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Sons of Norway Calgary » News and newsletters

News and newsletters

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Let’s help our Sons of Norway members

hurt by hurricanes and wild fires—

We are a community

We are a Fraternal Benefit Society, founded because of the needs of immigrants a generation or more ago. Recently our beautiful land has been hit hard with natural disasters leaving some of our sisters and brothers in a state of salvage. If you need aid, contact Sons of Norway to find out how the Humanitarian Fund can help you. If you haven’t been hurt by these disasters please consider donating to this fund through the Sons of Norway Foundation. We have helped our members after other disasters and are there for you now.

Canadians wishing to aid Sons of Norway members in the U.S. can get tax receipts by channeling donations through the Sons of Norway Foundation in Canada. Click on SONFIC donation form and indicate there how you want your funds directed.

Trollhaugen Camp

Another great year at camp in 2017. Follow Trollhaugen Language Arts and Culture Society on Facebook for fun stuff like Throwback Thursday photos. Registration forms for 2018 will be available early in the year at  www.trollhaugenalberta.ca.  Located at Deer Valley Meadows near Alix, Alberta, this family camp provides 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. 

Newsletters

Double-click on the newsletter issue you wish to read and save the file to your computer. 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 www.sofn-district4.com. Scandi is the newsletter of the Scandinavian Studies Association at the University of Alberta.

September 2017 Flygeblad

SONFIC – Sept Oct Nov

FFF July 2017

Flygeblad July 2017

LAFT HUS NEWS JUNE

Flygeblad May 2017

FFF April 2017

Flygeblad March 2017

SONFIC March-May 2017

Laft Hus Programs 2017

Scandi Jan 2017

FFF January 2017