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SUNDAY
June 17, 2018


PANNUKAKKU BREAKFAST
served by Scandinavian Cafe of Vancouver WA
7-11:00 A.M., Exhibit Hall
Pannukakku (Finnish pancake), Ham, Nordic Sausage, Fresh Fruit, Scandinavian Cheese Selection, Fresh Pastry, Breads and Crisps, Water/OJ/Coffee. $9.00 per person.

BOOTHS OPEN
9 A.M.-4:00 P.M., Arena
Visit the midsummer vendors to find specialty Scandinavian items and handcrafted treasures.  Many booths offer Scandinavian food items for your dining and snacking pleasure.
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ENTERTAINMENT
10:30 A.M.-4:00 P.M., Arena
There will be live Scandinavian themed entertainment throughout most of the day.  Pick up a festival program at the the admission table or view one of the posted schedule to find your favorite band, singer, or dance troupe.  Featured entertainers from Norway, the Kleiveland-Toppe Duo will perform twice and there will be costumed dancers.
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EMPIRE OF CHIVALRY AND STEEL VIKING ENCAMPMENT
10-4:00 P.M., Outdoors
The Empire of Chivalry and Steel will hold an open house in their Viking encampment outdoors south of the Arena.  Costumed reenactors will demonstrate crafts, tournaments, armor making, and combat arts from the culture of the Middle Ages.

BARNEFEST
11-2:30 P.M., Arena
Young festival attendees can participate in children’s activities in the Barnefest area.  This area is staffed by volunteers from Tongue Point Job Corps Center, the Nordic Viking Dancers, and by parents.  Children under 12 need to be accompanied by an adult.   There are inexpensive games (fishing, wheel spin, plinko, golf and bean bag toss), face painting and a raffle. Sunday’s puppet show at 1 PM includes The Steadfast Tin Soldier and The Butterfly.

NON-DENOMINATIONAL CHURCH SERVICE
11:00 A.M., Dairy Barn Chapel
Join us for a non-denominational church service hosted by a local minister.

PARADE OF FOLK WEAR
12:45 P.M., Exhibit Hall
Are you curious about the lovely costumes worn by representatives of the Scandinavian countries?  Come and see and hear them explained in a fashion show with live models.

ÆBLESKIVER EATING CONTEST
2:45  P.M., Exhibit Hall
How many Æbleskiver (Danish donuts) can you eat in five minutes with your hands behind your back? The champion will win an Æbleskiver’s pan and recipe. Participants must be in good health and sign a waiver. 18 or older.

BARNEFEST RAFFLE
3:30 PM, Exhibit Hall
Who will win the great prizes donated by community members and businesses to support the children’s activity area?

FESTIVAL RAFFLE
3:45, Exhibit Hall
Who will win the raffle grand prize of $1,000 and the other beautiful prizes donated by the Scandinavian Festival Association and lodges and businesses?  Did you buy your tickets?  Join us on Sunday to learn who the winners are.  You need not be present to win.

FLAG CEREMONY AND FESTIVAL CLOSING
4:00 P.M., Exhibit Hall
The 2018 Scandinavian Midsummer Festival ends as the national songs of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden are sung one more time and the flags leave the hall.  Say good-bye to your friends and family and make plans to join us again in 2019 for our 52nd anniversary festival.

Friday!

Friday, the festival kicks off with vendors, food and live entertainment. Friday’s major evening events include Queen's Coronation, a Bonfire with Hex burning, and a public dance

Friday!

Learn more about all of the fun Friday events!

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Saturday!

Saturday continues with the Midnight Sun Breakfast, Troll Run/Walk, a parade, Midsummer Pole, Beer Garden, Viking Encampment, children’s games, public dance, & more.

Saturday!

Learn more about all of the fun Saturday events!

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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