FAHS member, Mr. Allan Seppä is a long time friend of the Finnish-American community in New England & has held exhibitions of his photography, especially from Finland, at Finn Funn and FAHS-CT.
FAHS of CT is open to anyone interested in Finland or Finn-Am heritage & culture. You don’t need to be of Finnish descent to join. Our members come from many backgrounds & are from across the world.
Epicure Brewing is our favorite craft brewery & taproom, located in Historic Norwich. You can't go wrong with the Brewer's choice, 'Stay Pretty Blonde' featuring a girl wearing Finnish dress.
A traditional acoustic group with roots in Irish, Scottish, & classical music. Click the picture to visit Wild Notes' website. Wild Notes & FAHS member, Kasha Breau is featured playing the Finnish kantele when she is not playing the harp. For more on the kantele, click the button below
Finnish heritage & Finnish-American traditions & culture are too rich & too valuable to be lost. Finlandia Foundation National (FFN) is the center of gravity for all Finn-Am activities in the United States & is dedicated to inspiring & strengthening the Finnish-American community across the U.S. for years to come.
The Finn Center at Saima Park was formed as a social group for Finnish immigrants in the Fitchburg area in 1898. Since then, Saima Park has evolved into an organization dedicated to preserving & promoting Finnish & Finnish-American heritage & culture.
These boys from Jyväskylä are a unique country band, playing bluegrass versions of well-known hard rock songs. Their originals are fantastic & their videos feature the beauty of Finland. Check'em out!
Their Finnish sourdough rye bread tastes exactly like what you would have in Finland! It is delicious and healthy, plus it is easy to order online and ships right to your home.
Our easy button for anything Scandinavian, Nordic, and especially Finland. From sinappi to sisu, Bestemors in Olde Mystick Village, has a wide variety of wares, including section a dedicated to Finland .
Meet Taisto Korte, your host of The Finnish Connection on YouTube. Through his channel, he delivers a new bilingual way of promoting Finnish connection with other Finns through satire, art, and bible stories. He also has a line of greeting cards of featuring art.