Online – FamilieKlubb: Try Baking!

Folk Art School

Vesterheim Folk Art School

Online – FamilieKlubb: Try Baking!

Register by October 18! with Evelyn Galstad and Kristi Bissell

Level of Instruction
Supplies are for one adult and one child, age 8 and up.
Tuition
$20.00 Members
$20.00 Non-members

Looking for a fun way to explore Norwegian culture with your family on your own schedule? FamilieKlubb is for you! Learn some Norwegian words and phrases and a new Scandinavian handcraft each month, and do it when it works for your family's schedule! Join Kristi Bissell, creator of the food blog, True North Kitchen, as she demonstrates how to make traditional Norwegian sandbakkels – crisp, buttery, almond flavored tartlets that are delicious plain or filled with something sweet! Kristi will also share a few of her favorite filling ideas, including one with exotic cloudberry preserves. In addition, language instructor Evelyn Galstad will help you learn some Norwegian words and phrases!

Supplies: The $20-per-family price covers the cost of a special class kit designed for two participants to explore baking. Kit includes all materials needed, some images as inspiration from the Vesterheim Collection, and a treat.

Registration and Shipping Instructions: Kits are mailed out in time for you to begin your project on December 1. Only one adult should register for the intergenerational family duo. When registering for the class, please make sure to use the address you'd like the kit shipped to, and the email address you'd like communications to be sent to. You will receive links to the video sessions by email. If this class is a gift, please sign up with the recipient's mailing and email addresses or be prepared to forward all communications and/or kit supplies.

If you are registering for this class in a location outside the United States, you will need to provide your own supplies. Please contact aellingsen@vesterheim.org when you register for more information about what materials are required for this class.

Special Instructions: This series has been designed to facilitate an intergenerational experience for an adult and child duo to do together. Because of the specialized materials in each kit, we recommend this activity for children over the age of eight with adult supervision.

Note: This program has been designed for families to experience on their own schedules. There is no live Zoom event and no scheduled class time – your family can participate anytime during the month when it works for your schedule! On the first of the month, you will receive an email with the links to the teaching video.

This is a youth and family-oriented program designed for adults and children ages 8-18. We offer online adult folk art classes on our website here.

Enrollment Deadline: October 18, 2021

Support for Vesterheim's FamilieKlubb programs is provided by the American-Scandinavian Foundation.

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About the Instructors

Evelyn  Galstad

Evelyn Galstad

Evelyn Galstad, or Eddy as she is known to many, is an instructor of Norwegian language with Vesterheim. She is a recent graduate of Luther College, where she studied Vocal Performance and Nordic Studies. Last spring, Eddy worked closely with Professor Maren Johnson in an internship focused on curriculum development for Vesterheim’s after-school program, Norsk Skole. Her interest in Norwegian language and culture started young, beginning with her family ties to Norway and then deepened as she started attending Skogfjorden, the Norwegian village at Concordia Language Villages in Bemidji, Minnesota. For the past four summers, Eddy has taught Norwegian at Skogfjorden and has loved her time there. She is so excited to continue teaching at Vesterheim and cannot wait for the adventures ahead!

 

Learn a little more about Vesterheim’s Folk Art School Instructors, and meet Evelyn in this video.

Kristi  Bissell

Kristi Bissell

Kristi Bissell is the founder of True North Kitchen, a Nordic food blog designed for the American home cook. She enjoys creating recipes that celebrate her Scandinavian heritage and that approach traditional Nordic ingredients in a modern, fresh, and approachable way.

Kristi is from Minneapolis, Minnesota, and currently resides in Omaha, Nebraska. She attended the Institute for the Culinary Arts in Omaha and is a self-taught photographer. She is a frequent contributor to Nordstjernan, The Swedish Newspaper of America, and The Norwegian American.  

Learn more: Find out more about Kristi and New Nordic Cuisine in this interview.



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