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ICELANDIC NATIONAL DAY PICNIC SAT. 18 JUNE

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ICELANDIC NATIONAL DAY PICNIC  SAT. 18 JUNE CALEDON,  ON   Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto´s annual picnic in honour of Iceland´s National Day  1 to 5 pm  at OnIce Horse Farm, 16218 Albion Trail, Caledon ON L7E 3P9, in partnership with the Ontario Icelandic Horse Association. Join us for Icelandic style hot dogs… also bring something to […]

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Iceland Symposium March 19 @ York U

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York University is proud to feature Iceland as the subject of the prestigious Annual International Studies Symposium at Glendon Campus. The team is excited to host an all-day conference on March 19th, 2016, which will explore the academic and cultural knowledge of Iceland. Join us as we celebrate the relationship between Iceland and Canada with students, academic scholars, government […]

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It’s a New Year. Time to Learn Icelandic!

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Is your new year’s resolution to learn a new language? Icelandic classes start next Monday so hurry and register now!

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Language Class: Spring Session Starts April 13 (click here)

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Enroll today for our Spring session. 8 consecutive Monday evenings from 7pm to 9pm.

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New Language Classes start January!

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Hi all, Winter classes will be from January 19 – March 23, 2015 (no class for Feb 16 nor March 9). The spring 2015 set should start mid-April. Mondays (Please arrive 5-10 minutes early) Classes for Beginner (taught by Þórdís) and Intermediate (taught by Arna) will be from 7 pm to 9 pm, with Coffee Break at 8 pm. […]

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Reintroducing our library…and 2015 Iceland Writers’ Retreat

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On January 12 we are reintroducing our library and have a special guest, Eliza Reid, talking about the Iceland Writers’ Retreat Did you know that our club has a library, including books in both English and Icelandic? It contains fiction, books about history, copies of Icelandic Canadian magazine, and much more. We are reopening and you’re […]

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