Scandinavian Fest - A Smorgasbord of Fun
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A Touch of Glass...and Then Some
Handcrafted stained glass, woodcarvings, bronze pendants, flags, aromatherapy heat bags, books, soap & incense.
597 Camp Akiba Rd
Stroudsburg PA 18360 -
Phone: (570)269-4584
Amber Jewelry from the Baltic
Amber jewelry--come and see!
American Scandinavian Society of NY/Norwegian Immigration Association
Celebrating the cultural and intellectual ties of Scandinavia and Norwegian immigration.
American Swedish Historical Museum
Nestled in scenic FDR Park in South Philadelphia, the American Swedish Historical Museum was built in 1926 to celebrate Swedish heritage and culture in America. During your visit, you may step inside a 19th century stuga, enjoy an art deco lounge, or immerse yourself in contemporary Swedish design, all while learning about what Swedes and Scandinavians have done in America! In the meantime, stop by our booth at Scan Fest to learn more about our upcoming exhibitions and events at the museum.
1900 Pattison Ave
Philadelphia PA 19145 - USA
Phone: (484)535-0850
Amest Foods Inc
European candy and Scandinavian dark rye bread
7 Fillmore Drive
Stony Point NY 10980 -
Phone: (718)360-0886
ArkivDigital provides online access to Swedish historical records. As of August 2017, the online archive consists of over 70 million newly colored photographed images or about 140 million pages of historical records. 600,000 new images are added monthly. The online archive includes Swedish church books from the earliest times to the mid-20th century, estate inventories similar to probate records, military records, tax registers, passenger ship manifests for persons leaving from Sweden, court records and much more. ArkivDigital is the premier site for the both the Swedish genealogist and historical researcher.
2100 N Lincoln Park W Unit 5B-North
Chicago IL 60614 -
Phone: (773)404-8177
Arlington Lodge #62 Korv Booth
Old fashioned Scandinavian potatis korv and all the dressings.
47 Svea Rd
Hackettstown NJ 07840 -
Phone: (973)336-7503
Art 4 You
Head wreaths, paintings, decorations, toys.
75 Rocky Hill Rd.
Rehoboth MA 02769 -
Phone: (508)272-0842
Artisans of Bjornblod
Hand-crafted leather, carved tobacco pipes, Norse woodworking and chainmaille
233 Old Hopewell Rd.
Wappingers Falls NY 12590 -
Phone: (845)803-4665
Astrid's Artscapes
Paintings, slates, rosemaling.
44 Asbury Road
Hackettstown NJ 07840 -
Phone: (908)852-7343
Barbara Rennie Rosemaling
Norwegian painting on wooden plates, boxes, bowls, plaques, ornaments.
11 Main Street
Califon NJ 07830 -
Phone: (908)832-5284
Betty Baumgardt
Hardanger Embroidery
Toms River NJ - USA
Big Olaf Ice Cream
Delicious ice cream and freshly made waffle bowls!
NJ Vasa Home
RD 1 Wolfe Road
Hackettstown NJ 07840 - US
Phone: (973)985-8190
Blue Finn Studio
Hand crafted copper, bronze and mixed metal jewelry. Natural patina and enameled copper
8543 Ridgeway St
Philadelphia PA 19111 -
Phone: (215)704-5249
Brent Buswell - Accordionist
His "dancing fingers" are sure to impress and inspire listeners of all ages with music for all occasions.
Charlie's Pizza
Burgers, Pizza, Sausage, Cheese Steak, Shrimp & Chicken in Basket, Fish & Chips, Sweet potato fries
131 Georgi Circle
Milford PA 18337 -
Phone: (570)296-7361
Check It Design Workshop
Check out our Viking inspired hatchets, pendants, and more!
