Talk about Norwegian folk literature

Norwegian folk literature will be the topic when a professor of Scandinavian studies speaks at the Norwegian Laft Hus in Red Deer on July 6.

Norwegian folk literature will be the topic when a professor of Scandinavian studies speaks at the Norwegian Laft Hus in Red Deer on July 6. Ingrid Urberg will talk about trolls, nisser, huldrefolk, utburd and nokk as part of her afternoon talk that runs from noon to 5 p.m. Urberg is a professor at the Augustana Campus of the University of Alberta. The Laft Hus is the sod-roofed house in Heritage Square located just east of the Red Deer Recreation Centre. The address is 4402 47th Ave. For details, call 403-347-2055 or norwegianlafthus@gmail.com.

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