Date: Sun­day, December 1, 2019
Time: 10 am — 12.30 pm
Cost: Free to enter; baked goods are for sale, as are lun­cheon items.
Payment by Cash or Cheque only.

Hard Fisk Café opens at 9 a.m. Have your breakfast coffee and treat and a visit with friends before the sale starts:  Vínarterta, kleinur, pönnukökur, and rúllupylsa or hangikjöt on brown bread or flatkökur.

Craft Sale opens at 9 a.m.  featuring local handmade crafts many with a Scandinavian or Icelandic theme, Christmas crafts, gifts, wooden toys, and more.

Bake Sale: 10 a.m.—12:30 p.m.  We will have vinarterta, kleinur, pönnukökur, hangikjöt (triple-smoked) and rúllupylsa, lifrarpylsa, and Icelandic brown bread.

Changes we have made from last year:

  • We will have a ‘Theatre Line’ so that the Bake Table does not get rushed when it first opens.
  • Vinarterta – we have made over 100. Last year we had 75.
  • Rúllupylsa—we have ordered 150 from Riverton. Last year we had 100.
  • Hangikjöt, we have ordered 50— 2½ to 3½ lbs, much more than last year.

Hangikjöt and Rúllupylsa are expensive, however, consider that this is a special treat for your Christmas.

Pre-Sales will include Hangikjöt, Rúllupylsa and Lifrarpylsa only, and can be collected at the Bake Sale, opens at 9 a.m.

To order in advance, contact:  Joan Christensen,  (604) 737-6967.