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Mailing Address:

PO Box 34
Astoria, OR 97103
Phone: Loran - 503-325-6136


2 days ago

Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Astoria Oregon

The home town group, NORDIC VIKING DANCERS

Astoria’s own dance group includes dancers from second grade to adults. The NORDIC DANCERS are the youngest group and several members are performing at their first midsummer festival. Experienced teen-age dancers make up the VIKING DANCERS but several fathers also participate . This group is always open to new members! Parents of dancers and former dancers and adults interested in Scandinavian folk dancing form the SCANDIA DANCERS. The Nordic Viking Dancers are led by Kevin Ladd and Bev Hoofnagle.

Performances
7 PM, Friday, June 15 at Queen’s Coronation
10 AM, Saturday, June 16 - arena
1 PM, Saturday, June 16 - exhibit hall
4 PM, Saturday, June 16 - exhibit hall
12 noon, Sunday, June 17 - arena
2:45 PM, Sunday, June 17 - arena
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3 days ago

Scandinavian Midsummer Festival, Astoria Oregon

Something old, something new to us!
“LETTERS TO THE OLD COUNTRY”
A History of the Finnish Brotherhood UFKB&S Astoria Lodge #2
Written, produced and performed by Arnie Hummasti
1 -2:15 PM, Dairy Barn, BOTH SATURDAY & SUNDAY
This video presentation sponsored by Finnish Brotherhood includes music, vintage photos of the old country and early Astoria with fictional characters and real events. The script is based on letters to Finland from Astoria in the early 20th century. The presentation was origianlly presented in November 1981 on occasion of the the 95th anniversary of the Astoria Lodge. Come prepared to shed a tear or two.
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Returning for the 2018 festival:
FOLK VOICE OF SEATTLE

From an energetic rollicking Finnish Humppa to an elegant Swedish Hambo, the Folk Voice band performs them all. Home is Seattle but Folk Voice can easily find its way to Astoria for the Midsummer Festival. Birgit Ages is on accordion and Philip Ages plays mandolin and recorder providing authentic Scandinavian and International folk tunes for listening and dancing.

Performances
7:30-9:30 AM, Saturday, June 16 - dining area in exhibit hall
12 noon, Saturday, June 16 - Midsummer Pole
7:30-9:30 AM, Sunday, June 17 - dining area in exhibit hall
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Have you seen our billboard yet? It's on the south side of Highway 30 between between Clatskanie and Rainer near an intersection called Alston corner. There's one in Seaside too! With so many reminders, how could you ever forget that the festival is coming up soon? June 15-17 at the Clatsop County Fairgrounds. ... See MoreSee Less

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3-day Button - Adult $8
3-day Button - Children (6-12 yrs.) $3
(5 and under free)


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Clatsop County Fairgrounds
92937 Walluski Loop
Astoria, OR 97103

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Clatsop County Fairgrounds
$2 per day or
$5 weekend pass


No Pets Allowed
Only verifiable registered service animals will be permitted