“Things Norsk”

Link to interesting articles about crafts, culture, genealogy, history, humour, news, and travel.  If you would like to add to this collection, send your input to or

Ski for Light

Blind and visually-impaired skiers and their guides are happy that Ski for Light is happening this year from Feb. 6-12, as in 2021 and 2022 it was cancelled due to Covid. In the meantime many improvements have been made to the William Watson lodge and cabins in Kananaskis where they will stay. (website:

Trollhaugen Camp

Website and on Facebook as Trollhaugen Language Arts and Culture Society.  The camp runs fom August 13-19, 2023, and will feature instructors from Norway as part of celebrating Trollhaugen’s 50th Anniversary.
Located at Deer Valley Meadows near Alix, Alberta, this family camp provides a week of Norwegian language, history, crafts and culture for all ages. On the final day of camp, guests are welcome to view the crafts exhibit, have lunch and enjoy the wind-up program. 


Double-click on the newsletter issue you wish to read. Flygeblad is Valhalla lodge’s newsletter. SONFIC newsletters come from the Sons of Norway Foundation in Canada. Fabulous Fourth Footnotes (FFF), the newsletter for Alberta, Saskatchewan, Montana and North Dakota, is available here and at Laft Hus is a Norwegian museum and culture centre in Red Deer.

Laft Hus News – Feb.

FFF – January 2023

Lethbridge Jan-Feb

Edmonton – JanFeb

Flygeblad – December


Edmonton NovDec

2021 – Lots of Norwegian cookie recipes

Edmonton – Nov Dec

A keeper from 2020: Traditional Norwegian Christmas recipes, stories, and crafts