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Smörgåsbord is something very Swedish and each family has their own version. On Friday, April 30, we will learn from Ingvar Wikström how he puts together a Smörgåsbord. You will also get a chance to eat some of the Swedish delicacies that are part of a Smörgåbord. Make sure to go to the Calendar and sign up now.
Thank you to all who were part of our Tantalizing Treasures Sale on Saturday, April 24. There were many wonderful Swedish (and non-Swedish) treasures to be found. Thanks to donors, volunteers, visitors and buyers – you all helped making the event a success.
Available Tresures include:
Looking forward to seeing you on Saturday.
We have many events scheduled for April and hope to see you at one or more of them.
Please note that the permanent exhibit on the second floor will be closed on Saturday, April 24, 2010. The rest of the Museum is open during our Tantalizing Treasures Sale.
Click on the event to the right to make your reservation.
Movie and Discussion with Per Zetterfalk from Sweden.
Tantalizing Treasures Sale
Scandinavian Choral Festival 2010
Come and listen to Swedish researcher and film maker Per Zetterfalk. He was the first doctoral student in 2008 to graduate from the University College of Film, Radio, Television and Theatre in Stockholm, Sweden. We will listen to Zetterfalk talk about his research and watch a documentary film, Norén’s Drama, on the internationally acclaimed playwright Lars Norén’s direction of a new work for the theatre.
We are serving dessert after the movie. Reservations are recommended. Please call 773.728.8111 to let us know if you are coming, or e-mail:email@example.com