The Norwegian American creates a space for children to learn, read, and be creative at Norway House in Minneapolis during the holiday season.
Seattle’s Corinne Kalve writes about volunteering in Greece with the Norwegian humanitarian organization Dråpen i Havet (A Drop in the Ocean).
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall writes about Sweden’s Jenny Nyström, who created a quintessentially Nordic Christmas with her paintings.
Carstens Smith writes about Norwegian artist Jana Peterson, who will exhibit her art and teach several painting classes at Norway House.
Norwegian Prime Minister Jonas Gahr Støre visits Minnesota, where he meets with soldiers, students, and others connected to the Norwegian-American community.
The Scandinavian Cultural Center at Pacific Lutheran University in Tacoma, Wash., is an educational center open to the entire community.
David Nikel writes about Norwegian homeschooling, which affects about 200 students and offers flexible education with government oversight.
Marit Fosse interviews Norwegian Odd Reidar Humlegård, who has served as special representative of INTERPOL to the United Nations in New York.
Christine Foster Meloni interviews people who attended and participated in the Around the World Embassy Tour at the Royal Norwegian Embassy.
Christie Ericson writes about the Arctic Encounter Symposium, which was held in March in Anchorage, Alaska and brought leaders together.
Journalist Tamta Jijavadze interviews Helene Sand Andresen, the Norwegian ambassador to Georgia, exploring the two countries’ ties to each other.
Editor-in-chief Lori Ann Reinhall interviews Ingrid Berven, whose documentary film, The Return, brings together Georgian and Norwegian culture.