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The youth choir, sjUNG, is a group of girls from Sundsvall, Sweden. Their repertoire is broad and includes sacral songs as well as old Swedish folk songs and modern pop songs. sjUNG has traveled to the Faroe Islands, Denmark, Paris, London and all over Sweden with their energetic performances—now they are coming to Andersonville. Join us on Thursday, July 21 at 6 p.m. to hear them sing at this summer concert! Donations are appreciated and RSVPs recommended. Email email@example.com to reserve your seats.
Travel the world without leaving Chicago! Come and explore the food, dance, folk art, and culture of a different country each day in our Pioneer the World Day Camp. Campers end the week with their very own World’s Fair to show off their work to the public! Pioneer Camp is always packed with fun and adventure for children ages 6 to 10. Session I starts Monday, July 25. Click here for more info and register today!
2016 marks the 40th anniversary of the Swedish American Museum. Each day this year, we will feature a Swedish-American fact to commemorate our #40YearsInAville and the Swedish roots of our community. You can find these #OnThisDay facts on our Facebook, Twitter and Instagram feeds as well as at the Museum’s front desk. Click here to see what you missed from the previous week!