Annual Finnish Bazaar / Joulumarkkinat in Seattle November 9

Saturday, November 2, 2019

The Finnish American Heritage Committee in Washington State cordially invites one and all to the Annual Finnish Bazaar and Joulumarkkinat on November 9, 2019 at the Swedish Club in Seattle.

The Bazaar is a wonderful meeting place for all Finnish organizations, vendors, and lovers of Suomi food and music. This year the Swedish Finn Historical Society will be offering personal tips about researching your genealogical roots online.

Other organizations with table displays and traditional baked goodies include Finlandia Foundation Seattle Chapter, Katrilli Folk Dancers, Tanhuajat Folk Dancers, Finnish Choral Society, Livakat Kantele Players, University of Washington Scandinavian Studies, the United Finnish Kalevala Brothers and Sisters, the National Nordic Museum and the Finnish Lutheran Church of Seattle.

Finn Ware, Ullakkos and Finn Peaks will offer Finnish and Scandinavian related gifts. Other vendors, including Stina's Sheaves, Hanson Knitting, Liisa Mannery, Crum Cakes and Cookies, and Rummage Mama will have handcrafted items and baked goods available for purchase. Truly inspired Suomi food, sandwiches and pea soup will be served from the kitchen! And a children's table will feature art projects. Parking and admission are free, along with complimentary coffee.

Entertainment starts at noon, with Katrilli Folk Dancers, a University of Washington Scandinavian Studies skit, Kuparilohi musical duo, and the Finnish Choral Society taking the stage.

The 2019 Finnish Bazaar is scheduled on Saturday, November 9, 2019, 10am to 3pm, at the Swedish Club, 1920 Dexter Ave. N., Seattle 98109.

Join the Annual Finnish Bazaar / Joulumarkkinat as we celebrate Finnish community and culture in the Northwest! Tervetuloa - Welcome!

Finnish American Heritage Committee contact email


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