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Afternoons at ASI: Julgransplundring - Plundering the Christmas Tree

Wednesday, January 9, 2019 - 1:00pm to 2:00pm

Afternoons at ASI

Held the second Wednesday of each month from 1-2 p.m. in Paulson Hall, ASI’s afternoon series invites artists, experts and other fascinating folk to share their knowledge and insight in fellowship with the community. A new topic is explored in every session. Please join us!

Wednesday, January 9: Julgransplundring (Plundering the Christmas Tree)

  • Join our Language & Cultural Programs Coordinator, Liz Stopka, in a conversation about the Swedish tradition of plundering the Christmas tree, called Julgransplundring.

  • On January 13 from 2 - 2:45 p.m., Plundering the Christmas Tree with Ross Sutter. Don't miss this related program when popular musician Ross Sutter, an ASI regular, says hej då (goodbye) to the ASI holiday season with a musical version of Julgransplundring, the plundering of the Christmas tree. This 45-minute program will include singing and dancing around the Christmas tree one last time, plus a craft.

Afternoons at ASI 2019 schedule:

Included in museum admission. No registration required.


Call 612-871-4907 for information.

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