The annual Scandinavian Christmas Fair, hosted by the Sons of Norway, will take place at the Trollheim Lodge in Lakewood Nov. 1-2 from 10-4 each day. Multiple craft vendors will be present, each representing some facet of Norwegian, Swedish or Danish culture – from wooden carvings to knitting to rosemaled items. More than 600 people are expected to attend, some with Scandinavian heritage. The event is open to all with a $3 admission fee at the door. Children 12 and under are free.
There will be a huge selection of Scandinavian imports, crafts, rosemaling, food, gifts, and holiday decorations. Lunch, served from 11:30-1:30pm, includes Swedish meatball plate, lompe dogs and lefse, for an additional $3-$10.
Onsite and street parking is available, and the building is wheelchair accessible.
After the fair, the Norse Butikken will continue to be open Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 9:30-3:30 through Saturday Dec 21st. Besides their holiday imports, they will have their usual selection of Scandinavian Gifts and Items:
Kitchen – Cookbooks, Mugs, Paper Napkins, Swedish Dish Cloths, Linens, Specialty Cookware and Tools for Scandinavian Treats
Foods – Fishballs, Packaged Mixes, Cheese, Candy, Cookies, Crispbreads, Drink Mixes, Lingonberry and other Jams; and Lefse; (Lutefisk seasonal)
Home – Books for Adults and Children; Greeting Cards; Jewelry; T-Shirts, Socks, Caps; Baby Items, Trolls, Dala Horses, Flags, Pewter Items, and Novelties.
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