New Connect Winter 2023 Newsletter

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The Winter Edition of the Connect is Now Available The quarterly Connect has been published by the Icelandic National League of the United States.  You can find it here:  Newsletters. Read about a new art project in Iceland that captures the spirit of one of the most famous sagas. The project aspires to the lofty…

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Happy Thanksgiving + New Author’s Corner

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The INLUS wishes all our USA-based individual and family members, business members, donors, supporting Icelandic organizations and all the Icelandic language students a very happy Thanksgiving.  Without your ongoing and generous support, we couldn’t provide financial support for the programming and scholarships that forge the bonds between the United States and Iceland. Author’s Corner –…

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The Fall Connect Newsletter is Here!

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The Connect, the INLUS quarterly newsletter, has just published its Fall 2023 edition. This issue contains updates on summer events local Icelandic groups created, in addition to upcoming fall events. You’ll also find articles on runes, new publications, and a tenth-year celebration by one of our supporting member organizations, Icelandic Roots. This summer was also…

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The Summer Connect Newsletter is Now Available

The Icelandic National League of the United States just released its quarterly newsletter, Connect, to keep you informed about the many Icelandic-themed events happening this summer. You’ll find events celebrating Iceland’s Independence, a special gathering featuring all the Scandinavian countries, and an annual Icelandic celebration in its 124th year. The INLUS keeps you updated through…

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Upcoming INLUS Webinar – The Icelandic Horse in North America

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Join us on Tuesday, June 6 for another informative webinar. | Purebred in Iceland for more than 1,000 years, the Icelandic horse is prized for its intelligence, strength, athleticism, hardiness and adaptability. While it is still considered a “niche” breed in North America, the Icelandic horse continues to gain in popularity in the United States…

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INLUS Awards Scholarships to 2023 Snorri Participants

Five North Americans will be boarding flights to Iceland on June 10 with a little help from the Icelandic National League of the United States (INLUS). The INLUS has awarded $1000 scholarships to each U.S. participant to help defray some of the costs of the program. Three of the Snorri participants are from Minnesota, one…

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Upcoming INLUS Webinar – Iceland Travel Update – 2023

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Learn about the latest developments in the Iceland travel industry and what you need to know to visit Iceland in a post-pandemic environment.  Jóhannes Thór Skúlason, Managing Director of the Icelandic Travel Industry Association, will talk with us about the latest regulations and the tourism and travel industry’s preparations for more open travel. About the…

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Kaffi Timi is Back!

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Please join us in our virtual Kaffi Timi café on Friday, April 7 at 3:00 PM Eastern/ 2:00 PM Central/ 1:00 PM Mountain/ Noon Pacific.  Formed at the beginning of the pandemic, this is a time for us to just talk.  Everyone is welcome – you don’t need to be Icelandic!  Join us for an…

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New Connect Spring Newsletter

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The latest edition of the Connect is now available on the website.  (Newsletters Page Link HERE) The publication is filled with information on upcoming events, learning opportunities and the May Icelandic convention in Banff, Alberta. Topics explored in the Connect spring issue include: -A preview of the upcoming INLNA convention that takes place in Banff,…

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