Scandinavian Baking Class

 

Swedish Limpa

Mon­day Octo­ber 15 at 7pm

Class will be in the main kitchen at the Scan­di­na­vian Cen­tre

min­i­mum 9, max 12 stu­dents — Price $45/student

Course includes: 2 hours class, recipe and one limpa to take home.

Please send me an email  and e-trans­fer to reg­is­ter, sbenholm@nullgmail.com

 

Leif Erikson Day Festival — Focus on Iceland

The Scan­di­na­vian Cul­tur­al Soci­ety and the Ice­landic Cana­di­an Club of BC
present
Leif Erik­son Day Fes­ti­val: Focus on Ice­land

To hon­our Leif Erik­son; to praise the con­tri­bu­tions to Cana­da of peo­ple of Nordic descent; to pro­mote the spir­it of dis­cov­ery

Date:  Sat­ur­day Octo­ber 13, 2018
Time: noon to 9pm
Info: Car­olyn 778–228-2334 cthauber@nullgmail.com

Program (Free admission)

12:00 Exhibits open

1:00 Open­ing Remarks: Scan­di­na­vian Cul­tur­al Soci­ety Pres­i­dent Poul Erik Ras­mussen and ICBC Pres­i­dent and SCCS Vice Pres­i­dent, Norm Eyford. Oth­er dig­ni­taries.

1:15 Ian Sharpe: Viking­verse Book Launch

1:30 Erik Nel­son, Nordic Muse­um Direc­tor: Our new Nordic Muse­um in Seat­tle

2:15 Hon­orary Ice­landic Con­sul Glenn Sig­urd­son with his new book relat­ed to the his­to­ry of Gim­li, Man­i­to­ba — Vikings on a Prairie Ocean: The saga of a Lake, a Peo­ple, a Fam­i­ly, and a Man (Google books say this is a wide-rang­ing auto­bi­og­ra­phy that blends per­son­al mem­oir, fam­i­ly his­to­ry, and Ice­landic lore.)

3:15 Recep­tion with an Ice­landic Flavour

4:00 Fred­eriks­berg Sogns Pigekor from Copen­hagen (young women’s choir, Scan­di­na­vian music and folk songs

4:00 Fred­eriks­berg Sogns Pigekor from Copen­hagen (young women’s choir, Scan­di­na­vian music and folk songs

5:15 Bar Open and con­cert recon­venes with Nordic Bleu singers and Spel­manslag folk orches­tra: tra­di­tion­al folk­songs includ­ing sev­er­al Ice­landic favourites

6:30 Din­ner with Ice­landic flavour ($25). Tick­ets at marialakes@nullyahoo.ca (pre­ferred) or 604 569‑9370

7:30 Dr. Don­ald Gis­la­son, retired UBC musi­col­o­gist and humourist: Viking her­itage: Promis­es and Prob­lems

Pre­sent­ed by the Scan­di­na­vian Cul­tur­al Soci­ety & the Ice­landic Club of BC

Finan­cial sup­port from
City of Burn­a­by Fes­ti­vals­Burn­a­by
Dan­ish Cana­di­an Com­mu­ni­ty Cen­tre

 

Scandinavian Seniors Lunch 55+

All seniors wel­come.

Date: Fri­day, Octo­ber 12, 2018
Time: Noon
Cost: $3 if you bring a plate of sand­wich­es, cakes or cook­ies to share, OR $8 if you pre­fer not to bring food.
Please help us out by bring­ing a plate of food.
Con­tact: Tor Olufsen (604) 294‑0749 or by  tolufsen@nullshaw.ca

 

Scandinavian Business Club Dinner

Rev. Peter Smyth “The Mis­sion to Sea­far­ers”

Peter is the Senior Chap­lain of The Mis­sion to Sea­far­ers in Van­cou­ver. He was born and grew up in North­ern Ire­land and has lived and trav­elled in India, Nepal and Ger­many. Ordained in Christ Church Cathe­dral Dublin (Church of Ire­land – Angli­can. Moved to Cana­da in 2001 to Thun­der Bay, Ontario, in 2011 to Sault Ste Marie, and in 2016 to Van­cou­ver to his cur­rent posi­tion.