3 Roseville Road
Stanhope NJ 07874 -
Phone: (201)230-1146
Children's Skansen Club
Folk Dance by VASA Children's Club
Clarence the Clown
for Children
5560 Dogwood Rd
Bethlehem PA 18017 -
Phone: (610)509-4239
Draken Lodge #731
64 Ash St
Stanhope NJ 07874 -
Phone: (973)255-0213
Fair trade hanicrafts, organic
117 Fredon Springdale Rd
Newton NJ 07860 -
Phone: (386)235-4823
Eternal Designs
Baltic Amber Jewelry
2790 Bragg St
Apt. 302
Brooklyn NY 11235 - USA
Phone: (917)596-3087
ETX Jorgie Express LLC
Kielbasa, chicken tenders, fries, kabobs, Italian sauces, drinks
1024 E. Elizabeth Ave
Linden NJ 07036 -
Phone: (908)422-1806
Face Painting
Face painting for children of all ages! Available all day near Kids' Tent!
Fernando's Engraving
Custom engraved rings, stamped in RUNES, DRACONIC, ELVEN and English
Finely Crafted by Cara
Custom embroidered items with a Scandinavian theme: tea towels, clothes, leather purses
21 Fine Road
High Bridge NJ 08829 - USA
Phone: (908)392-3407
Flags International
International Flags, Clocks, Umbrellas, Lighters, Watches, T-Shirts, Infant bibs and rompers, Key Chains, Pins, Patches, Decals.
PO Box 713
Copiague NY 11726 - USA
Toll Free: (800)237-5038
For the Love of Norway
Hand sewn hats, doll dresses, bibs, gnomes,etc.
529 Blue Mountain Dr
Walnutport PA 18088 - USA
Phone: (610)760-1887
Futhark Runic alphabet
21 13 77th St. Apt. 2
East Elmhurst NY 11370 -
Phone: (917)601-2512
Geo Design
Embroidered and printed t-shirts, sweatshirts, polos, denim, hats, adult and children's sizes, cups, key tags, lapel pins
6 Tommy's Lane
South Salem NY 10590-2300 - USA
Phone: (914)533-2789
Gift Chalet, Inc.
Scandinavian gifts, clothing & imports.
769 Stafford St
Rochdale MA 01542 - USA
Phone: (508)755-3028
Gothoid Lodge 486, VOA
Hot roast beef sandwiches - Gothiod Lodge V.O.A.
14 Nordic Lane
Vasa Park
Hackettstown NJ 07840 - USA
Phone: (973)691-9243
Grand Lodge-VOA-Convention 2022
Vasa Order of America Grand Lodge
31 Vasa Drive
Hackettstown NJ 07840 -
Phone: (973)426-0776
Handpainted by Ruth Bie Brown
Scandia Folk Art-Velcommen Signs-Gnomes-Scandia Houses & more!
274 Clearbrook Court
Little Silver NJ 07739 - USA
Phone: (732)747-5932
Hanne Ladefoged-Dollase, Krista Sweer
Danish born contralto, Hanne Ladefoged-Dollase, has performed throughout North America promoting Scandinavian vocal culture. In the New York area she has enjoyed an ongoing relationship with Gotham Chamber Opera in such productions as Cavallis Eliogabalo, Catans La Hija di Rappacini and Beechers I Have No Stories to Tell You, as well as with a number of other opera companies. A company member of Light Opera of New Jersey, she has been in their productions of The Magic Flute (Third Lady), The Gondoliers (Duchess of Plaza-Toro), The True Story of Cinderella (Stepmother), Pattermania (several characters) and most recently in The Daughter of the Regiment (Marquise of Berkenfield). She has performed with numerous orchestras in the greater New York area as well as the Pacific Northwest and is the co-founder of Beowulf Consort, a chamber ensemble that tells stories through music. Hannes German Lieder CD Northern Passion can be purchased at or Krista Sweer is a pianist, teacher, and vocal coach originally from Hollidaysburg, PA. She received her BS in Music Education from Messiah College where she graduated with honors and was a recipient of the Daniel Vollmer Music Scholarship. While there, Krista studied piano with Ya-Ting Chang and earned the prestigious Presser Foundation Undergraduate Scholar Award. She then went on to earn her Masters degree in Collaborative Piano as a graduate assistant at Florida State University where she studied with Dr. Timothy Hoekman. While studying at the American Institute of Musical Studies in Graz, Austria she was awarded the Harold Heiberg Award for Excellence in Collaborative Piano. Krista has played in master classes for artists such as Barbara Bonney and Ricky Ian Gordon and has been a staff pianist at numerous festivals and competitions. Currently, Krista is the Assistant Choral Director at Roxbury High School and the Music Director/Organist at the First Presbyterian Church in Franklin.
