Finlandia Foundation has declared the last week of February "National Sauna Week," to build awareness and appreciation of this aspect of Finnish and Finnish-American culture, with activities, online programming and a wealth of information to come to the FFN website.
Celebrate National Sauna Week! Reservations for timed use of the mobile sauna are required. Payment can be made online after confirmation of sauna spot. Details on the on cost and event logistics will be provided soon.
Enjoy the best musical entertainment directly from Finland, arts and crafts, great food, ice-cold lemonade and beer and the Finnish heritage of Lake Worth.
In honor of the man who chased the grasshoppers out of Finland, thereby saving the grape crop, the official colors for the day are purple and green. Click below for the legend.
Wear your purple and green and join in at the variety of events celebrating St. Urho, who chased the grasshoppers out of Finland to save the grape crop.
Lecturer of the Year Suzanne Matson, and author and poet, will talk about her work and conduct a writing workshop. Time and other details to come.
FFN's 2022 Performer of the Year Eeppi Ursin in concert, celebrating the release of her new album, "My Finnish Soul."
Last day to apply for FFN funds for 2023 Salolampi Language Village youth programs.
Celebrate spring on the Fogelbo grounds next to Nordia House. There will be traditional Vappu foods to enjoy and a no-host bar with beer, wine, and sodas.
For more than 50 years, the Nordic community has celebrated its heritage with music, dance, theater and imports, foods and more. See website for hours and details.