Scandinavian Midsummer Celebration
June 27, 2015Brantwood
Activities commemorating traditional Scandinavian summer celebrations of the longer summer days. Afternoon activities include exhibits, maypole, bread sale, food, silent auction, music and bonfire. In Sweden, branches with leaves are made into roping and twined around the maypole and then it is raised for dancing around. Serving of traditional Scandinavian foods begins at 6 p.m. and includes Swedish meatballs, new potatoes, veggies, herring, and cheese and fruit for dessert. Seven historic buildings which are part of the museum house displays that depict the history and culture of this area including school, logging, agriculture, and Co-op displays; plus a gift shop.
Event Date Detail
Jun 27, 2015
2-6pm; serving of traditional Scandinavian dinner begins at 3pm
- Wisconsin History
- Food & Drink