72 Omaha Ave
Rockaway NJ 07866 -
Phone: (973)625-0318
Haus Von Halstern
Medieval combat - will have battle reenactments, encampment, and will be displaying Viking artifacts
Heart to Hearth Cookery
The Swedish knackebrod is reproduced in the traditional manner using a brazier for heat on a tile board. The demonstration includes the rolling, cutting (with traditional tools) and cooking of the crisp bread with a display of already complete knackebrod. In addition, the 18th century Swedish recipe book will be on display opened to the knackebrod recipe.
PO Box 1162
Morrisville PA 19067 -
Phone: (215)219-9542
Honeybrook Farms
100% pure raw honey and honey products from the Lower Hudson Valley in New York
10 Cornelia Brook Lane
Pine Bush NY 12566 - USA
Phone: [845-744-2677]
Horny Things
Drinking vessels and other items made from fur, horn, bone, antler and natural materials.
66 Franklin Lane
Quakertown PA 18951 - USA
Phone: (215)589-4789
Instinct Jewelry Designs
Handmade Viking and runic silver jewelry
154 Leigh St
Clinton NJ 08809 -
Phone: (732)546-0580
Iron Angel Leather
Handcrafted leather goods & jewelry including purses, clutches, wallets, wine accessories, journals and more
552 Terrace Drive
Highland Lakes NJ 07422 -
Phone: (201)410-0560
Janet Doyle
Jan Doyle is a master weaver who teaches at the university of Rhode Island and facilitated the master weaver program at the Carolina Fiber and Fiction Center. She is a member of the Nordic Weaving Network recently founded in Jyderup Denmark.
Wakefield RI - USA
K I Jewelry
Wear a piece of jewelry inspired by the Scandinavian way of life--simple and "lagom."
Koll's Productions
Koll's Productions carves on site as a demonstration on Viking Drinking horns, cups and Bone carving on hairsticks, pendants, salt cellars and other items.
203 East F Street
Brunswick MD 21716 -
Phone: (171)331-8360
Kubb game & tournament
About 10 years ago I was introduced to the old Viking game KUBB. Since then, I have been making KUBB sets and playing the game with friends and family in different settings . We have played on the beach, along a riverbed, on ice, on snow and on grass. The game was created by the Vikings on an Island Gotland in Sweden. They were killing time before they were hitting the sea. The game can be played by 2-12 people at one time - old or young, male or female. The Rules: Come to see!
Phone: (908)328-3769
Lars & Sven Foundation
The Lars and Sven Foundation has the following goals: Improve the quality of life, promote the arts, health, culture, and well being of the community. Create and operate programs that research, inform, and educate about the early Norse way of life, art, culture, beliefs, and history. Use historical skills and methods, as well as technology, as a medium to be taught. Research and provide activities and education that promote living a healthy lifestyle. To Host and or co-sponsor events and activities. Disseminate information via pamphlets, the Internet, or by holding classes open to the general public.
Lavinia Trimmer
Embroidery from the Hardanger fjord area of western Norway. A very precise counted embroidery worked on even weave fabric. Used to decorate household linens and clothes. Lavinia is a member of the Garden State Chapter of the Embroidery Guild of America.
Califon NJ - USA
Leif Ericson Viking Ship, Inc.
Viking history
Liisa's Crafts
Craft items.
23 Lochdale Dr
Oakdale CT 06370 -
Phone: (860)639-7194
Lodge Lyckan #507, District #6-VOA
Danish apple cake and coffee
181 Midfield Rd
Colonia NJ 07067 -
Phone: (732)319-4844
Marge Thorell
Marge Thorell is a Philadelphia-based writer who has published a number of articles and books on Sweden and Karin Bergöö Larsson. A first-generation Swede on her fathers side, she has spent a great deal of time in Sweden engaged in research for her Karin Larsson biography, as well as a book published by Arcadia Publishing, Swedes of the Delaware Valley. She holds a doctoral degree from the University of Pennsylvania in Rhetoric and Psychoanalysis and has taught writing at Philadelphia area universities as well as in Japan and Ireland.
