The event happens January 14-15 and January 21-22 and includes screening of Finnish Film "Girl Picture."
Finlandia University's Finnish & Nordic Studies program invites students and auditors to explore the history of Kalevala. Immortalized as Finland’s national epic, the Kalevala encapsulates ancient Finnish folk traditions. Teaching the course via Zoom is Associate Professor of Finnish & Nordic Studies, Dr. Hilary-Joy Virtanen. FNS 360 Kalevala (3 credits) will take place on Tuesdays […]
Deadline for applying for a Finlandia Foundation grant for 2023
Vanhimmat (folk & ballroom dance lessons) polkka, schottische, mazurka and raatikkoon– with Kay Seppälä, one of many Heikinpäivä activites throughout January in Hancock and at Finlandia University.---
Family Fun Night/Hobby Horse Hoedown is one of many Heikinpäivä activities during January, with music and Finnish dances and Hobby Horse indoor games.
Finlandia Foundation was founded in Pasadena, California, on January 21, 1953. Click below for a look at FFN history.
The Finnish-American Society of Cape Cod invites you to a Zoom meeting of Ainola, the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jean Sibelius and family. Christina Karenen, a docent of Ainola, will be our guide as she takes us around the estate. Please forward your email address to email@example.com should you like to be invited to […]
The event happens January 14-15 and January 21-22 and includes screening of Finnish Film "My Sailor, My Love."
Attend in person or join via Zoom on the last Wednesday of each month, January - June.
Make intricate snowflakes, taught by local artist Jaffrey Bagge. Required craft materials are: paper and scissors. Snowflake design templates will be sent out via email prior to the event.