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Wild salmon dinner and Norwegian folk dancing at Leif Erikson Hall

Posted by Meghan Walker on July 17th, 2017

The Leif Erikson Hall (2245 NW 57th) will soon host a wild salmon dinner with Norwegian folk dancing performances on Wednesday, August 16.

From the organizers:

Join us Leif Erikson Lodge for an amazing salmon dinner, followed by elegant Norwegian dances performed by Roo Lester and Jerry Walsh, accompanied by the dramatic music of fiddler Peter Michaelsen. The young and lively Poulsbo Leikarringen brings you the joy of children sharing their heritage. Jeff and Jane Anderson love to play fun traditional music on fiddle and torader. It’s the debut night for The Toraders, a group of people playing a two row type of accordion.

Dinner starts at 6 pm, with the performance and public dance instruction to follow at 7:30 pm. Tickets can be purchased online, and are $20 for adults and kids over 13, $10 for kids ages 6-12, and free admission for kids 5 and under.

Photo courtesy Norsk Folkdance Stemne

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