Explore the world without leaving New York! The New York International Children’s Film Festival takes place March 2-17 throughout New York City in 2024, with 10 screenings at Scandinavia House.
On October 14, join us for Tillie the Terrible Swede, a show for the whole family featuring marionette puppets, live performers and most importantly — a bicycle!
Join us at Scandinavia House for a family-friendly art workshop on Nordic pattern design! In this activity for children ages 5-12 and their families, participants will learn about Swedish and Finnish patterns by Marimekko, Hilma af Klint, and more. Kids
Join us at Scandinavia House for a family-friendly art workshop on fantastical buildings! In this activity for children ages 5-12 and their families, participants will learn about wonderful Scandinavian architecture such as Icelandic turf houses, the Finnish Pavilion at NY’s
This October, see a dancing puppet show about our love for canine companionship from Dockteatern Tittut! Playful paws, kisses from a wet nose, soft cuddy fur…having a friend who wags their tail every time they see you…Want a Dog! is about how much
Join us for a live storytelling and musical podcast performance this October with World Music Institute! Acclaimed folk storyteller Bill Gordh joins Finnish folk music group Kardemimmit for a series of Finnish folk stories, and modern folk music, including a
Celebrate the longest day of the year Scandinavian-style! In our annual celebration for families, we’ll fashion flower wreathes, learn traditional Midsummer songs, and decorate the maypole. The program will take place in Volvo Hall featuring the music of Finnish singer/songwriter
It’s time to celebrate Easter with Scandinavia House! On Saturday, April 9 at 11 AM, join Finish singer-songwriter Ida Metsberg and the Children Center for an Easter-themed concert and art activity exploring unique traditions and children’s crafts from the Nordic
On March 1 at 11 AM, celebrate Laskiainen with Scandinavia House Online in a virtual event with Ida Metsberg! Laskiainen (Shrovetide) is often described as a “mid-winter sliding festival”. Associated with Shrove Tuesday, it is a celebration of the beginning