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The last date listed for 2010 Norway Day Festival was Sunday May 2, 2010 / 10:00am - 5:00pm.
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Before embarking on your next globe-trot, make a stop at this year's Travel & Adventure Show and see PBS star Rick Steves (Rick Steves' Europe), Travel Channel host Samantha Brown and author Patricia Schultz (1000 Places to See Before You Die). With advice on top local, national and international destinations, show-only specials and giveaways, hands-on adventure activities (like zip lining and rock climbing), exotic culinary demonstrations, and live cultural performances, attending this event definitely feels like its own little getaway. Learn More
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The Norway Day Festival, celebrated every year in San Francisco, is the largest and most prestigious festival of its kind in the United States with more than 5,000 visitors! Take a trip to Norway without ever leaving the Bay Area!
This year, enjoy two areas with live entertainment — the main stage and the festival pub. Norwegian entertainers are coming from Europe to perform, including the group that just won the Norwegian Grammy! Grab yourself some authentic Norwegian food, and stroll through 50+ vendors selling imported products, art, clothing, jewelry, fresh food, and gifts. There are multiple exhibits to learn about modern Norway, including art and innovation, plus live cooking demos! Don't miss the live Norwegian Elkhound agility demos, the health and fitness exhibit, and have fun climbing the three-story tall climbing wall!
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The Norway Day Festival, celebrated every year in San Francisco, is the largest and most prestigious festival of its kind in the United States. Take a trip to Norway without ever leaving the Bay Area!
With over 50,000 Norwegians and descendants living in the Bay Area, the festival is a way to celebrate their heritage and to take pride in Norway's part of the Bay Area's cultural diversity.