If you enjoy learning and doing new things, Hostfest University should definitely be part of your plans! The only time of the year you will find Scandinavian folk art classes taught by instructors from several different states is in September during Norsk Høstfest! Pre-registration is strongly encouraged, as classes are limited in size.
Taking the city shuttle from your hotel to Høstfest? Find out where the bus stops!
The RV park is a hub of activity filled with campers and motorhomes from across North America, all converging on the North Dakota State Fairgrounds for the festival.
Høstfest University kicks off its fourth year of offering classes for adults in the Scandinavian folk arts. Five accomplished instructors, well recognized in their fields of expertise, will teach the classes, which are being held Wednesday through Saturday, Sept. 27-30, at Norsk Høstfest.
Want to support Høstfest and gain perks at the same time such as early ticket sales?
Three names will be added to the Scandinavian-American Hall of Fame later this month at the institution’s annual banquet held in conjunction with Norsk Høstfest. The SAHF is an enduring means of honoring those persons of Scandinavian descent in North America who have achieved greatness in their fields of endeavor and/or whose efforts have contributed significantly to the betterment of mankind. The 2016 honors banquet takes place Tuesday, Sept. 27, with Wayne Stenehjem serving as master of ceremonies. The festival itself runs from September 28 - Oct. 1.
Miss Norsk Høstfest title held by slew of impressive women
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