SCANDINAVIAN DAY

38th ANNUAL SCANDINAVIAN DAY
Sunday, September 10, 2017
10:00 A.M.  to  6:00 P.M
 ADMISSION: DONATION - Adults $10.00 , Children 12 & Under, FREE.
FREE PARKING.
Vasa Park
35W217 Route 31
South Elgin, Illinois
 Full details are available at the Scandinavian Day web Site.


Photo attribution http://www.scandinaviandayil.com/

Enjoy a late summer day

Enjoy a late summer day with traditional food, crafts, gifts and entertainment representing the five Nordic Cultures as we celebrate the 64th year of Vasa Park in South Elgin, Illinois.  Honor the founders for the vision, labors and resources that built and preserved this beautiful Fox River Valley venue.  Scandinavian Day at Vasa Park is enjoyed by the thousands who return each year to this late summer tradition on the Sunday after Labor Day.  A great day of food, fellowship and fun bringing together friends and family with pride for over 30 years.  Select your favorites, and feast on a variety of Scandinavian and American food.  Visit the many craft and gift vendors for that special memory of the five Nordic countries.  Bring the family for a full day of fun and enjoy the tradition of music, dance and a relaxed day in the park.

Volunteers Needed at our Food Booth, Membership and "Play it again - Ole" tables.

VOLUNTEER TO HELP: Volunteer to work at our food booth or membership table. Help set up and take down our tents and tables. To volunteer at the
food booth contact Rick Severson (rseverson@porterpipe.com  and join us for a fun day of working together.

Even if you didn't sign up to help - just stop over and volunteer a little of your time.  We'll find something for you to do.



Skjold Lodge Food Booth

MENU
Lefse/Polse    $4.00
"Uff-da bergers" (Sloppy Joe) $4.00
Potato chips    $ .50
Soda/Water    $1.00
Coffee    $1.00
Assorted baked goods    $ .50 - $6.00


Skjold Lodge has a booth serving polse in lefse and "uff da burgers" (sloppy joes), along with beverages and home baked goods.

BAKE SOMETHING FOR US: Members are encouraged to bring baked goods for sale at our booth.  What seems to work best is items wrapped for individual sale.  These do not have to be Norwegian items—chocolate chip cookies sell well.  A good example of something to bring is large cookies wrapped in plastic wrap.

Mark the item with a small label as to what it is: “Chocolate Chip Cookie”, “Brownie”, “Sugar Cookie”, etc.  PRICE ALL ITEMS IN $.50 increments as makes it easier to make change.

PLAY IT AGAIN - OLE!

VOLUNTEER TO HELP: Skjold will again have a “Play it again, Ole” booth at this event. The booth is basically a re-sale booth but will have both used and new items, main connected to Norway and Norwegian culture.Any amount of time will help. To volunteer at the resale booth contact Kathy(847- 991-2287 or ksecora@mc.net.)