Norwegian Family Christmas and Children’s Crafts Area SOLD OUT

Santa Claus Vector Clip-artNor­we­gian Fam­ily Christ­mas and Children’s Crafts Area
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!

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

 

KroAften — BY RESERVATION ONLY

KroAften, Danish House Society’s Club Night BY RESERVATION ONLY
CAPACITY LIMITED TO 165

Date: November 3, 2017
Time: Bar opens 6 pm. Smørrebrod is served at 7pm
Contact: Ebba Grey 604-990-3550 or by ebba@nullshaw.ca
Danish House Society’s Club Night

Meet 6’ish to get your meal tickets and table number and enjoy a drink. Smørrebrod is served at 7 pm. To reserve: Ebba Grey 604-990-3550 or email ebba@nullshaw.ca. You MUST BOOK and order your open faced sandwiches by the Monday 6pm of the same week. This popular event books up quickly so call early!

Enjoy a fine selection of open faced sandwiches, dessert, coffee and tea. Wash down with Snaps and Carlsberg.

Finnish Canadian Rest Home AGM – Members only

Rest Home LogoDate: Sun­day, October 29, 2017
Time: General Meeting 2pm. The General Meeting will be immediately followed by the AGM. Refreshments. Please note that the meetings are for members only.
Place: Scan­di­na­vian Com­mu­nity Centre
Cost: Free admission
Contact: Finnish Rest Home Office 604-325-8241

 

Seterskveld

SeterskveldGoatDate: Friday, October 27th, 2017
Time: Cocktail hour 6 pm;  7 p.m. Dinner; Live Dance music 8pm to 11pm
Location: Scandinavian Community Centre
Tickets: to be purchased no later than Oct 24th (Tuesday) Adults: $25 p.p. ; Children 5 yrs through 12 yrs: $10 p.p.
Children 4 yrs & under: FREE. Need to book for seating, though.
For reservations & tickets contact: Carol Walters mailto:c_walters@nullshaw.ca
or  Borgie Tyssedahl 604-985-3315; Tickets also available from the Scandinavian Centre office
(Please make chqs payable to: Norwegian House Society)

Traditional pork dinner menu with home made rommegrot.
Funds raised shared equally by: Norwegian House Society to benefit Viking Ship Munin and
Sons of Norway Sleipner Lodge to benefit the annual Student Bursary

Kaffestue

Nor­we­gian con­ver­sa­tion and cof­fee Sundays.  Everyone is welcome – learning Norwegian? Have company from Norway? Bring them along! Stop by to share cof­fee, treats and topics.

Date: Sun­day, September 10, 17 and 24
Time: 2pm to 4pm
Place: Scan­di­na­vian Com­mu­nity Cen­tre, Nor­way Room
Con­tact: For info or to con­firm dates, stat hol­i­days, etc. contact Eva Lindzen 604 581‑3376 or elindzen@nullshaw.ca
Want e-mail reminders & noti­fi­ca­tion of changes to sched­ule? Email to judithanderson@nullshaw.ca

Canadian Friends of Finland: Arms and Flags of Finland

Date: Sunday October 22, 2017
Time: 2 pm 
Cost
: Admission by donation. Refreshments
Contact: Dianne Kilback dkilback@nullshaw.ca

For Finland’s Centennial The Canadian Friends of Finland presents:

Arms and Flags of Finland: A lecture on the heraldry of Finland
Presented by Allan Ailo
Why a sword swinging Lion on the arms?
Where else does the lion appear?
What is the origin of the national flag?
What symbolism is on municipal arms?
How do coats of arms reflect aspects of Finland?

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