At the Mis­sion to Sea­far­ers in Van­cou­ver (part of a world­wide orga­ni­za­tion www.missiontoseafarers.org present in over 200 ports) their goal is the same it was when it all began in Eng­land in the 1830’s and that is to care for the spir­i­tu­al, phys­i­cal and emo­tion­al needs of all sea­far­ers and their fam­i­lies. Sea­far­ers are iso­lat­ed from their fam­i­lies and the rest of soci­ety spend­ing many months at sea. The Mis­sion to Sea­far­ers response is a min­istry of ‘pres­ence’ and ‘hos­pi­tal­i­ty’ done by vis­it­ing sea­far­ers on their ship, lis­ten­ing and let­ting them know we care, and by pro­vid­ing cen­tres that are a ‘home away from home’ where they can go and relax, speak with fam­i­ly, send mon­ey home, etc. They also advo­cate for sea­far­ers, keep­ing a watch­ful eye on con­di­tions on board and help­ing them know their rights.

Join us to hear Peter tell us about the work of the Mis­sion and sto­ries of the Port of Van­cou­ver and the sea­far­ers who vis­it, and we should all learn more and grow in our under­stand­ing of, and appre­ci­a­tion for, the sea­far­er.

Date: Wednes­day, Octo­ber 20, 2018 – 6 pm to 9 pm

Guests are always wel­come! Invite col­leagues, clients, friends and fam­i­ly.

Time: 6 – 7pm: Net­work­ing and social­iz­ing hour
7 – 8:15pm:Roast Pork with appe­tiz­er course of her­ring and mini-rye bread.
Dessert: Cof­fee, tea, choco­late mousse and cook­ies
8:15 – 9pm:     FEATURED PRESENTATION includ­ing a brief ques­tion and answer peri­od

Cost: Ear­ly Bird Price, Reg­is­ter by the Mon­day before: Mem­ber $35; Non-mem­ber $40
Reg­u­lar Price:   Mem­ber $45;  Non-mem­ber $50

PLEASE REGISTER IN ADVANCE!!!
Reg­is­ter online!  It’s fast, easy and secure!  www.sbc-bc.ca

To reg­is­ter in advance and pay online:
www.sbc-bc.ca.  VISA, Mas­ter­Card, or Amer­i­can Express accept­ed (secure third-par­ty pay­ment gate­way is Pay­Pal™, a Pay­Pal account is not nec­es­sary, just select “No Thanks” ).

To reg­is­ter in advance and pay at the door (cash, cheque, or cred­it card):
email secretary@nullsbc-bc.ca, or call the SBC office 604–484-8238, or con­tact a cur­rent SBC board mem­ber, with the names and num­ber of peo­ple in your par­ty.

Scandinavian Meet and Greet

Meet new and old friends for a relax­ing evening. There will be music, games and laugh­ter!

Date: Fri­day Sep­tem­ber 28, 2018

Time: 6.30pm

Con­tact: Åsa eidelofasa@nullhotmail.com  604–988-9882 or Rebec­ca rkeckman@nullgmail.com

Cost: For $10 you will get tasty lasagna with sal­ad. Please RSVP to Rebec­ca if you would like food, so that we’ll have enough  

Scandinavian Baking Class

 

Swedish Limpa

Mon­day Octo­ber 15 at 7pm

Class will be in the main kitchen at the Scan­di­na­vian Cen­tre

min­i­mum 9, max 12 stu­dents — Price $45/student

Course includes: 2 hours class, recipe and one limpa to take home.

Please send me an email  and e-trans­fer to reg­is­ter, sbenholm@nullgmail.com

 

Scandinavian Baking Class

Kor­va­pu­usti – Kanel­snegl – Kanel­boller – Kanil­snúðar – Kanel­bullar

Mon­day Sep­tem­ber 24th at 7pm

Class will be in the main kitchen at the Scan­di­na­vian Cen­tre

min­i­mum 9, max 12 stu­dents — Price $45/student

Course includes: 2 hours class, recipe and cin­na­mon buns to take home.

Please send me an email  and e-trans­fer to reg­is­ter, sbenholm@nullgmail.com