Upcoming events

For information on any of these or other events at the Scandinavian Centre, please contact the office at (204) 774 8047 or email:  bookings4sci@gmail.com 

To make reservations: call (204) 774-8047 or email sccreservations@shaw.ca

Friday Lunches hosted by the Norwegian Canadian Club resume Friday, September 9th, 2016.  Lunch is from 11:30 – 1:30.  The menu includes a bowl of homemade soup, 2 open-faced sandwiches, dessert and bottomless cups of coffee/tea for $7.00 per person. Please make reservations for groups of 4 or more at 204-774-8047.

TGIF Dinner/Speaker on September 23rd, 2016. Celebrating four of our out-standing volunteers with the Markmann Award. Dinner at 6pm. Presentation at 7:15. Dinner is $17.50 and includes salads, hot vegetables, entree, dessert, unllimited coffee/ tea. Reservations required.

Norwegian language classes will begin on Tuesday, October 11th from 7:30-9:30 for all levels. For more information contact the centre.

Finnish language classes will start again on Saturday, September 24th, 2016. Cost is $20.00 for the fall session. Classes run from 10-12 on Saturday mornings and are suitable for all ages and level of knowledge. The classes also provide students with some knowledge of Finnish culture, history and lifestyle.

Icelandic Language classes will start with registration on September 20th. The classes  are on Tuesday nights from 6:30-8:30pm. Classes run for 10 weeks. All levels are welcome.

Swedish Language class will begin on October 13th  at 7pm. for ten weeks.

Viking Feast – date has been moved to October 22nd, 2016. Theme is ” home from the sea”. more information to follow.

Viking School Program – Fall session is full running from October 17-21st.

Christmas Market – November 20th, 2016 from 11-2:30. Admission is free. Craft tables are filled. Market features a CAFE serving Scandinavian style sandwiches, soup and dessert, Scandinavian IMPORTED FOODS, BAKE TABLE with various Scandianvian bakery items as well as preserves, jams and pickles, CRAFT TABLES featuring many Nordic crafts.