The Vision for Scandinavian Community Centre

SCCS Brainstorming Session 1pm Sunday January 14th, 2018

Members of all Houses are invited to the Centre between 1- 4 pm for an afternoon of ideas, input, wishes and goals for our Centre’s future. We are here to share all constructive input.

This should be the base of a 5 year 10 year plan for our Scandinavian home away from home.

Let’s make your voices heard. Please remember this is an afternoon to plan our future. Let’s keep it positive and work together. Looking forward to seeing you all there.

Carina Spencer, SCCS President

FHS Scholarship Fundraiser

This not-to-be missed fundraising event is back by popular demand.

Silent auction, lots of items to bid on!

Entertainment, Musical entertainment by local musicians
Food available from 6.30pm,  $10.00/person

Date: Friday February 9, 2018
Time: The doors will open at 6 p.m. with food available from 6.30 p.m. Silent auction from 6:30 to 8:45. Entertainment at 7:15.
Location: Scandinavian Community Centre
Cost: $10 for dinner
Contact: To donate items for the silent auction please contact Lorene Mara (moopeople@nullshaw.ca).

Donations (please new items only) can also be dropped off at the Scandinavian Community Centre Office.

The event is sponsored by the FHS to raise funds for the  FHS Scholarship Program with support from the Runeberg Social Club, Vancouver Finlandia Club, Canadian Friends of Finland, Finland Svenska Klubben and individual donors.

Player Piano Concert

The Scandinavian Cultural Society presents Player Piano Concert

Date: Sunday February 25th
Time: 1pm to 3pm
Contact: cthauber12@nullgmail.com
Cost: Admission by donation

Hear our own fabulous Player Piano. Learn of its history. See how it works. Be a guest “Pianist” Enjoy our singers. Sing Along!

Norwegian Family Christmas and Children’s Crafts Area SOLD OUT

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Scandinavian choir performing. Sing favourite Car­ols around the Christ­mas Tree. Norwegian-style rice pudding, Christmas treats, coffee and juice, and goodie bags for the children. Children’s craft activ­ity and goodie bags all included in the admission cost.

Date: Wednes­day, Decem­ber 13, 2017
Time: 6.30 pm Pro­gram Start; Kids Craft area from 6 pm.
Place: Scan­di­na­vian Com­mu­nity Cen­tre
Cost: Mem­bers $12; Non-member adult guests $15; children $8.
Con­tact: Please reserve by Decem­ber 8th by call­ing Sonja 604–522-4567 or send sonjabusch@nullhotmail.com . Remember to advise # adults, children’s names, ages & if boy or girl.

Sponsored and organized by Norwegian House Society. Everyone is invited to join us. You don’t have to bring children to join the festivities!

Swedish Baking Classes

Lussebullar/Saffron buns Monday November 27 7-9pm
minimum 6, max 10 students. Price $25/student
Course includes: 2 hours class, recipe and about 6 saffron buns to take home.

Vörtbröd/Christmas bread Wednesday November 29 7-9pm
minimum 6, max 10 students. Price $25/student
Course includes: 2 hours class, recipe and one loaf of bread to take home.

Pepparkakor/Ginger cookies Monday December 4 7-9pm
minimum 6, max 8 students. Price $25/student
Course includes: 2 hours class, recipe and cookies to take home.

Marzipan figures
minimum 6, max 12 students.  Price $25/student
Course includes: 2 hours class and 150g of marzipan figures to take home.

To start we will offer these classes. If there is a demand for it, we will offer more on Dec 6 and 11 as well.

 

Please send an email to register to Sandra Benholm-Cheung sbenholm@nullgmail.com. Once you have done that I will confirm, and you can send the payment by interact E transfer.

 

Icelandic Christmas Bake & CRAFT Sale

Date: Sun­day, December 3, 2017
Time: 10 am — 12.30 pm
Cost: Free to enter; baked goods are for sale, as are lun­cheon items.
Con­tact: Naomi Dyer 604-467-1103 or naomidyer@nullshaw.ca

Pre-Sales will include Hangikjöt and Rúllupylsa only and can be collected at the Bake Sale. Please contact Naomi.

Credit Cards are no longer accepted. Payment by Cash or Cheque only.

Craft Tables – contact Anna Bjarnason at 604-526-6775 or anna.bjarnason74@nullgmail.com.

Hard Fisk Café opens at 9 a.m. Have your breakfast coffee and treat and a visit with friends before the sale starts: Vínarterta, kleinur, pönnukökur, and rúllupylsa or hangikjöt on brown bread or flatkökur

Bake Sale: 10 a.m.—12:30 p.m.

We will have many more vinarterta, hangikjöt (triple-smoked) and rúllupylsa than last year.  For Sale: Vínarterta, kleinur, pönnukökur, lifrarpylsa, rúllupylsa, hangikjöt, brown bread, harðfiskur

 

Scandinavian Craft Fair

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Arts and Crafts – Baked Goods – Christmas Goodies — Refreshments and much much more!

The annual Scandinavian Craft Fair at the Scandinavian Centre, hosted by the Vancouver Finlandia Club. Lots of local vendors, Finnish & Scandinavian crafts and merchandise, plus your favourite baked goods!

Scandinavian Deli will be open for lunch.

Free entry and free parking!

Date: Sunday November 26, 2017
Time: 11 am to 4 pm
Cost: Free Admission
Contact: Riitta or Ron at 604-941-0760 or scandicraftfair@nullgmail.com

Please note the Craft Tables are sold out.

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