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Welcome to Mindekirken's Norwegian Language and Culture Program. This summer we are offering samtalestunder - conversation based classes taught by three of our enthusiastic language instructors. All levels of language learner welcome! Click here for more information and to register.
Language classes meet for two hours a week for 10 weeks and cost $165. We have 3 terms during the year that start in September and end at the end of May: Fall, Winter and Spring. Genealogy seminars are four hours and cost $20 when you pre-register ($25 at the door). Cultural classes and other events vary. Filmaften is FREE, but is on break for the summer. Look for more information in August for the fall term.
North Shore Sightseeing Tour
Mindekirken’s Norwegian Language and Culture Program
and Trillium Tours, LLC are proud to present:
A North Shore Sightseeing Tour inspired by
Norwegian Author Vidar Sundstøl’s Minnesota Trilogy
October 17-19, 2014
Join us for a unique, three-day book tour to the North Shore inspired by Vidar Sundstøl's Minnesota Trilogy crime fiction series including Drømmenes land (Land of Dreams), De Døde (Only the Dead), and Ravnene. Enjoy good company, great food, bilingual readings and lively discussions in the beautiful scenery of the North Shore. The tour will visit the places and venues that inspired the author, as well as lesser-known places mentioned in the first two books.
- 2 nights in Hotel AmericInn in Tofte
- 2 Breakfasts
- 1 lunch
- 1 Dinner at Bluefin Bay Grill
- Tour Leader and Guide, Ingeborg Sorensen, Trillium Tours LLC
- Book discussion leader, Signe Ilstrup, MNLCP
- Motor Coach
Price per person with double room: $390* For single room add $130
The tour starts and ends at Mindekirken (The Norwegian Lutheran Memorial Church, Minneapolis).
Deadline for registration: September 12th, 2014
Read more about the tour and learn how to register at Trillium Tours LLC
Scandinavian noir meets Minnesota noir...Sundstøl weaves a rich sense of Northland history and heritage into his crime novel. His deep knowledge of--and love for--the Lake Superior region comes through on every page.
--Brian Freeman, author of The Cold Nowhere