The Annual Meeting will be held at Mindekirken (924 East 21st Street, Minneapolis MN 55402) with guest speaker Dr. Terje Joranger from Norway (Director, Norwegian Emigrant Museum). The meeting is open to all Bygdelag members. For more information, visit: www.fellesraad.comFind out more »
The annual stevne will be held at the Quality Inn & Suites in Detroit Lakes, Michigan from June 9th to the 11th, 2020. This stevne is for anyone who may have ancestral roots in northern Norway and is interested in genealogical research, family history and a desire to connect with some people who may be cousins. 2020 Stevne Registration For more information, visit the website: Fellsraad.comFind out more »
The 2020 "7 Lag Stevne" will be held in Duluth, Minnesota. This annual celebration of Norwegian heritage will include the following lags: Hadeland Lag, Landingslaget, Numedalslågen Lag, Ringerike-Drammen Districts Lag, Sigdalslag, Telelaget, Toten Lag and Agder Lag. Details about the stevne will be announced; check the Hadeland Lag of America's website for information as it becomes available: www.hadelandlag.orgFind out more »
SAVE THE DATE! As a result of scheduling the Group Trip to Norway in August 2020, the Stevne will be earlier than usual. Plans are in the works with Bigwood Event Center in Fergus Falls, MN for July 23-25, 2020.Find out more »
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“Dear Carol, Thanks so much for the Digital Archives website, and the directions on how to use it. I'm looking forward to exploring! And thank you for spending time with us (at Nordic Fest). We really enjoyed talking to you. Maybe someday we will get to Madison to explore your library. ”
- Kae (Minnesota)