October 36:00pm – 8:00pm
October 310:30am – 11:30am
Glöm inte att äta en kanelbulle 4 oktober, på kanelbullens dag!
Don’t forget to eat a cinnamon bun on October 4th, cinnamon bun day!
I had such a wonderful time at ASI that I became a member! Thank you for the excellent programming you bring to our Twin Cities community!— ASI Member
I had such a wonderful time at ASI that I became a member! Thank you for the excellent programming you bring to our Twin Cities community!
A trip to Minneapolis isn't complete without a visit to ASI— CNN
A trip to Minneapolis isn't complete without a visit to ASI
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The 2023 Julmarknad preview night is on December 1 and the Festival is on December 2 and 3. Tickets go on-sale to members on September 29th and non-members on October 2nd.
The sights and sounds of the Scandinavian marketplace come to ASI for 3 days during the first weekend in December at one of the region’s largest handcraft markets and festivals. Shop handmade goods from 60 regional artists. Browse exceptional items from ASI’s own Jul Shop, alongside distinctive artisan glass, clothing, wood, jewelry, ceramics, and textiles.
Perfect for all ages, Julmarknad features pop-up musical performances, family crafts, story time, festival foods, and take home handcraft projects that celebrate the season.
Festival includes museum admission, access to handcraft market, live music and more. FIKA will have a festival menu available for purchase.
The application for the 2023 Julmarknad Handcraft Market is closed. Learn about the applications for the 2024 Julmarknad when it opens summer 2024 by filling out this form.
Julmarknad celebrates the Swedish tradition of slöjd, or handcraft. ASI is committed to upholding this tradition all year round with the Nordic Handcraft series. Workshops, classes and demos taught by skilled instructors bring Nordic-inspired folk arts to life innovative and creative programs in textiles, wood, birch bark weaving, basketry, glass and more. Learn more about ASI’s Nordic Handcraft Programs.
A tradition that can be traced back to the middle ages, outdoor holiday markets are a hallmark of the Swedish holiday season, which begins with the First Advent in November and ends on St Knut’s day on January 13. Nearly every town in Sweden has its own Julmarknad, characterized by small red sheds decorated for the season and filled with handmade goods from local vendors.
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