Schedule of Events
Nordicfest 2016
              Welcome to the 32nd  
        Annual Nordicfest Heritage Festival
                   September 9&10, 2016
               Schedule of Events
Friday, September 9
10am-6pm – Information Booth Open Outside & Inside the Memorial
Center
10am-6pm – Juried Craft Show at the Memorial Center
11am-6pm – Food Booths Open at the Food Court/Memorial Center
Noon-Bunad Parade Starts at Libby Care Center and Proceeds up
Mineral Ave. to the Memorial Center
10am- 6pm-Quilt Show at Asa Wood Center
12;15pm- Welcome at Memorial Center
1-6pm – Free Outdoor Entertainment
4pm- Runnerfell Race for Children –Libby Elementary School
4pm-Make and Eat Krumkake-ALL AGES-Memorial Center
4:30-Reindeer Run(Ages 4-12)-Memorial Center
5pm-Scandinavian Smorgesbord at Libby Elk’s Lodge
7pm- Kootenai Karacters Melodrama at the Maki Theater –“Cornfield
of Dreams” Tickets $9
Saturday, September 10
9:45am-10:15-Isfiske (Ice Fishing) Ages 4-12-Nordicfest Grounds
10:15-10:45 am-Ski Poteter(Skiing Potatoes) Ages 4-12-Nordicfest
Grounds
10am-Parade Contestant Line-Up
10am-6pm – Juried Craft Show at the Memorial Center-Information
Booth Open inside the Center
11am-6pm – Food Booths Open at the Food Court at the Memorial
Center
11am – Nordicfest Parade-Downtown Libby
10am-6pm-Quilt Show at Asa Wood Center
Noon – Opening Ceremonies, Anthems & Introductions at the Memorial
Center/Parade Winners Announced
Noon – 6PM Information Booth Open both Inside and Outside the
Memorial Center
Noon-6pm – Free Outdoor Entertainment at the Memorial Center
1pm-Coloring Contest in the Memorial Center-Sponsored by Sons of
Norway-Prizes Awarded in 3 Age Groups-Limited to 10 Entrants
2:00-2:30-Make and Eat Krumkake-ALL AGES-Memorial Center
230-3:00-Sommer Snomann-(Ages 4-12)
Team Competition-Memorial Center
3:00-3:30-Ute Av Kontrolli-(Out of Control Snowball Fight) Ages 4-
12-Team Competition-Memorial Center
3:30-Drawing for Educational Give-Aways
4:00-Food Scavenger Hunt-(Ages 13-19)Memorial Center-Limited to
12 Entrants
5pm-7:30pm –Swedish Meatball Dinner at the Elk’s Lodge-Adults $10,
Children $6
7pm –Kootenai Karacters Melodrama  – Maki Theater –“Cornfield of
Dreams”- Tickets $9
8:00PM-Montana’s Own “Singing Sons of Beaches”-VFW Hall-$5.00
Entry Fee
Sunday, September 11
8am-1pm- Swedish Pancake Breakfast – St Joseph Catholic Church
Center-Adults $6, Children $3

     Children and Youth Events-Information Call Freda-293-3386