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Taste of Iceland Returns to Toronto


TASTE OF ICELAND – TORONTO 2017 CUISINE/MUSIC/FILM/LITERATURE Featuring: Chef Sigurður Helgason, Iceland Writers’ Retreat Co-Founder (and First Lady) Eliza Ried, and musicians Axel Flóvent and Ceasetone. The full schedule is now available on their website: And on Facebook:

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An Afternoon with Alda Sigmundsdóttir, July 9 2-4PM @ Annette Public Library


You won’t want to miss this chance to meet Alda as she discusses her newest book “The Little Book of Icelandic” and her other successful books and talks about all things Iceland. This event is free and very exciting for Iceland enthusiasts of all ages.

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Yule Lads Book on Amazon

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Maybe it’s a little early to start thinking about Christmas but it’s never too early to start thinking about Christmas gifts!

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Annual General Meeting & Icelandic Roots Presentation with Sunna Pam Furstenau

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Saturday September 26th at noon we will hold our annual general meeting at the Morningside High Park Presbyterian Church. All members are welcome! For those who join us, you will have free admission to the Icelandic ancestry presentation with Sunna Pam. We will have refreshments and coffee. 

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


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

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Reintroducing our library…and 2015 Iceland Writers’ Retreat


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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