We have lots of activities upcoming Fall 2022 – check them out under the menu – EVENTS – UPCOMING

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Our logo. The hannunvaakuna or looped square is an ancient symbol (pre-Christian) in Finland that was used for good luck or to ward off bad luck (oldest example, so far, in Finland dates back 1000 years). Also used historically to mark places of interest. Blue lines represent Calgary’s Bow River. Design by Raheel Khan.

The Calgary Finlandia Cultural Association promotes and maintains Finnish culture in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Founded in 1968, the club’s regular activities include a Finnish language study and a Little Finns programs, movie nights, and observance of traditional Finnish holidays. The club also organizes cultural evenings and supports the works of Finnish composers, artists, performers and sports teams.

 Calgary Finlandia Cultural Association edistää ja ylläpitää suomalaista kulttuuria Calgaryssa. Perustettu vuonna 1968, seuran säännölliseen toimintaan kuuluvat suomen kielen opiskelu, Pikku Finskit lasten kerho, elokuva-illat ja perinteisten suomalaisten juhlapyhien viettäminen. Klubi järjestää myös kulttuuritapahtumia ja tukee suomalaisia esiintyjiä, säveltäjiä, taiteilijoita ja urheilijoita.


Calgary European Film Festival – ‘How to Kill a Cloud’ – Nov. 5-13/22

16.00 Normal 0 false false false EN-US X-NONE X-NONE Come show your support for the movie ‘How To Kill a Cloud’ at the Calgary European Film Festival. Available for viewing from November 5-13, 2022. Directed by Tuija Halttunen, it follows the conflicting ethical dilemma of scientist Hannele Korhonen as she navigates the agendas of research… Continue Reading →

Sign-up for Baking Classes!

Register to join an upcoming Finnish Baking Class! Back again for 2022 are the baking classes- register soon as they are limited to 20 spots per session! We will be making Pullapitko (Finnish coffee bread) and Lankatonttu (Christmas elf crafts) on October 23, Piparkakku (Finnish gingerbread) on October 30, Karjalanpiirakka (Karelian Rice Pies) and Kaaretortut… Continue Reading →