Wednesdays ongoing

Gimli, MB: Kaffitími, 3 pm, Lady of the Lake Theatre. Please contact JoAnne at 204-642-5645 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. if interested in attending.

Snorri Program and Snorri Plus Program

Applications for the Snorri Program are due 15 January, 2024. (Dates: June 8 – July 12, 2024). Applications for the Snorri Plus Program are due 20 February, 2024. (Dates: August 19 – Sept. 2, 2024). For more information, please visit INLNA Snorri Programs (

Scandinavian Choir Concert on Dec. 11

The Scandinavian Canadian Choir presents “A Scandinavian Christmas Portrait” on Monday, Dec. 11, at 7:30 p.m., at the Centre, 764 Erin St, under the direction of Willa Wade with accompanist Michele Barr. Special guests will be the Sill-i-Tones folk music group and the Scandia Fun Folk Dancers. The concert, which is open to the public, starts at 7:30 p.m. Cost is $20, (cash) at the door or in advance from select choir members. The audience is invited to participate in a ”silent Auction” raffle. A light lunch will be served after the concert. Everyone is welcome.

24 November to 18 December

Gimli, MB: New Iceland Heritage Museum Christmas Festival of Trees. Come and see trees decorated by local businesses or organization. Visitors to the museum cna bid on the tree (phone and email bids will also be accepted). The highest bidder can pick up their tree on the 18 of December. Proceeds to go to a charity of the winners choice. 108-94-1st. Ave. 

8 and 16 December

Winnipeg and Gimli, MB: Two book launches for A Viking Legend: The Descendants of Odin by Ainsley Bloomer. 

Friday 8 Dec: 5:30 pm. Icelandic Collection Library. 3rd Floor Elizabeth Dafoe Library, University of Manitoba, 25 Chancellor's Circle. Winnipeg.

Saturday 16 Dec: 1:30 pm. Lady of the Lake Theatre, New Icelandic Heritage Museum, 108-94 1st Ave. Gimli.

Saturday 9 December

Gimli, MB: Gimli Icelandic Canadian Society Jola Gleði Christmas Party, Lady of the Lake, New Icelandic Heritage Museum, 108-94 1st Ave. 2 - 4 pm. Please join us for an afternoon of coffee / hot chocolate and treats, stories about the jólasveinar, and fun activities for adults and kids!  Bring your friends, family and grandchildren.  We also have a Christmas train set available for an open bid (see story in the Fall 2023 GICS newsletter).  It is currently on display at the New Iceland Heritage Museum, where you can view it up close.  If you are interested in placing a bid on the train set, please write your name, bid and phone # on the sheet beside the train set, and on December 9th at the Christmas Party, the highest bidder will win the item to purchase.  The starting bid is $25. Looking forward to seeing everyone on Dec. 9th! Gimli Icelandic Canadian Society

9 and 10 December

New York, NY: Celebrate the holidays Nordic-style this season at Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America. This year's events feature a Holiday Julbord (Christmas Table, presented by Björk Cafe & Bistro at Scandinavia House, as well as our Annual Holiday Concert on 10 December at 5 pm with members of the Swedish Church Choir in NYC.
A traditional Christmas in Scandinavia is not complete without the traditional julbord, a holiday variation of the quintessential Smörgåsbord buffet-style meal in the Scandinavian countries. Our Swedish julbord includes multiple staples of Scandinavian cuisine served on the table. This year's seatings at Scandinavia House will feature a long buffet table overloaded with the Scandinavian classics such as herring, gravlax, meatballs, Jansson’s temptation and more. Seatings for lunch and dinner on Saturday and for lunch on Sunday will be accompanied by Lucia performances. ASF (American-Scandinavian Foundation) members receive a 15% discount off all seatings. 58 Park Ave. 10016.

Sunday 19 December

Icelandic Roots online: The Minneota Icelanders. Kathryn Rothman will discuss the Icelandic settlement at Minneota. 11 - 12 CST.

Tuesday 6 February

Gimli,MB: Gimli Icelandic Canadian Society AGM. Lady of the Lake Theatre, New Iceland Heritage Museum. 108-94-1st. Ave. 7 pm.

Saturday 24 February

Chicago, IL: The Icelandic Association of Chicago – Save the date for þorrablót 2024! At the Swedish American Museum, Andersonville, Chicago. Time to dust off the dance shoes, work up appetite for sheep heads and rotten shark, practice Icelandic pronunciation, and warm up the vocal cords. Skál - the Þorra Committee.

Saturday 9 March

Edmonton, AB: (Icelandic Canadian Club of Edmonton) ICCE þorrablót. Norwood Legion.

Tuesday, Wednesday / 28, 29 May

Edmonton, AB: ICCE (Icelandic Canadian Club of Edmonton) Casino. Pure Casino Yellowhead, Edmonton. Volunteer at


Through 17 February

New York, NY: Scandinavia House: The Nordic Center in America – Narrative Threads: Works by Eight Nordic Artists presents multi-media artwork by Nordic artists, each distinguished by their innovative use of natural, synthetic, and digital materials. Exploring Nordic craft traditions through a contemporary lens, the works in the exhibition engage with material experimentation, and digital technology, with textile design, ceramics, stitching, painting, audio recording, and assemblage offering diverse narrative expressions and perspectives. The exhibition will feature the work of eight internationally celebrated artists: Margrethe Aanestad (Norway), Hrafnhildur Arnardóttir / Shoplifter (Iceland), Hildur Ásgeirsdóttir Jónsson (Iceland), Hildur Bjarnadóttir (Iceland), Astrid Krogh (Denmark), Heidi Hankaniemi (Finland), Marianne Huotari (Finland), and Kristina Riska (Finland). Details:

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