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Sons of Norway - International - mission is to 'promote and to preserve the heritage and culture of Norway'
Sons of Norway District 4 - District 4 encompasses Alberta, Montana, North Dakota and Saskatchewan
Lodges in District 4, Zone 4 - Zone 4 consists of Alberta and Saskatchewan only
Sons of Norway Foundation in Canada - administers scholarships, bursaries, cultural grants, sports grants, memorials and legacies
Click on the SONFIC (Sons of Norway Foundation in Canada) LINK above for newsletters and more information
- a non-profit society made up on The Finnish Society of Edmonton, Danish Canadian Society – Dania, Icelandic Canadian Club of Edmonton, Sons of Norway Solglyt Lodge 4-143 and VASA Order of America Skandia Lodge No. 549 and other individual members
ESCA Scandinavian Christmas Market - Facebook
- a popular Christmas Craft Market specializing in Christmas and other crafts, ethnic baking, open-faced sandwiches and beverages, held annually at the Home of the Scandinavians - International Hall and Nordic Room.
- a society incorporated in 1984 to promote the Scandinavian culture and coordinate and present the Scandinavian community's pavilion at the annual Servus Heritage Festival, complete with photos over several years
- this site has links to Edmonton area societies for Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway, Sweden
- a multigenerational summer camp formed to promote and preserve Norwegian heritage through history, crafts, traditional skills and culture classes; and all things Scandinavian
Torskeklubben of Edmonton - Facebook
- a non-profit club with Norwegian roots that meets monthly for a meal of torsk (cod), a sample of Aquavit, and fellowship
Valhalla Scandinavian Junior Folk Dancers
- Do you know of a child or youth interested in learning traditional Scandinavian Folk dances? Have them come and join the Valhalla Scandinavian Junior Folk Dancers! This is the same group that performed so well at Edmonton Heritage Festival!
- a banquet and meeting facility located at 13312 – 142 Street, easily accessed via St. Albert Trail, where the Scandinavians hold their meetings and social functions. The rooms are available for rent throughout the year by the public. A large BBQ and the pocket park with a traditional windmill are available on site for outdoor functions
- see also www.dcchall.com - this website has been suspended while the website is being reviewed
National and International
- promotes Norwegian interests in Canada and further develop Norwegian-Canadian relations. The Royal Norwegian Embassy in Ottawa was established in 1949.” This site also has tourist information and a list of official Norwegian websites. http://www.emb-norway.ca/travel/ and http://www.visitnorway.com/us/
- a job board for students, summer internships and education opportunities – co-sponsored by the Sons of Norway. This site also has an informative “Culture” section
- a Norwegian site with modern design elements and specializing in traditional bunad costumes and accessories
- for a visual display, please visit Pinterest.com and do a search for “bunad” “costumes” – this site will show examples of a wide variety of the Scandinavian traditional costumes