Come and have a nice day with us, enjoy hälsingland cheesecake in the vårfina garden. Guided tours of heritage courtyard at 11, 13 and 15. Visit the Center for World Heritage Hälsingland Farms, you can learn more about Hälsingland Farms and look around the exhibition. There is also a shop with heritage products, building, local crafts and antiques and nostalgia.
100 years ago, four women in Soderhamn were tired of the misery and took the initiative for demonstrations, which eventually became nationwide. Journalist and author Ulf Wickbom talks about women and the events of the spring of 1917, which was to play a major role in the development of democracy and prosperity in Sweden.
Hollo & Martta Festival
The Hollo & Martta Festival is an annual folklore festival held in Hollolacommune and in the surrounding counties of Päijät-Häme. The festival week shall provide a wide representation of the colourful European dance culture and a generous outlook of domestic folkdance. The festival is organized byHollola Youth Association, which is one of Finland's leading folklore associations, famous exporter of Finnish folk heritage throughout the world.
Composer Jean Sibelius's (1865-1957) position of Finland's national composer is probably indisputable. Sibelius is also our most famous composer in the world, his music admirers can always be found from Stockholm to Tokyo. Organized annually for Sibelius Festival Lahti Symphony Orchestra wants to gather all these Sibelius friends together and provide them with an adventurous weekend on the music of Sibelius.
Plácido Domingo presents EU Prize for Cultural Heritage in Turku on May 15th
European Heritage Congress, the biggest annual event of cultural heritage, is arranged in Turku in St Michaels Church on May 11–15 2017, as a tribute to the centenary of Finnish independence.
Prizes in the European Heritage Award Ceremony are presented by Plácido Domingo, President of Europa Nostra, together with EU Commissioner Tibor Navracsics.
Behind the Scenes: Tom of Finland Movie exhibition allows visitors to take a glimpse behind the scenes of a film shoot and opens the door to the fascinating world of filmmaking.
Dome Karukoski’s international biopic tells the inspiring story of Touko Laaksonen, aka Tom of Finland (1920‒1991), whose art changed the world. The exhibition features film props, costumes and set designs as well as making-of still photographs and video interviews of the cast and crew.
It is suitable for all ages and accessible for visitors with restricted mobility.