Destination of the Day

Saturday October 3, 2020

Nordic Connections

Whet your appetite with Nordic Cuisine, visit the National Nordic Museum in Seattle, explore learning Nordic languages, and visit the websites of the five Nordic embassies in the US; kids can interact with Legos, one of the most famous products from the Nordic countries, and enjoy story time at the museum.


Nordic Cusine

Join us as we explore both traditional food and contemporary innovation, local production and global reach, restaurant culture and home cooking! The cooking traditions and innovations of the Nordic region have captured the attention of the world and inspired chefs and home cooks alike. In 2004 the Nordic Food Manifesto


youtube.com/c/nordiccuisine


nordicmuseum.org

youtube.com/user/NordicMuseum


concordialanguagevillages.org


usa.um.dk/


finlandabroad.fi/web/usa/mission


government.is/diplomatic-missions/embassy-of-iceland-in-washington-d.c/


norway.no/en/usa


swedenabroad.se/en/embassies/usa-washington/


For Kids:

https://www.lego.com/en-us/kids 

(Danish Folk Tale from the first online Nordic Stories series by the National Nordic Museum)


Leif Eriksson International Festival is this year presented through recorded videos, ZOOM meetings, and other online tools. While we won’t be greeting each other in person, we do want to stay connected with you!

It is vital to support the festival. We are making a special appeal to you to donate on our website by clicking on the Donate button below or you can mail your donation to Leif Eriksson International Festival, Attn: Mindekirken, 924 E 21st St, Minneapolis, MN 55404.  Please make the check payable to Leif Eriksson International Festival.

Thank you for your patience and cooperation at this unprecedented time. We hope you are staying healthy and safe.