Dues from people like you help ensure that FFNCC is able to continue and expand programs, and remains strong in the future.
FFNCC's annual membership period is valid from January 1st through December 31st.
If you have not renewed your dues in the past few weeks, please click here to go "Join" tab where you can pay your membership via PayPal, and find information on how to pay by a check.
Please email our treasurer (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you have any questions about your membership.
Thank you to those of you who have already paid your 2021 dues!
Finlandia Foundation National (FFN) Virtual Events
Film: "Games People Play (Seurapeli)" -- Until Tuesday, April 20
The 2020 film comedy-drama, directed by Jenni Toivoniemi is about a group of old friends gathers on a seaside villa for a summer weekend, just like used to when they were teenagers. On demand throughout the virtual Cleveland International Film Festival. Click here for ticket and more details.
Nordic Virtual Cinema: "Aalto and Fred Jussi" -- Until Thursday, April 15
Scandinavia House presents the New Nordic Virtual Cinema double feature of Aalto, a documentary and love story of Finnish modern architecture/design masters Alvar and Aino Aalto. On demand; Click here for ticket and more details.
Links from Finland for Current News and Information
If you want to read or even listen to daily and recent news from Finland in English, you could connect to the Internet link maintained by the Finnish Broadcasting Company, Yleisradio Oy, or “Yle.” By clicking on “Listen,” you can get the daily 4-minute broadcasts in English. If you have some Finnish, by clicking on “Easy Finnish,” you get the news with uncomplicated vocabulary (or in “selkosuomi” in Finnish).
Embassy of Finland, Washington, DC provides extensive information about important things for Americans through the website Finland and United States of America. It includes such topics as current affairs, travel and services, and even a course in the Finnish language.
For Finns and dual citizens, a good source of information is Suomi Seura (Finland Society)
“The Finland Society is an expert on Finnish “expatriatism.” We have members almost in 60 countries. We offer counseling for those moving and living overseas or returning to Finland.
We publish the magazine Finland Bridge and provide information on current themes concerning expatriate Finns. The Finland Society’s task is to ensure that Finnish expatriates are taken into account in public debate and decision-making in Finland.
We distribute grants to Finnish expatriate communities and media.
Finland-Society has the Finnish Expatriate Parliament (FEP). Thanks to the FEP’s initiatives, we have reached goals such as dual citizenship and absentee voting for expatriate Finns. As a member of the Finland Society, you would receive many valuable benefits.”
Neighborhood dinner at Mikko
Kalevala Themed Dinner
Sunday, February 28th 2021
Seating at 3pm and 6pm, cost $40/person (+tax)
Location: 1636 R Street NW, Washington D.C. 20009
You can also order your Kalevala Day Dinner to go by emailing to
Wondering what is Kalevala?
Quick list of upcoming events
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