In the September issue of Viking, we put Norway’s fashion foot forward, describing how clean aesthetics, quality, sustainability and innovative design are all valued when it comes to the nation’s style scene. And while the feature focused on designers specifically in Norway, there’s a Norwegian designer bringing a bit of Scandinavia to the States: Hovden Formal Farm Wear.
Another Norwegian TV series has broken into the North American market to satisfy the public’s fascination with the Viking age. Set in 790 A.D. in the settlement of Norheim, Norsemen is a spoof on ancient Viking life with a twist.
The first new Sons of Norway lodge to launch in eight years, Viking Mountain Lodge 3-690 is located near Sherman, Pennsylvania. Their meeting place is Land of the Vikings (LOV), the District 3 recreational center set on 150 acres of wooded hills and surrounded by 5,000 acres of state game land.
According to the 2018 Insurance Barometer Study (Life Happens/LIMRA), 84 percent of adults believe most people need life insurance . . . yet only 59 percent say they have it themselves. So why are so many people underinsured? It’s often due to misconceptions about life insurance.
We have two exciting announcements to share: Our new online store is up and running, and our new digital party box is available for download! Online store In honor of our upcoming 125th anniversary on January 16, 2020, we have launched an online store featuring a variety of Sons of Norway branded items including shirts, backpacks, socks and a collectible 125th [...]
Looking for some hearty and comforting recipes to make this season? In the September issue of Viking, Scandinavian chef Trine Hahnemann shares recipes from her book, “Scandinavian Comfort Food: Embracing the Art of Hygge.”