Mercedes Rochelle, Author
Mercedes Rochelle writes historical fiction about Anglo-Saxon and Viking worlds.
P. O. Box 158
Sergeantsville NJ 08557 - USA
Phone: (908)892-9467
Metals and Pieces
Historically inspired chainmaille jewelry to unlock your inner warrior.
243 Big Island Rd
Florida NY 10921 -
Phone: (845)416-1785
Michele's Bistro LLC
Fish tacos, garlic shrimp, rissoto balls, pierogies with kielbasa, gyros, BBQ pork, nachos, chicken tenders,fresh french fries
11 New Street
Budd Lake NJ 07828 -
Phone: (862)324-6740
Michele's Nordic Bistro
Swedish meatballs house made over egg noodles, smoked salmon on buttered pumpernickel with cucumber and dill sauce.
11 New Street
Budd Lake NJ 07828 -
Phone: (862)324-6740
Mock Turtle Marionette Theatre
Two shows for Children, and a puppet making class to Hans Christian Anderson's "Nightengale" (adults and children)
Mt. Lebanon Soap Company LLC
Handmade bar soap with select Scandinavian scents
36 Mt. Lebanon Road
Port Murray NJ 07865 -
Phone: (908)295-5512
Music and Movement
Finnish organic pine bark drink and tablets, the strongest antioxidant product from under midsummer night.
173 Dogwood Terrace
Albrightsville PA 18210 -
Phone: (347)845-1444
My Pieces of Eight
Makers of fine handcrafted carved wooden journals and keepsake boxes.
3 Merion Way
Mantua NJ 08051 -
Phone: (856)952-0611
Nor-Bu Lodge Sons of Norway
Norwegian polse dogs with lefse and solo soda
PO Box 318
Hibernia NJ 07842 -
Phone: (973)479-5526
Nordic Dreams
Scandinavian Souvenirs, Christmas decorations, garments, amber jewelry, wooden crafts
1484 Greenbriar Cir
Baltimore MD 21208 - USA
Phone: (410)444-6400
Nordstjernan Swedish News
Newspaper from Sweden
Northern Ekspresjons
Scandinavian foods: cheeses, candy, herrings and the like.
PO Box 70
Hibernia NJ 07842-0070 - USA
Phone: (973)983-9479
Northern Lights Gifts
Nordic gifts, clothing, ornaments, t-shirts, Viking jewelry, Scandinavian signs with Viking designs, housewares, God Jul items
312 Manor Rd
Harleysville PA 19438 - USA
Phone: (610)608-2098
Norwegian Faering boat
Boat exhibit
8 Partridge Run
Washington NJ 07882 -
Phone: (908)887-4085
Out of the Woods USA
Fine, decorative & functional wood art
PO Box 514
Flemington NJ 08822 - USA
Phone: (908)797-9128
Patriot Glasswerks LLC
Stained glass and fused glass items for décor and home use.
43 Beacon Hill Rd
Califon NJ 07830 -
Phone: (609)240-5622
Perfect Duo
Wire woven and Viking knit jewelry.
527 Rosecliff Ct.
Somerset NJ 08873 -
Phone: (732)560-0013
Pillerkaar Estonian Folk Dancers have been gathering in Washington, DC for nearly half a century! Founded by Anu Oinas in 1971, Pillerkaar has been delighting crowds and carrying the mantle of the Estonian folk dance tradition throughout the mid-Atlantic region and even abroad. The name "Pillerkaar" means "a really great party," after all! Their repertoire ranges from pastoral village waltzes to riveting polkas, from the traditional and timeless to the modern and dynamic. Estonia may be a small nation of just 1.3 million people, but its vibrant spirit is expressed most notably through song and dance, and Pillerkaar is proud to share that spirit with America!
Pocono Mountains Forge
Blacksmith Bill Kucharski has been forging since 2013 and his accomplice Jenny Kucharski since 2014. This will be their fifth year demonstrating at Scandinavian Fest and showing off many of their Viking inspired creations!
