Welcome to our Scan Centre Free Stampede Breakfast Sat July 4, 2020 – serving pancakes & sausages, OJ & coffee. 8:3o am – 10:30 am Hi-Land Square Dancers providing great interactive entertainment starting at 9 am. Open to the public. We hope everyone enjoys this event and marks your Calendar for Sun Nov 8, 2020 for our Annual Scandinavian Christmas Bazaar.
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Scandinavian Cultural Society of Calgary needs volunteers for its Casino on Monday October 22 & Tuesday October 23, 2018 at the Cash Casino on Blackfoot Trail. Please call 403 284-2610 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up for a position.
Sons of Norway – Culture Day April 16, 2016 at the Scandinavian Centre, from 2 pm to 5 pm Instruction and assistance in GENEALOGY:
Whether you’re just getting started or looking for advanced assistance with Scandinavian church records, you will benefit from the expertise of Ron Reine and Clarissa Peterson.
OPEN TO ALL – NO CHARGE
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Please Join Us! On a bus-trip to old Scandinavian settlements in Alberta. Over night Sat May 14 – Sunday May 15, 2016 (Calmar, Thorsby, Falun and more). Friends and Family welcome $60 per person. Call Ros-Marie of the Swedish Society 403 275-3551 or email firstname.lastname@example.org before May 2 to reserve your spot.
The Wardens at the Scandinavian Centre 739-20 Ave NW – Viking Hall – Sunday Nov 22, 2015 @ 3:15 pm, Tickets $20 + $1.69 service fee = $21.69 / person Buy Online at http://thewardens.brownpapertickts.com/ – For more info email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org 403 284-2610 See website http://www.banffwardens.com/shows.php
Warm greetings to the members and clubs with the Scandinavian Centre,
I’m pleased to let you know that the group called “The WARDENS” will bring their music from the mountains to the Scandinavian Centre in Calgary on November 22.
Three men who have spent their careers protecting the wilderness of the National Parks will perform their own songs, tell gripping stories, and share some humor about warden life.
The WARDENS have a very personal connection for me. My Dad was a warden in Banff National park for 30 years, during an era when the wardens lived year round in the backcountry. They were often stationed with their families in wilderness cabins, and all the work was done on horseback. The WARDENS through their songs and stories help preserve the history and the culture of that era.
There will be a display of warden artifacts, and refreshments will be provided.
Good entertainment and a good time with friends are promised, and I really look forward to seeing you at the event.
Rosebud Theatre SENIORS Bus Trip – Sat June 1, 2013 -$25 / person non-refundable deposit – only 50 spots available. Call 403 284-2610 for more info or to reserve your spot. Sponsored by Scandinavian Cultural Society.
COTTON PATCH GOSPEL
The Gospel According to Bluegrass
by Tom Key and Russell Treyz
Music and lyrics by Harry Chapin