|Synnove-Nordkap Lodge, St. Paul, MN, has developed a museum quality exhibit entitled, "New Land, New Life: Norwegian Immigration to Minnesota, 1825-1925." The exhibit will premier at Landmark Center in St. Paul then will travel statewide. Members have contributed artifacts and personal stories. Cultural events and skills are scheduled along with the exhibit. Hours vary according to Landmark Center Historical Society hours of operation|
|3/03/13|| Folk Dance Workshop: Learn Halling, Telegangar, and Nordlandspols. Your instructor, Rebecca Larson, studied folk dance at the Manger Folk High School for a year and is eager to share what she learned and share her excitement for Norwegian dance. These are more difficult dances. Although this class is geared toward teens and young adults, everyone is welcome. There will be a light Norwegian style lunch served. FEE: $7.50 per person (payable at the door)
RSVP: by Thurs, Feb 28th Sponsored by District One Sons of Norway. Time: 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM. Location: Tapestry Folk Dance Center 3748 Minnehaha Ave S Minneapolis , MN 55123 USA Phone: 6516880698 Email: email@example.com
|Nobel Peace Prize Forum: Open to the public, the event offers programs for children (Festival on Friday, March 8) for youth and those young at heart (Hip Hop and Peace with Brother Ali & Omar Offendum, Saturday evening, March 9) and anyone interested in learning about peace. Nobel Peace Prize Laureates, Mohammad Yunus and Tawakkol Karman will keynote the events. The three days – March 8-10 - focus on business, science and health, and global issues. The Forum is the only such event outside of Oslo linked to the Nobel Institute in Oslo and this year marks the 25th anniversary of its affiliation with the Norwegian Colleges in the Midwest. We invite Sons of Norway members and their friends to participate|
|3/17/13||The American Swedish Institute 2600 Park Ave, Mpls has reserved Sunday afternoon, March 17 at 2:00PM, for our Lodge to meet in the newly renovated room where we used to meet. It is now called Paulson Hall. The Institute is open from 12 noon to 5 p.m. Members may enjoy a tour on their own of the Institute, a stop at the lovely restaurant called, "FIKA," or spend some time in the much expanded Gift Shop before or after our meeting.
To entertain us will be Paul Wilson and Mary Abendorth playing Scandinavian folk music with the accordion, Fiddle, and guitar. Songs will be sung in English, Norwegian and Swedish, and Swingish. They have traveled extensively and appeared on the Garrison Keillor Show. Don’t miss this fun afternoon. Coffee and Dessert will be served.