The 38th Annual Scandinavian Day Festival is dedicated to the preservation and celebration of the five Scandinavian countries: Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Open to people of all ages and backgrounds, the Festival provides a venue to honor and present all things Scandinavian, past and present. The crafts, dance, education, food, music, and merchandise of the Festival, combined with the historic setting of Vasa Park, creates an atmosphere full of the hospitality and warmth of Scandinavia. $10.00/person (children 12…Find out more »
September 13-16 The joint stevne will be at the Hudson House Grand Hotel, 1616 Crest View Dr., Hudson, Wisconsin, 54016. Telephone: 715-386-2394. with Solørlag of America and Romerikslaget i Amerika For more information contact Marie Thompson at, (641) 423-0487 or Joel Botten 1314 Pine Pointe Curve St. Peter, Mn. 56082 Cell: (507) 351-6712Find out more »
NORDFJORDLAG STEVNE SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 2017 GREEN LAKE BIBLE CAMP, SPICER, MINNESOTA Please make plans now to be at the 2017 Stevne as we continue the next 100 years of Nordfjordlag In America! We will meet at Green Lake Bible Camp on Sunday, September 17 with a full day of activities starting at 9:00am. We look forward to seeing you at the Nordfjordlag Stevne on September 17 and encourage you to invite family and friends to attend also. For more…Find out more »
Norsk Høstfest is held annually in the fall in the N.D. State Fair Center on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds in Minot, N.D., USA. The festival was founded in 1978 by the late Chester Reiten and a group of friends who shared his interest in celebrating their Nordic heritage. The festival, now entering into its 40th year, has grown into North America’s largest Scandinavian festival with tens of thousands of people attending from all over the world. The festival features…Find out more »
October 22-29, 2017 We invite you to join us for a genealogical tour to the world-famous Family History Library of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints located in Salt Lake City, Utah. NAGC Member Fee: $1250 Non-Member Fee: $1350 Please note that registration does NOT include airfare; all arrangements for travel must be made by each tour participant. Participating in this tour will give you an opportunity to work with the largest collection of genealogical materials in the…Find out more »
Celebrate Norwegian heritage and discover more about Norwegian traditions at the Nordic Marketplace and Luncheon, held on October 28, 2017, at the Park Ridge Country Club, Park Ridge, Illinois. This annual event is a benefit for Vesterheim. Everyone is welcome! Check back for more information, or contact Karla Brown at firstname.lastname@example.org, or 563-382-9681.Find out more »
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