Vasa Order of America
A Swedish American Fraternal Organization


Vasa Junior Folk Dancers

The VJF dancers learn a variety of Swedish folk dances, songs & cultural customs. The folk dancers are sponsored by the four Vasa Lodges in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. Parents (and dancers 14 years and older) are encouraged, but not required, to join one of the Twin Cities Vasa Lodges, including: 137-RUNEBERG, 138-STENBOCK, 433-KRONAN, and 488-JOHN MORTON. Parents and dancers are welcome to visit lodge meetings.

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Solvang CA Velkommen"        in Danish. 
No passport needed to visit the little Danish replica village.) 
Scandinavian Fest- A "SmorgÄsbord of fun", featuring entertainers, artisans, and vendors of imported goods and ethnic foods from the Nordic countries. An Annual Event each Labor Day Sunday. Follow link for more...
Scandinavian Folk Festival - Celebrating our Heritage: Sharing Our Music, Dance, Crafts, Food & Art - Also: Workshops in Chip Carving, Hardanger Embroidery, Genealogy, Hambo & Schottis dancing, History Lectures, Costume Fashion Show, and all the Swedish Meatballs and Pickled Herring You Can Eat !!!! 
Toll-Free Info Line 888-432-4368 - Jamestown NY

Delaware Valley

The Swedish Colonial Society, founded in 1909, is the oldest Swedish historical organization in the United States. - Its purpose is to:
  • Collect, preserve and publish materials relating to the history of
    the Swedes and Finns in America; 
  • Maintain parks, monuments and memorials of historic sites; and
  • Commemorate historic events and accomplishments. 
The American Swedish Historical Museum, located in FDR Park in South Philadelphia near the Sports Complex at 1900 Pattison Avenue, is dedicated to preserving and promoting the contributions of Swedes and Swedish-Americans in the United States.