Sons of Norway holding movie nightToday is movie night with the Jamestown Sons of Norway Lodge at the club’s new meeting time and location — 7 p.m. at Ave Maria Village.
Today is movie night with the Jamestown Sons of Norway Lodge at the club’s new meeting time and location — 7 p.m. at Ave Maria Village.
The public is welcome to join lodge members for popcorn, movie-style candy and pop as the movie, “The Falun-Roros Expedition: A Historic Journey with Horse and Sled,” is shown on the big screen. The event is free and hosted by Karen and Chuck Freeman and Deb and John Gletne.
“The Falun-Roros Expedition” tells the story of a hearty group of Swedes who re-enacted 1,000 years of historic travels of horse-drawn sled teams from their homeland to a Norwegian town to transport trade goods and return with vital food. The critically acclaimed movie features striking cinematography of the ancient trail and beauty of the Scandinavian countryside, camaraderie, laughter and authentic regional Swedish folk music.
The film’s narration is in English.
The Sons of Norway meets at 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday of each month at Ave Maria Village, 501 19th St. NE, Jamestown. A brief business meeting precedes the movie. Visitors are welcome. For more information about Tuesday’s meeting or the Sons of Norway, contact Karen Freeman at 659-3678.