262 Castle Drive
East Stroudsburg PA 18302 -
Phone: (973)756-5463
Reindeer Magic and Miracles - 11 am - 1 pm
Mark Sopko, otherwise known as "Mr. Mark " is the owner of "Reindeer Magic and Miracles LLC", located in Central New Jersey. Mark has been working with animals for over 22 years. From zookeeper, to wildlife rehabilitator, to working in the field of veterinary medicine, it's easy to see why, when Santa needed someone to help him with his reindeer, he called on Mr. Mark! " Reindeer are awesome animals! There truly is something magical about them and when you see them for yourself, I'm sure you'll agree!"-Mr. Mark
PO Box 23
Flagtown NJ 08821 -
Phone: (908)698-7260
Roger Latzgo
Hans Christian Andersen StorySongs Composer/performer Roger Latzgo will bring his musical settings of stories by Hans Christian Andersen Latzgo, who first learned music at his accordion-playing grandfathers knee, continued his formal studies at Rutgers College and the Mason Gross School of the Arts. For Scanfest 2019, Roger presents Hans Christian Andersen StorySongs. Songs include his musical settings of The Ugly Duckling, The Steadfast Tin Soldier, The Little Match Girl and others. Among the newer StorySongs is Latzgos musical version of a lesser-known Hans Christian Andersen story sometimes translated as The Millennium. In it, Andersen imagines what travel in Europe will be like one thousand years from his own time. The master storyteller spins it with uncanny accuracy. Latzgo makes it contemporary with a tempo di rap setting. Roger is on a musical mission: to enhance understanding and deep appreciation of Hans Christian Andersen through the power of music. We know that Scanfest audiences will love joining him on this journey.
8626 Reservoir Rd.
Germansville PA 18053 -
Phone: (610)767-7120
Rosemaling by Christina
Norwegian & Swedish painting on woodenware, ornaments, horses.
1008 N. Potomac St.
Arlington VA 22205-1630 - USA
Phone: (703)536-6726
Rygir: Torbjorn Grindheim & Stig Helgeland
Direct from Norway: Rygir derives their name from the historic natives of Rogaland, Norway. Playing traditional Norwegian tunes at festive events, their music also feels mysterious because of its multifaceted sound where the feeling of joy and despair can be present in the same tune. A twelve-string guitar, traditional hardanger fiddle and ordinary fiddle make a full and tight sound.
Scandinavia in the Crosshairs
Author Jorgen Flood will talk about his book, "World War II Moves North 1938-1940: Scandinavia in the Crosshairs." These short stories are from Scandinavia's exciting and colorful past, Book 3. Jorgen Flood has been writing magazine articles and short stories for many years; his first historical fiction book was published in 2008.
719 Bradford Terrace
West Chester PA 19382 - USA
Phone: (484)266-0073
Scandinavian costumes: Inger Hanright
Inger Hanright was born and grew up in Sweden. As a child she was exposed to folk costumes from several different parts of the country. After moving to the US as an adult, she developed an interest in Scandinavian folk costume and began investigating what a costume from her part of Sweden would look like. In doing so, she formed a friendship with one of the leading experts on costume in Sweden today, Ph.d. Ulla Centergran, who guided her first attempts at creating a costume for herself and subsequently introduced her to a thriving community of people who study the subject. Having attended many seminars and work shops, Inger has created many different costumes both for herself and others. One of the most important tasks is dispelling all the misconceptions and myths about Scandinavian costumes and where they come from. Discovering what they truly are and how they have developed over the years.
Scandinavian Genealogy: William B. Fagerstrom
Bill Fagerstrom: Is an amateur genealogist He has been doing genealogy for over 25 years Is the current Secretary & the past President of the Swedish Genealogy Club of the American Swedish Historical Museum in Philadelphia, PA He has written handout "Beginning Scandinavian Genealogy" which all in attendance will receive He has written several other guides, a descriptive family history on his mothers branch and a short Fagerstrom family history He belongs to eight genealogy & history Organizations
Scandinavian Resources
Table cloths, runners, placemats, Swedish imported wooden and copper items, books.
