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Kari in Performance

Wendy Rule and Kari Tauring
Friday July 12
Bryant Lake Bowl Theater

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Join us as we celebrate friendship and new musical works. Wendy Rule shines on Meadowlark. I shall play my new bone flutes!

6pm doors/ 7pm show
$25/$20 advance

Crow Wing Viking Festival
August 10, 2024

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Kari's performance, Songs from the World Tree, teaches about all the animals living within the cosmic tree. Her workshop about runes will reference her newest book.

Joining Kari is Mary Klockeman of KvinneKraft! Leading village longdans and lokking, a stav kjærring for sure.

Going Into Winter: Primstav for Modern Times
A Workshop with Norway House!

October 12, 10:30 am to 12:30 pm
Winter starts on October 14 on the Primstav calendar. The symbol is always a mitten. Learn about the two winter solstices and why a drinking horn always marks Christmas.

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Workshops
 

Boundary Setting Tools

A workshop at Norway House!

November 2, 10:30 - 12:30
 

Kari teaches the tools Garden Gates and Frigg's Hand to help set good boundaries and peaceable communication just before the holiday season begins.

 

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Recurring  Events

Community Stav and Song


Third Thursday of the Month 6-8 pm
sponsored by the Völva Stav Guild


Explore staff rhythm, Nordic folk songs and concepts like the World Tree in a fun and casual setting. Bring a clean staff (the size of a broom handle), a cross rhythm stick (the size of a wooden spoon) and a stav board (like a cutting board).

Dress for the weather as we are outside in the summer months!

email for location details: karitauring@gmail.com

TC Nordic Dancers
First and Third Monday Nights (September through May)
6:30 - 8:30 $5 donation for rent


Kari Tauring with Carol Sersland and other teachers!
Beginners who want to learn, advanced dancers who need a tune up, all are welcome!
Contact: sersla@aol.com

Second Sunday Dance

6-9pm Second Sunday of each month (September through May)


Kari co-hosts Nordic dance at Tapestry Folkdance Center
Swedish, Finnish, Norwegian, and Danish dances are highlighted each month.

Teachers and musicians team up for an immersion into the heart of the culture. Beginners welcome, no partner necessary.

contact Tapestry Folkdance Center for more information

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