American Swedish Institute
There’s no doubt that Minnesotans love to embrace their Nordic culture, especially this time of year. Lutefisk is a favorite for the Norwegians, but the Swedish have their holiday dishes as well.
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Check out these options the next time you are looking for something to entertain the kids on a rainy day.
No need to be bored this spring break. Four major Minnesota institutions are bursting at the seams with information of things to do and places to see.
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A celebration fit for royalty took place Saturday when Sweden’s King Carl XVI Gustaf and Queen Silvia dedicated the new Nelson Cultural Center in south Minneapolis.
Next Saturday, a Minneapolis chef will get to cook for royalty when the King and Queen of Sweden dedicate the American Swedish Institute’s new Nelson Cultural Center.
All are invited to the grand opening of the American Swedish Institute’s Nelson Cultural Center on Saturday, from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Thirteen sites in the Twin Cities metro area have now been awarded preservation grants of at least $20,000, and an addition 12 will receive some funding for their own restoration projects.
At the beginning of the 20th Century, Minnesota became home for the largest Swedish population in the country.