430 Crossman St
Jamestown NY 14701 - USA
Phone: (716)665-0883
Scandinavian Women's Chorus of Rhode Island
In 1984, several Rhode Island members of the Eastern Division Womens Chorus of the American Union of Swedish Singers (AUSS) decided to form their own chorus in RI. Under the sponsorship of the Verdandi Male Chorus, which had been in existence since 1892, they met and invited interested singers to join them and search for a director. In 1986 they were voted into membership in the American Union of Swedish Singers. They were formed mainly to perpetuate Swedish culture, language and music. The chorus performs several times a year in concerts and sings at the AUSS- sponsored conventions and singing festivals every two years, on an alternating basis. Singing Scandinavian and English music for womens' choruses, they are a self-supporting organization, with funds coming primarily through performances and fundraisers. Every year the chorus sponsors the Kristina Greiner Memorial Scholarship, awarded to a young lady interested in Swedish music and culture.
Emmanuel Lutheran Church
9 London Ave.
West Warwick RI 02893 -
Phone: (401)943-0547
Silver City Mugs FD
Stainless steel mugs with complimentary refills of old fashioned soda pop
12 Sheffield Avenue
Monroe Township NJ 08831 - United States
Phone: (908)451-2532
New York's Smorgasbandet is happy to be back at ScanFest! Not just a dance band, Smorgasbandet has been all over the USA and Scandinavia, including the Hostfest in ND, the UN and Scandinavia House in New York City, the Vasa Order & Sons of Norway everywhere, playing music from contemporary to cajun, gammaldans to rock 'n roll, country music to ABBA, Jimmy Buffett & latin music too! Get ready to kick it up a notch with this energetic Pan-Scan Band -- Jeanne, Wayne & Chad are an entire smörgåsbord of music!
Sons of Norway
The largest Norwegian-American organization in the world.
1015 Edgerton Rd
Secane PA 19018 -
Phone: (610)626-2260
Sons of Vikings
Viking related merchandise: jewelry, t-shirts, drinking horns, home décor items and more.
1669 Spence Gate Circle #301
Virginia Beach VA 23456 -
Phone: (757)239-0145
Sparta NJ Renaissance Festival
The Sparta NJ Renaissance Festival is returning this year! It will be held on September 7, 8 and 14, 15 for 2019. The festival takes place at Camp Sacajawea, in Sparta NJ on White Lake Road.
Spirit of Scandinavia
Spirit of Scandinavia is a group of local Scandinavian musicians who present a variety of Scandinavian tunes for your listening and dancing pleasure with drums, accordion and saxophone.
Stained Glass Artist
Stained glass with pressed flowers. Bevels, boxes, pendants and more.
310 Rte 82
Hopewell Junction NY 12533 - USA
Phone: (845)896-8543
Suomi Imports LLC
Fazer and Marabou candy, Paulig and Lofbergs coffee, Felix jams, Finnish and Swedish knives and axes.
1113 Pennsylvania Ave.
Prospect Park PA 19076 -
Phone: (484)540-7834 Fax #: (888)539-3016
Susan's Swedish Coffeebread
Susan's Swedish Coffeebread
97 Locust Drive
Rocky Point NY 11778 -
Phone: (631)398-2080
Wood carvings, blacksmithing, wood crafts, t-shirts, etc.
107 Marne Road
Hopatcong NJ 07843 -
Phone: (201)898-3470
SWEA New Jersey Chapter
SWEA, Swedish Women's Educational Association Inc., is a global non-profit organization for Swedish speaking women who live or have lived abroad. SWEA's objective is to protect the Swedish language, support and inform about our culture and traditions. SWEA supports education through scholarships and various projects with a Swedish connection. SWEA New Jersey Chapter has about 90 members.
47 Hillside Rd
Chester NJ 07930 - USA
Phone: (908)879-6761
Swede Shop
At the Swede Shop you'll find authentic Swedish items, including t-shirts, hoodies & home goods.
48 Goldfinch Lane
Hewitt NJ 07421 -
Phone: (201)805-3245
Swedish Mermaid 21
Scandinavian Antiques, Swedish clogs, Norwegian sweaters, vintage Dala horses, books in Swedish, out of print books about Scandinavian subjects (including cookbooks), free coloring for kids!
