7-Lag Stevne

"The Norway of Your Ancestors"

July 17-19, 2014

North Dakota State College of Science

Wahpeton, North Dakota 

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Entertainment 

  Thursday Night at the Movies   6:30 p.m. Thursday in the Sterns Cultural Center
Three short movies will be shown.  Tentative titles: "Letters from Home"  "When the Home Fires Died"  and "Building A Dream"
   
Opening Session    1:30 p.m. Friday in the Sterns Cultural Center
   
"achord"
was formed in 1999 to minister to Fergus Falls and surrounding communities through the wonderful medium of Southern gospel music and old standard hymns.  Since then there have been some changes in personnel and style, but through it all the quartet has brought God's message to the Lakes Country and beyond. 
Members in 2014 are:  Don Glesne, tenor; Dennis Johnson, lead; Nathan Johnson, baritone; Gordy Fjestad, bass; Sylvia Nygaard, accompanist
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Evening Session    7:00 p.m. Friday in the Sterns Cultural Center
    "Auntie Kreamsaugen" is a regular performer at Jasper's Theater in Park Rapids, Minnesota each summer. She's a streetwise, self-proclaimed marriage counselor giving sage advice.  Enjoy her homespun wisdom, witty musical renditions of songs we all know, and tall tales from the fabled "Snoose Hollow."
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Saturday Evening    7:00 p.m. Saturday in the Sterns Cultural Center 
Morten Harangen joins us from near Larvik, Vestfold, Norway to present 'A Unique Trip through Norway by Steamboat and Carriole"      
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On June 23rd 1890 a group of British tourists arrive in Bergen, Norway. During the next 4 weeks, the party travels all over the country and visits some of the finest destinations the poor nation has to offer.
An unknown photographer documented the entire trip. 10 years ago, Norwegian journalist Morten Harangen came across the unique collection of glass slides, left and forgotten in a damp attic.
In this exclusive talk, Harangen will present highlights from this photographic treasure. He will share his knowledge about the early tourism in Norway, and also show pictures from his own trip along the very same route as the British group followed more than 120 years ago.

A limited number of books (Norwegian language) that include these old photographs will be available for $35.  A limited supply of single copy prints of  photographs will also be available for $25.

 
   
   
   
   
   

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