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Gustavus Adolphus College / www.gustavus.edu/go/sweden
Scandinavian Studies at Gustavus Adolphus College, St. Peter, MN (507) 933 8000. Offering an interdisciplinary program in Scandinavian Studies, with a major, minor, and opportunities to study in Scandinavia, including a unique, new program in Sweden 2009.

Pia Sjölin Design / www.Pia-us.com
Canton, CT (860) 693 4454. Pia Sjölin is a Swedish-born glass artisan and textile designer based in Connecticut. Her work is represented in prestigious museums as well as in private collections.

Nordic Heritage Museum / www.nordicmuseum.org
Nordic Heritage Museum, Seattle, WA, (206) 789 5707
An active contemporary cultural center. Celebrating the Nordic immgrant experience in permanent exhibits as well as temporary exhibits of nordic art.

Wooden Spoon / www.woodenspoonplano.com
Plano, TX, (800) 2-nordic
Your Scandinavian Connection. Scandinavian shop and cultural center. Classes in the arts and languages. Online store.

SEWphisticated / www.sewphisticated.com
SEWphisticated, Bethesda, MD, (301) 661 3033
Hand made Swedish National costumes. Textiles and imported clothing of highest quality. Dolls in National Nordic costumes.Uniqely handicrafted Raindeerleather and Pewter Jewelry.

Holsen Hus / www.holsenhus.com
Holsen Hus, Sioux Falls, SD, (605) 331 4700
South Dakota’s premiere Scandinavian Gift Shop featuring great, interesting and special imports for kids, weddings, your house and your friends.