PO Box 14
Douglas MA 01516 -
Phone: (508)341-3245
Swedish Pea Soup/Ärtsoppa
Ärtsoppa - (Swedish pea soup) and Limpa chips. Traditional in Sweden since before the Vikings, ärtsoppa was made from fast-growing peas that accommodated the short growing season. Ärtsoppa was especially popular among the many poor who cooked all their food in their one and only pot, meat and vegetables together, over an open wood fire. By Frithiof Lodge No 63, Vasa Order of America
Terrie Meloskie
116 W. Shore Road
Denville NJ - USA
Sweet Concessions LLC
Funnel cake, kettle corn, italian ice, pina colada, fried oreos, chipstick, rootbeer float, cotton candy, lemonade, empanades
45 First
Milltown NJ 08850 -
Phone: (732)407-7053
Telge Glima
Swedish Wrestlers: About thirty years ago the group Telge Glima was founded in Södertälje, 30 minutes south of Stockholm, Sweden. The founders came together with a mutual interest in history and an interest to practice and show old sports and games. In the year 2015 they celebrated their 25th anniversary.
Terra Omphalos
Handcrafted jewelry, ornaments & boxes. Wood-burned & stone carving. Runes & Norse designs.
3110 Devonshire Road
Allentown PA 18103 -
Phone: (610)797-2311
The Griffen's Claw
Norse jewelry, handmade journals, replica swords, daggers, axes
1607 Spruce Hills Drive
Glen Gardner NJ 08826 -
Phone: (732)841-5268
The Little Waffle
Authentic Norwegian waffles and boller. Toppings of strawberries, jam, Gjetost and more.
61 Seminole Terrace
Mt. Bethel PA 18343 -
Phone: (570)460-6519
The Norwegian Immigration Society, Inc./American Scandinavian Society
The mission of the NIA, Inc. is to document and preserve the rich history of the contributions made by the Norwegian Immigrant Community living in the greater New York area and to make this information readily available to researchers and interested persons in all fields through technology, media, exhibits and educational/cultural events. The Norwegian Immigration Association, Inc. (NIA) was established in 1995 as a grass roots effort to celebrate the lives of the Norwegian immigrants who settled in the New York region. By that time, a scant number of Norwegians and their descendants remained in the area. The NIA reached out to all Norwegian-American residents and former residents of New York for funding, artifacts, documents, pictures, etc. to create an exhibit, honoring our heritage. April 26, 2000, the exhibit Norwegians in New York 1825 to 2000: Builders of City, Community and Culture opened at the Ellis Island Museum in New York. Ellis Island curators reported that 2 million visitors passed through the exhibit in six months. Eleven hundred guests attended the opening gala. King Harald and Queen Sonja opened the ceremony and cut the ribbon. The exhibit then traveled to the Norwegian Emigrant Museum in Hamar, Norway. Today, the exhibit can be visited at its permanent home in Heritage Hall in Brooklyn. Since 2000, the NIA has digitized most of the matter on display, is working with the National Library of Norway to digitize and publish Nordisk Tidende online.
The Not Club of NYC
The Not Club of NYC group of four play Gypsy Jazz and bring a modern sensibility that elevates old and new jazz standards into something special: Django Reinhardt compositions, waltzes and more, but with a unique twist. Avante garde., rock, modern jazz, country, classical, with even flamenco & punk influences, they add exciting interplay while paying homage to the masters. Award-winning performers, including Mario Forte on Violin, Thor Jensen on Guitar, Josh Kaye on Guitar, and James Robbins on Bass.
9707 4th Ave
Brooklyn NY 11209 -
Phone: (516)448-9669
The Sloshbucklers
The Sloshbucklers are back with a return invasion...I mean engagement at the ScandinavianFest! We're a Viking themed demonstration group featuring axe and knife throwing. Wander through the encampment; stop by the range and see what the Sloshbucklers are all about!
3367 Hallsport Road
Wellsville NY 14895 -
Phone: (716)524-0468
Three Crowns Lodge #704
Swedish Meatballs in gravy, lingonberry, multigrain hard bread
300 Parsippany Road #21D
Parsippany NJ 07054 - USA
Phone: (973)599-0375
Twin Lockets by Origami Owl and Wagging Tails Delights
Twin Lockets by Origami Owl - design your own lockets. Wagging Tails Delights - homemade dog & cat treats.
