2020 Kalevala Day Celebration

Doors open at noon, program at 1 p.m.

Kalevala speaker Thomas DuBois: Halls-Bascom Professor of Scandinavian Studies, Folklore, and Religious Studies, University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Kalevala Day is celebrated in Finland on the 28th of February, in honor of the day on which the Old Kalevala’s foreword was dated by Lönnrot (February 28, 1835). Kalevala Day is an official flag-raising day in Finland, and simultaneously the Day of Finnish culture.

Come and enjoy coffee, Finnish food (piirakka, makkara) and so many choices – a taste of Finland. Free will donations much appreciated.

· The Tori (marketplace) includes books, paintings, crafts, mittens and much more.

· The Leipomo (bakery) includes a variety of fresh-baked goods.

· Music – Theresa Aho from Finland Minnesota

All ages are welcome. No admission.

Sponsored by the Ladies of Kaleva Aallottaren Tupa #15 - Duluth

Cost: Free


Sun. Feb. 23 1pm

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