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Midsummer's Festival

The celebration of the Summer solstice was originally a fertility festival with many customs and rituals associated with nature and with the hope for a good harvest in the coming autumn.

Lindsborg's young and old dance around the decorated Midsummer's Pole while listening to traditional folk songs. We invite you to join in! Legend says if you place seven kinds of Midsummer's blooms under your pillow you will dream of your true love! Help create your very own blomkran (flower crown) and try your skills at Kubb, a 1,000 year old Viking game. Listen to ethnic music and taste yummy Scandinavian style food and pastries. Children can participate in activities throughout the day.

Midsummer's Festival

Address : Riverside Park Lindsborg KS
Phone : 888-227-2227   (Always call and confirm events.)

Email Address : cvbdir@lindsborgcity.org

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Admission Fee : $5/12 and under are free.

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