L-60 Stedwick Village
Budd Lake NJ 07828 -
Phone: (973)476-3224
Tønder lace from Denmark, Pat Morris
Pat Morris is a bobbin lacemaker who has been making bobbin lace for 40 years and teaching it for at least 20 years. Taught by her Danish teacher, Gunvor Jorgenson introduced her to Tønder lace, a Danish lace from Tønder. Captivated by this exquisite lace, Pat has been to Denmark six times for the Tønder Lace Festival which is held every three years. Pat has taken bobbin lace lessons throughout Europe and the United States.
10 Master Street
Franklin NJ 07416 -
Phone: (973)534-0024
Uniquely Swedish Gifts
Unique linens and gifts from Scandinavian.
230 Front Street
Lititz PA 17543 -
Phone: (814)688-8177
VASA ORDER OF AMERICA New Jersey District 6
New Jersey District Lodge No. Six invites you to consider membership in one of our local lodges. NJ Vasa Park, the site of Scanfest, is owned and operated by members of lodges of NJ District Six. Browse our National site, for more information about the organization. View copies of our National, or NJ District, Newsletters to see what we are about. Stop by our information table while you are at the Fest. Enjoy!
945 Central Ave
Plainfield NJ 07060 - USA
Phone: (908)472-0861
Viking Art by Olaf Sigurdsson
Original paintings, print and t-shirts
1925 Ravnikar Rd
Forest City PA 18421 - USA
Phone: (570)785-4167
Viking Bakery
Famous for our limpa and julekaka breads and our specialty: Fyrstakaka. Cardamom braids and rings, kringers, Danish sticks.
34 First Ave
Denville NJ 07801 -
Phone: (973)627-7333
Viking Lodge 735
Viking Lodge Swedish Pancakes
326 Spruce Street
West Reading PA 19611 -
Phone: (610)301-1114
Viking Lodge No. 735
Viking lodge potato spuds
801 Mtn. View Rd.
Reading PA 19607 - USA
Phone: (610)777-3035
Viking Shoppe
Best Viking hat you can ever buy! Come visit us!
182A Orinoco Dr.
Brightwaters NY 11718 -
Phone: (631)968-1351
Viking Village
Handmade crafts and gifts.
2717 Route 6
Slate Hill NY 10973 -
Phone: (917)532-9677
Vinland Longships
Vinland Longships is a Viking reenactment group that owns a 22 foot Viking Faering (four oared) boat. The Skogar Þrostur (SKO-gar THROW-stur) which means "Blackbird" in Old Norse, is based on the faering boat buried with the Gokstad ship in Norway in the 9th century. The reenactors who founded Vinland Longships have organized educational demonstrations on Viking ships and Viking life, crafts and culture for the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, the Norwegian Embassy and the American Swedish Museum, among many others. They taught docents at the American Museum of Natural History in New York and have travelled to L'Anse aux Meadows, Canada, St. Petersberg, Russia and up and down the east coast educating people about Viking ship construction, navigation and history. The Adventures of the Skogar Þrostur are documented at
1166 Slater Rd
New Britian CT 06053 - USA
Phone: (860)223-6843
Westminster Conservatory of Music
Performers include pianist Michael Jacobsen, violinist Urska Haule Fegus, and soprano Danielle Sinclair, featuring instrumental and vocal music by Scandinavian composers, and Americans of Scandinavian descent. Hear the music of Svendsen, Stenhammar, Victor Borge, and Leroy Anderson along with some familiar favorites.
10 Dey Road
Plainsboro NJ 08536 -
Phone: (609)897-7906
Wheat weaving and straw art
Linda Beiler has been working with wheat straw for over 20 years. She is a juried member of the Pennsylvania Guild of Craftsmen, Reading/Berks Guild of Craftsmen, Lancaster Designer Craftsmen, and is on the roster of Artists in Education with the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts and Young Audiences of New Jersey and Eastern Pennsylvania. In 2009, her book, Wheat Weaving & Straw Art was published as a book in the Heritage Crafts Series by Stackpole Publishing. Linda is a member of the National Association of Wheat Weavers, an international organization dedicated to preserving and promoting all types of straw art.
2140 Beaver Dam Road
Honey Brook PA 19344 -
Phone: (610)273-2784
156-10 Oak Ave
Flushing NY 11355 - USA
Phone: (718)460-5734