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Sun smiles upon 20th Nisswa-stamman

As with all years, the Nisswa-stamman on Saturday, June 8, started with a parade of musicians from downtown Nisswa to the Pioneer Village by way of the Paul Bunyan Trail.1 / 4
Scandinavian dance lessons were among the traditions taught at the Nisswa-stamman Saturday, June 8.2 / 4
Wren, 6, and Allie, 10, Nicholson, of Minneapolis, made crafts under the kids' tent at the Pioneer Village.3 / 4
The son of a Nisswa police officer, Matthew Szymanski, 5, works with Arne Larson, of the Midwest Institute of Scandinavian Culture, to make wooden eating tools Saturday, June 8, at the Nisswa-stamman festival at the Pioneer Village.4 / 4

Twenty years ago the first Nisswa-stamman Scandinavian Folk Music Festival was held to celebrate Scandinavian heritage with music, history and art.

Saturday, June 8, the festival returned to the Nisswa Pioneer Village once more and was greeted with ample sunshine and a breeze.

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KLICK! Photo Gallery - Nisswa Stamman Festival

Nisswa Stamman Festival featuring Scandinavian music, art, history, and crafts.

130 photos - Klick this link to view!

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