The message below was from Dee Grimsrud of the Idun Lodge-Sons of Norway.
Sons of Norway-Idun Lodge will once again hold its popular Spring Frokost on Saturday, April 8th, 9 a.m. to noon, at the Norway Center, 2262 Winnebago St, Madison. Everyone is welcome to attend!
Included on the expansive buffet will be smoked salmon, ham, herring, boiled eggs, a variety of cheeses and breads, other home-baked delights (lefse, heart waffles), fruit soup, and beverages (coffee, juice, milk). Cost includes one return to the buffet for more of your favorites: $13.00 for adults, $6 for kids 6-12; free for ages 5 and under. Pay at the door; cash, check or credit card.
A separate Bake Sale will offer traditional coffee cakes, breads, yummy Norwegian cookies (such as rosettes, krumkake and sandbakkels), and potato lefse ($6 for 3 large rounds). Come early for the best selection. Most items freeze well to serve later, so here’s an opportunity to stock up!
For more information or to see what other events are coming up, go to our Website: www.sonsofnorwaymadison.com, Facebook: Idun Lodge, or call Mary at 277-8190.
Idun Lodge-Sons of Norway promotes and preserves the heritage and culture of Norway through its programs, special events, classes and scholarships. Meetings are held the first Wednesday of each month (except July and December), beginning with an optional potluck dinner at 6:30pm, followed by an interesting and informative program at 7:15. The public is always welcome at Idun Lodge! You do not have to be a member – or even have any Norwegian heritage – to attend.