Sons of Norway stages Community Lefse Bake
November 2, 2010
One year ago, a new Sons of Norway lodge became “official” in our community – the Storfjell (in English Large Mountain) Lodge of Grand County. The mission of Sons of Norway is to promote and to preserve the heritage and culture of Norway, to celebrate our relationship with other Nordic countries and to share these things in our local community.
Storfjell lodge hosted an annual lefse bake for the past three years as it was organizing. The event keeps growing as more Grand County residents enjoy the experience of cooking traditional Scandinavian lefse, krumkake and, this year, maybe even flatbread. Plus county residents get to eat the fruits of their labors and sample other Scandinavian delights.
So circle Nov. 7 on your calendar. Input the date on your smart phone. Put a note on your refrigerator. Ask your spouse to remind you. Whatever it takes. Because on Sunday, Nov. 7, the Storfjell Lodge of Grand County will hold its 4th Annual Community Lefse Bake. You won’t want to miss this opportunity to learn some ethnic cooking, enjoy tasty treats and participate in entertaining Scandinavian activities that the whole family will enjoy. This is a free community-wide event, so everyone is invited.
The event will be at the Church of the Eternal Hills fellowship room from 1-3 p.m. For more information call Alan Sommerfeld, 970-531-0811.
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