Let's celebrate MIDSUMMER the Finnish way!
You might have heard that celebrating Midsummer is a huge thing in the Nordic countries. That’s definitely true for Finland where this celebration is a public holiday and certainly a highlight of every Finn regardless where in the world they might be located.
Midsummer was a pagan summer festival to celebrate good harvest, fertility, and during midsummer night unmarried women made magic to see their future husband in their dreams.
Maybe something of this magic is still existing?
Also, here in Frankfurt different Finnish activity groups makes a yearly effort to organise a Finnish midsummer celebration with Finnish food, beer, music, and a small open fire.
Event will take place in Dornbusch on Saturday 25 June 16:00 onwards and a Finnish dance music group Puolikuu will perform at 18:00.
If you wish to have a miniature experience of this unique celebration and blend in with Finns, please join InterNations crowd and let’s meet at …
Thanks to our dear friend Outi who has inspired this event!!!
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