Friends of FFNCC Event: Finnish Books Sale by Kipinä Kerho (The Finn Spark)
Non-Fiction, Fiction, Cookbooks, Childrens’ books and more.
The Finn Spark “used Books” will be available for all Finnish speakers in the area
starting Sunday, October 4. A donation of $1 per book is suggested.
The books are located at Hanna Wagner’s residence in NW DC.
Please contact Hanna at firstname.lastname@example.org to book your private browsing time.
A donation of $1 per book is suggested.
Friends of FFNCC: Finnish Language School (FLSA)
Starting September 2020, Finnish Language School (FLSA) is conducting online classes during the COVID-19 pandemic utilizing Zoom. They offer 3 classes on Saturdays for 2 hours in each session.
For more information, click here to go FLSA website or email email@example.com.
FFNCC is planning for Next Activity Year July 2020 - June 2021.
We would like to hear Your views. What kinds of events, that relate to the mission of Finlandia Foundation, would you like to attend?
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Photo by Nina Lyytinen, Finland.
Finlandia Foundation National (FFN) Programs
You can enjoy cellist Jussi Makkonen's and pianist Nazig Azezian's newest music video filmed in North Karelia, Finland, and many other special music programs on FFN YouTube channel!
Support restaurants and other small businesses by
shopping online for gift certificates
ordering online for lunch & dinner for pick-up or delivery
Location: 1636 R Street NW, Washington D.C. 20009
T-shirts available for purchase at Chef Mikko Nordic Fine Foods cafe
About the Design:
This shirt celebrates the Norse Gods, popular in both Nordic culture and literature. Here we find Freya, the goddess of love, greeting you with a wry smile - featured in a traditional vibrant Nordic color palette taken from the flags of Denmark, Finland, Iceland, Norway and Sweden. Designer: Jeff Walter
(Information source: Chef Mikko Website)
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FFNCC at a Glance
Founded in 1959
Maintains Finnish & Finnish-American traditions
Promotes Finnish culture
Organizes cultural & social activities
Advances knowledge about Finland
Provides grants & scholarships to individuals and not-for-profit entities of the Washington DC metropolitan area for presentations, projects, and performances that promote Finnish and Finnish-American culture