Vinterfest
Olivia Majeski was the big winner in the snow sculpture contest at Scandia’s Vinterfest 2015. The youngster won for her rendering of a turtle....Read More
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On Dec. 12, the sixth graders at Scandia Elementary learned about the Sami reindeer people from northern Scandinavia. Scandia Mayor Randall Simonson (pictured in traditional Sami dress), Pam Arnold, and historian Eleanor Edman (pictured left) brought artifacts and information to the students. Scandi...Read More
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The part of winter worth waiting for started Saturday, Feb. 1 — just in time for Vinterfest, Scandia’s annual celebration of ice and snow. “Vinter” is Swedish for “winter,” and the city’s Swedish heritage was evident throughout the day. The Pleasant Valley C...Read More
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Scandia’s annual winter celebration, Vinterfest, is introducing a new tradition as it kicks off Vinterfest this weekend: the Scanley Cup adult hockey tournament. The Scandia-Marine Lions Club and Roberts Family Funeral Home have joined forces to sponsor the Scanley Cup, beginning at 5 p.m. Friday,...Read More
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Scandia’s annual celebration of winter this Saturday will feature something new: two performances by the Pleasant Valley Cloggers. The community sliding and skating party will take place from 1 to 4 p.m. at the Community Center. The chili cook-off, from 2 to 3:30 p.m., includes a people’s choice...Read More
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