Tuesday, October 1st McNally Robinson Booksellers Grant Park in the Atrium The acclaimed Icelandic author will be discussing and signing History. A Mess (Open Letter Books), translated from the Icelandic by Lytton Smith. Co-presented by the Consulate General of Iceland in Winnipeg, the Icelandic Canadian Fron and Logberg-Heimskringla. While studying a seventeenth-century diary, the protagonist of … Continue reading Sigrun Palsdottir at McNally Robinson Tuesday, October 1, 2019 7:00 p.m.
Only 4 days to go before the 100th Anniversary convention begins in Winnipeg. Members of the Icelandic Canadian Fron are busy getting everything ready for Thursday, May 16th, when participants of the convention will begin to arrive. Today we had a work bee to fill up the convention participant bags and deal with other last … Continue reading Gearing up for the 100th Anniversary Convention
As the Icelandic National League of North America's 100th anniversary convention date approaches everyone is getting involved in the many jobs that need to be done. Pictured above are members of our youth group preparing favours for the Gala dinner. The youth group is led by Erika Thorsteinson and Karen Botting. They meet through the … Continue reading Building The Future
We have a great line up of people coming to speak on a variety of topics at the 100th INLNA convention May 16-19. You can see a list of people and organizations on our convention program highlights page here. On Saturday at lunch we will have a group of special guests. They are quite mischievous and … Continue reading Who’s Coming to the Convention
Monday, March 18th, 2019 ICF hosts a film night at Cinematheque, 304-100 Arthur Street. 7:00 p.m. We look forward to showing the INLNA's Icelandic Film Series 2018-19 offering, A Force In Nature. It is a bio about Icelandic born sculptor, Johann Eyfells, who lived and worked in Florida for over 30 years. Now 94 years … Continue reading Film Night
The ICF will host the brunch at the Scandinavian Centre on Sunday, January 20. There will be representatives on hand from many of the organizations from the Icelandic community so it will be a good opportunity to join a group or renew memberships and subscriptions. It's also a great brunch! Reservations are appreciated. You can … Continue reading Heritage Brunch
Save the date! The ICF will host the Annual Icelandic Social on Saturday, February 16, 2019 at the Scandinavian Centre, from 7:00 p.m.to midnight. Tickets are $12.00 for adults, $5.00 for 16 and under. There will be a raffle, prizes and a photo booth. Music by Sol James, presented courtesy of Mirjana Janzen of RBC … Continue reading Icelandic Social