiccouncil.com


October 4, 2014
10:00 am - 6:00 pm


Ronald Reagan Elementary School
4225 South Calhoun Road
New Berlin, 53151 United States
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