Scandinavian Festival

Scandinavian Festival
Friday, May 24, 2024 at 11:00am
Various Venues In Ephraim, UT
435-283-4631

Schedule Of  Events

11:00 Am – 1:00 Pm Heritage Conference History Talks In Snow College Library
12:00 Pm – 6:00 Pm Quilt Show At The Ephraim Co-Op
12:00 Pm-6:00 Pm Viking Games, Axe ThrowingAndArchery At Viking Camp
12:00 Pm-8:00 Pm Scandinavian VillageAndCrafters
12:00 Pm – 3:00 Pm Dup Pioneer MuseumAndCabins Tours
12:00 Pm-6:00 Pm- Local Entertainers At Pioneer Park
12:00 Pm-8:00 Pm- Scandinavian GamesAndMaypole At Pioneer Park
12:00 Pm – 5:00 Pm Art Exhibitions At Granary Arts
12:00 Pm – 8:00 Pm Food And Craft Vendor Booths Are Open
12:00 Pm-7:00 Pm Nordic MythsAndLegends Chalk Art Festival At Pioneer Park
12:00 Pm-6:00 Pm Axe ThrowingAndViking Games At The Viking Village
1:00 Pm-6:30 Pm Entertainment On The Main Stage
1:00 Pm- Blacksmith Demo At The Viking Village
1:00 Pm- Madeline Lebaron And Friends (Traditional Scandinavian Music) On Main Stage
1:30 Pm Leather Craft At Viking Village
2:00 Pm Fiddle Express (Bluegrass And Fiddle) On Main Stage
2:00 Pm-Wool SpinningAndDyeing At The Viking Village
2:30 Pm -Lucet Class At The Viking Village
3:00 Pm- Stinky Fish Game At The Viking Village
3:00 Pm- Rachel Rivers (Singer Songwriter) On Main Stage
3:30 Pm-WeavingAndTextiles Demo At The Viking Village
4:00 Pm- Blacksmith Demo At The Viking Village
4:15 Pm- Bombshell Flowers (Indie Rock) On Main Stage
4:30 Pm- Stinky Fish Game At The Viking Village
5:15 Pm-The Fabled Folk (Folk And Bluegrass) On The Main Stage
5:00 Pm- Corn Hole Tournament At Pioneer Park
7:15 Pm -Free Valkyrie High Fitness At Snow College Tennis Courts
8:00 Pm- Chalk Art Awards At Pioneer Park
8:30 Pm -Movie In The Park: How To Train Your Dragon 3

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