Six Ways to Become Internationally Cultured in North Dakota This Summer
It’s always great to learn about other cultures and there are plenty of opportunities to explore other cultures right here in North Dakota over the next several months.
Some of the events listed below will be taking place in Moorhead, MN but hey it’s close enough right?
You can click on the names of the events in order to get more information on them.
The Celtic festival will allow you to learn the art, history and traditions of the seven Celtic nations. Those nations are Ireland, Spain, Cornwall, the Isle of Man, Brittany, Scotland, and Wales.
This festival will feature dancing, entertainment, and food that are native to Scandinavia (which includes Denmark, Norway, and Sweden). There will also be seminars where you can learn even more about Scandinavian traditions.
There’s a lot of German culture here in Bismarck and North Dakota in general. Certainly we are no strangers to that fact. Our state’s capitol was named after a German chancellor and much of our food like kuchen and Fleischkuekle are German inspired.
German Days in Bismarck allows us to further explore German heritage.
The Ukranian Festival features ethnic meals, religious services, workshops and more and it’s a great way to learn about the country of Ukraine.
This event features food and crafts from five different countries. The countries featured are Sweden, Germany, Norway, Russia, and the Ukraine
Well if you don’t get enough of the German culture at the Downtowners Days in Bismarck, you’ll get to explore even more of the German heritage in Moorhead in September with art, performances and demonstrations.