CFF: A Presentation on Alvar Aalto

 

Genealogy Meeting

Date: Sat­ur­day March 18, 2017
Time: 1 pm
Place: Scan­di­na­vian Centre
Con­tact: Poul Erik Ras­mussen sonofrasmus@nullshaw.ca

Please see www.scandinavianculturalsociety.org for details

Nordic Cultural Weekend

Rosemaling photo Erik A DrabløsNordic Cultural Weekend: Expand your horizons and learn a new Nordic craft or recipe. Something for all ages from smallest to oldest.

NORDIC CULTURAL WEEKEND – poster and forms

Date: Saturday, April 8 to Sunday, April 9, 2017
Time: Saturday 9am; Sunday 10am
Place: Scandinavian Community Centre
Cost: Adults: $15 per ½ day or one day class; $25 for two day class; Icelandic Craft Class $10, Icelandic Knitting demo no charge, but please register.
Contact: Sonja Busch sonjabusch@nullhotmail.com

 

Sponsored by the Scandinavian Community Centre

Sign up for one class or several classes …. Register by March 30th

Expand your horizons and learn a craft or a new recipe

April 2 (Sunday) 9am. Nordic Woodcarving Learn decorative Nordic woodcarving. Beginners welcome or bring your unfinished project with you. Minimum age 13 years. Taught by Anita Jacobsen

April 8th & 9 (Saturday & Sunday) 10 a.m. Two-day painting workshop: Norwegian Rosemaling & Swedish Kubits Folk painting Beginners learn the basic strokes. More experienced painters start a new project or bring your unfinished work with you. Bring your own wooden item. Paint, brushes and patterns provided.  Taught by Aaslaug Boulier.

April 8 (Sat) 9 a.m. Norwegian Cooking: learn to make Potato Balls (Potet Klubb /Raspeball) and Norwegian Lace cookies. Taught by Susan Strang

April 8th (Sat) 12:30 noon One hour Icelandic Knitting method demonstration

April 8th (Sat) 1:30 p.m. Finnish Cooking make Finnish salmon soup & side bread with Riitta Huttunen

April 8th (Sat) 2 p.m. Icelandic craft session – Learn to make Laufabraud (Leaf Bread) ornaments; Rock people in Icelandic sweaters & Birch discs with Icelandic symbols

April 9 (Sat) 11:30 a.m. One hour Icelandic knitting method demonstration

April 9 (Sun) 1 p.m. Open-face Sandwich Design Learn hands-on the art of Scandinavian open-faced sandwich design. Make sandwiches almost too beautiful to eat!  Taught by Tina Taylor

April 9 (Sunday) 1 p.m. Swedish Baking Vetebröd (aka Hvetebrød, Hvedebrød, Pulla bread). Make this sweet cardamom coffee bread with various shapes and fillings. Taught by Sandra Benholm

April 9 (Sun) 2 p.m. Icelandic Craft Session: Learn to make Laufabraud ornaments

 

Fees: Adults: $15 or half-day or one-day classes; $25 for 2-day workshop; Icelandic knitting demo N/C but please register; Icelandic Craft class: $10

Cheques payable to: Scandinavian Community Centre. If paying cash at the office, please bring correct change)

Forms      NORDIC CULTURAL WEEKEND – poster and forms 

 Info/request forms: sonjabusch@nullhotmail.com

 

Scandinavian Seniors Lunch 55+

All seniors welcome.

Date: Friday, March 10, 2017
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

Icelandic Thorrablot

Thorablot designThe Icelandic Canadian Club of British Columbia cordially invites you to þorrablót (Thorrablot)
Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017
Time: Cocktails 6 pm, Dinner 7 pm
Location: Scandinavian Community Centre
Cost: $40; 18 years and under $25
Contact: For tickets, contact Nina Jobin 604-277-0143 email nina_jobin@nulltelus.net.
Reserve by Wednesday morning, March 1. No ticket sales at the door.

KroAften — BY RESERVATION ONLY

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

Date: March 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.

Midsummer Festival 2017 – Craft and Commercial Table Applications Now Available

midsummer pole

The Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, in its 22nd year, attracts thousands of visitors. We are now looking for crafters who can offer us something special and exciting, be it traditional crafts with an innovative twist of something culturally relevant.

We offer you a table at our festival for TWO days for just $105, including all the taxes. The festival will be advertised on JRfm Radio, in the Vancouver Sun and The Province as well as in local newspapers. The fun and crazy wife-carrying contest always draws a lot of attention along with continuous entertainment all weekend.

Midsummer  Craft Table Application 2017

Midsummer Commercial Booth Application 2017

Date: Sat­ur­day, June 17 — Sun­day June 18, 2017
Time: Sat: 10am — 11pm, Sun: 10am — 4pm
Place: Scan­di­na­vian Com­mu­nity Cen­tre
Cost: Day pass only $10 • Free for children under 16 • Free parking

Highlights:
JUNE 17 10:00 am to 6:00pm; Family Festival 6pm to 11pm Bonfire Dance
JUNE 18: 10am – 4pm; 2pm Wife Carrying

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