Book Club ONLINE

The Swedish American Museum book club reads a variety of Nordic books every month. Here are the upcoming books: January – We Know You Remember by Tove Alsterdal (Sweden) February – The Half-drowned King by Linnea Hartsuyker (Viking) March – My cat Yugoslavia a novel by Pajtim Statovci (Finland) April – Summer Light, and Then ... Read More

Exhibit Opening

After some delays we are excited to finally open "Arctic Highways." Admission to see the exhibit is free between 11 a.m. and 1 p.m. This exhibit discusses the exploitation of Indigenous land and how imposed borders of nation-states have erased the natural land borders used by Indigenous peoples. Nine Sami artists and three Indigenous artists ... Read More

Pop-up Café

Stop by the Museum for a fika at our pop-up café. You will always find Cinnamon rolls and Swedish coffee in addition to some other delicious baked goods in the Museum’s main gallery.

Knit Club

Returning for 2023 – come to the Museum and knit together during the pop-up café. We will meet on the last Sunday of every month as we learn from each other and sometimes a special guest will teach us Swedish knitting patterns. We appreciate to know if you plan to come but feel free to just ... Read More

Dinner and a Movie

Thursday, Feb. 2, 5 p.m. dinner and 5:30 p.m. movie We have the great opportunity to be able to show “Historjà - Stitches for Sápmi” at the Museum. The movie has won numerous awards in Sweden. Britta Marakatt-Labba is part in "Arctic Highways" on display in the main gallery. It is in Swedish and Sami ... Read More

Pop-up Café

Although, Fika translates directly to "a coffee and cake break", it is about so much more. Fika is a moment, an action (Let's go Fika!) Many Swedish folks consider it an essential part of the day. The Museum will celebrate Andersonville Fika Fest with a pop-up café all weekend. Here you will find Swedish baked ... Read More

Pop-up Café

Although, Fika translates directly to "a coffee and cake break", it is about so much more. Fika is a moment, an action (Let's go Fika!) Many Swedish folks consider it an essential part of the day. The Museum will celebrate Andersonville Fika Fest with a pop-up café all weekend. Here you will find Swedish baked ... Read More

Pop-up Café

Although, Fika translates directly to "a coffee and cake break", it is about so much more. Fika is a moment, an action (Let's go Fika!) Many Swedish folks consider it an essential part of the day. The Museum will celebrate Andersonville Fika Fest with a pop-up café all weekend. Here you will find Swedish baked ... Read More

Scandinavian Jam ONLINE

Scandinavian Jam, where we practice what we teach. Join Mary Allsopp and Paul Tyler online on the first and third Sunday of every month. Enjoy an afternoon of traditional roots music. We teach by ear, review and share tunes. We are happy to take suggestions and love meeting new people. It’s a friendly group and ... Read More

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