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On this page you can find links to related or unrelated sites to Saima Park and our various activities, Finland or anything else that may be of interest.  The links have been verified at the date they were posted.  If you find that they don't work, please report it to the webmaster.
 
Finnish Heritage Society Sovittaja, Rutland, MA.
The Finnish Heritage Society Sovittaja is a social, cultural and charitable organization interested in promoting scholarship and a better appreciation of Finnish Heritage.  FHSS in a non-profit organization.
Membership is open to anyone who is interested in Finnish Heritage.

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

Knights & Ladies of Kaleva, Lancaster, MA.
The Knights and Ladies of Kaleva is a Finnish fraternal organization founded by John Stone early in the 1900's, with the purpose of uniting immigrant Finns under a unified cause.  Today it's membership consist of the sons, daughters, spouses, grandchildren, and greatgrandchildren of those original founders. There are new members as well, who come from all walks of Finnish life.  Membership is open to persons of Finnish heritage and their spouses. Today our charter moves us to foster Finnish related activities that build bridges within our community as well as to sponsor fundraising activities that ensure that we support the benevolence that our founders envisioned.
 

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

Finnish American Heritage Society of CT, Canterbury, CT.

The Finnish American Heritage Society is a non-profit corporation committed to the preservation of Finnish-American heritage and culture both in New England and across the United States. Membership is open to anyone who shares this interest.

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

The Finger Lakes Finns

The Finger Lakes Finns is a social club for people of Finnish descent and people with similar interests in Finnish culture, who generally reside in the Finger Lakes Region of New York State.  Click [here] to go to their site.

 

Finnish American Heritage Society of Maine

The Finnish American Heritage Society was formed in 1982 as a non-profit organization dedicated to preserving Finnish heritage, celebrating Finnish culture and educating the community about Finnish customs.  They invite all Finns and their famillies to join them for a rich assortment of community events.  Click [here] to go to their site.

 

The Racer's Resource

Listings of New England Road Races and running events.

Click  [here] to go to their site.

 

The Raivaaja

Since 1905 - A not-for-profit Finnish American Weekly - Nearly 100 years of service.

RAIVAAJA is a not-for-profit publication owned by the Finnish American community.  It strives to keep its readership informed in Finnish and in English about happenings in Finland and in Finnish communities all over the world.

Click  [here] to go to their site.

 

American Uutiset

News in Finnish on the web and as a published bimonthly newspaper.

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

Finlandia Weekly

The Finlandia Weekly is a weekly newspaper, published - just like the name implies - on a weekly basis.

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

Finnish American Reporter

The Finnish American Reporter is a monthly, English language journal, established in 1986, featuring articles and news reports of interest to Finns across North America, in Finland and around the world.

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

 

Uljas Koitto Temperance Society, Pembroke/Quincy MA.

The Uljas Koitto ("Noble Endeavor") Temperance Society was founded in Quincy Massachusetts in 1892 to discourage the use of alcohol and illicit drugs and inform about Finnish Culture.  They have maintained their mission for over 100 years and are registered with the Commonwealth of Massachusetts as non-profit organization.

Click [here] to go to their site.

 

USA Suomeksi

News in Finnish on the web.

Click [here] to go to their site.

Suomi Seura, Finland Society. Finland Society is an organization that represents Finnish expatriates who are living permanently or temporarily abroad.
Click [here] to go to their site.

Ulkosuomalaisparlamentti, Finnish Expatriate Parliament.  The Finnish Expatriate Parliament is a co-operation forum for Finnish expatriate communities throughout the world.
Click [here] to go to their site.

The Finnish Center at Saima Park was selected by Representative John Olver to participate in the Local Legacies Project.  Click [here] to go to this site.

Weather Underground  - displays current weather in Finland.  Click [here] to go to their site.

NENSA - New England Nordic Ski Association.  Click [here] to go to their site.

Saima - well.... what's this?  I guess they were ahead of us registering the Saima domain name.  Click [here] to go to their site.

 

 

 

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This page was last updated on: 10/23/17

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