Trollfjell Folkehøgskule has been postponed until the Summer of 2018.
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NOTE: The following information is about the 2015 one-week program. Watch for information about this year’s two-week program coming soon.
The Folkehøgskule will be limited to 18 students and there will be three areas of instruction:
- Culinary Arts – students will act as the School’s Chefs as they learn to cook and bake Norwegian style foods.
- Carpentry – the Camp Norge Board of Directors will designate a particular project in which the students will engage as a benefit for the Camp in general.
- Handverk – activities in this area will be Norwegian in nature with particular emphasis on knitting and hardanger.
Each evening after middags’ mat, staff and campers will join for a 30-minute language and cultural time. Evening activities will involve adult staff and youth, and will include Music Night, Game Night, Film Night, Cultural Night, Campfire Night, and Skit Night.
The Staff will include the Executive Director and six teachers with visiting presenters in the evenings. The students and teachers will reside in the Dormitories and the Barn, with access to the upper bathhouse and Dormitory 1 facilities. The Heritage Hall, in the meadow area, will be the site of the classes and meals.
4th of July Parade in Dutch Flats with the Folkehøgskole students.
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