Congratulations to all the graduates of the Department of Scandinavian Studies at University of Washington! Two phD graduates, two Master of Arts, 12 undergraduate Majors and 19 undergraduate Minors! Thank you to all teachers and faculty for all your hard work in furthering and promoting Scandinavian learning and languages. ... See MoreSee Less
Who's ready for a fun filled Fathers Day at the Vasa Parks Midsummer Festival. Free admissions to the park all day, pancake breakfast from 9am to noon. Hamburgers, hot dogs, salmon, beer garden all afternoon. Main program at noon and the Pickled Herring band from 3-6. Tons of free entertainment for the kids, face painting, pony rides, cotton candy and popcorn, dizzies tumble bus, kids games and of course swimming. Sunday, June 16th is the day to spend at Vasa Park Resort. See you all then, ... See MoreSee Less
We're ready! We love this event and have attended several years in a row. Thank you!!
Susie are you still at vasa park?
Is that the one on Lake Summamish?
Lauren Middleton I know your family likes to get out about like we do. We’ve been to this the last 3 years and it is such a fun day out for the kids. We will be there again this Sunday.
Do you need to renew your Swedish passport? The Mobile Passport Station will visit Seattle November 19-21, 2019. This year we have the pleasure of being hosted by the beautiful National Nordic Museum located in Ballard.Click the link below for information on how to sign up for an appointment!www.consulateofswedenseattle.com/?p=1081... See MoreSee Less
Hallo! Just a reminder that the last Pancake Breakfast till Fall is tomorrow, Saturday the 8th from 7:30 till Noon!come on down, bring the family! Drink some coffee, visit, and have the best deal on breakfast in town!Share with all your friends and family, across FaceBook and beyond!See you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Special EventsSunday, June 30, 2019SKANDIA MIDSOMMARFEST, 11 a.m.–6 p.m., St. Edward State Park, 14445 Juanita Drive NE, Kenmore, WA 98028.This day-long traditional Scandinavian celebration features music and dance performances, kids’ activities (including raising a kid-sized pole), flower crowns, craft and food booths, a special costume presentation, participatory dancing, mini-dance lessons for beginners, and of course, the traditional pole raising ceremony. FREE (donations accepted; buttons are available for a $2 donation to help defray the cost of putting on the festival). Info: firstname.lastname@example.org, www.skandia-folkdance.org, or (425) 954-5262. ... See MoreSee Less