Friday, Nov. 30.
Billy Joe Huels at Happy Hour.
He packed the house last time, so we’re happy to bring him back. Billy Joe is an amazing trumpet player,
guitarist and front man. If you like to dance, you’ll be up and grooving to his music! No cover charge, but tips welcome. 7:30 p.m.
Sunday, Dec. 2. Scandinavian Sweater Snag.
We want your clean, used Scandinavian sweaters! Maybe you have one
you just don’t wear because either it or you has gotten too big or too small?
Donate it to the Club for our sale—we need it by Saturday, Dec. 1.
Then return on Sunday and find one that fits!
Hours are 8 a.m. to 1 p.m., concurrent with our monthly
Swedish pancake breakfast. Proceeds benefit the Club.
Sunday, Dec. 2. Swedish Christmas Crafts.
Sign up to make any of the following: a 10-inch painted wooden Dala horse; woven hearts or baskets; a wreath; and mostly
for youngsters, Swedish wrapping paper. Each craft costs $5, except for the horse, which costs $10. Quantities are limited,
so signups are mandatory. Call the office to register: 206-283-1090. Starts at 1 p.m.
Fridays, Dec. 7 & 14. Julbord.
You betcha, it's a real julbord
with all the authentic food!
Check out the menus for
dinner Dec. 7
lunch Dec. 14
dinner Dec. 14
Survival tip: start with glögg,
move on to
the fish, continue with cold meat and warm dishes, and finish
with rice pudding and sweets.
Or use the form below.
Sunday, Dec. 9. Luciafest.
Enjoy our annual St. Lucia's Day observation.
This year, the youngsters of the community provide the entertainment, with
fiddle tunes from Lilla Spelmanslag and dancing from Barneleikkarringen.
3 p.m. to start, but stay afterward
for dancing around the tree. $5 for adults, $3 for children 12 and younger.
Friday, Dec. 21.
Let There Be Lutfisk.
Enjoy a traditional Scandinavian lutfisk
and meatball dinner during
Enjoy your lutfisk
both ways: Swedish style, with
white sauce and hand-ground mustard, or Norwegian style, with bacon
and peas. Includes a cup of glögg.
6:30 p.m. $30 ($35 after 12/18).
Thursdays, Jan. 10–Mar. 7. The Magic Lantern of Ingmar
Nine classics by the great Swedish director.
$78 for the series; $71 for Swedish Club
members. 7:30 p.m. at Seattle Art Museum.