Midsommar Info

The 2014 Midsommar Celebration will be June 20-23.

Friday, June 20
9.ooam – Flower Gathering – meet at New Sweden Museum – bring clippers
11.00am – help set up Museum grounds
Noon – 4.oopm – New Sweden Museum open
1.00pm – Finding Your Swedish Roots, with Lynn Johnson – New Sweden Museum

Saturday, June 21
7.00-9.00am – Midsommar Frukost (breakfast) – Thomas Park
9.00am-4.00pm – New Sweden Museum open
9.00am – Arts Displays and Sales – behind Capitol School
9.00am – Finding Your Swedish Roots, with Lynn Johnson – New Sweden Museum
10.00am-4.00pm – Larsson/Ostlund House Tours, Noak Blacksmith Shop Open
10.00am – All on Museum grounds: Kubb for beginners, Dala Horse painting, Hair Wreaths, homemade ice cream, Swedish foods/coffee
11.00am – Hot Dogs/Drinks available
11.00am – Midsommar Pole decorating, Little Folk Dancers, Music
2.00-4.00pm – First Baptist Church, New Sweden – Open House
4.00-6.00pm – Swedish Supper – Gustaf Adolph Lutheran Church – advance ticket purchase recommended ($15 adults/$5 children under 10) – call Bonnie at 207-896-5811 or Marlene at 207-896-5841
4.00-6.00pm – Smoked Turkey Supper – New Sweden School – $10 adults, $5 children
7.00pm – Swedish Dance – New Sweden School

Sunday, June 22
10.00am – Colony Church Service – Thomas Park (rain location is GA Lutheran Church)
11.15am – Lunch in Thomas Park – $8 adults, $5 children
12.45pm – carrying Midsommar Pole to Thomas Park
1.00pm – Sunday Program – music and dance – Thomas Park (rain location is New Sweden School)
2.00-4.00pm – New Sweden Museum, Noak Blacksmith Shop, Capitol School all open