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High Park, TORONTO

Exciting news about a must attend all-ages Free Live Music Concert with performances by stellar Icelandic Canadian Lindy Vopnfjörð and Iceland's amazing Salóme Katrín at one of the hottest Icelandic culture, food and fun events ever on Saturday June 17, 2023 at High Park, Toronto, in Celebration of Iceland's National Independence Day! At our 'Taste of Iceland's Independence Day Picnic in High Park' there will be live musical performances, imported famous Vinarpylsur Icelandic Hotdogs, and Vinarterta Icelandic Cake to add to your picnic, as well as games for all ages happening on Saturday June 17, 2023 at High Park - Toronto, ON! Bring your Picnic, Chairs and Blankets for an afternoon of deliciousness and fun at 'Taste of Iceland’s Independence Day Picnic in High Park' sponsored by Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto (ICCT), Embassy of Iceland in Canada and Icelandair! The Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto and the Embassy of Iceland in Ottawa invite everyone to join us! Bring your family and friends! We are planning for 150 attendees and look forward to a magnificent gathering of ICCT Members, and people of all ages interested in Icelandic and Icelandic Canadian culture. Entry is Free or by Donation to The Snorri Programs. Please help us plan for your attendance by Pre-Registering for the event at: Here are the details: Event: Taste of Iceland’s Independence Day: Picnic in High Park Hosted by: The Icelandic Canadian Club of Toronto and The Embassy of Iceland in Ottawa. Who is it for: For people of all ages who wish to experience Icelandic Food, Music and Games for all ages, and families including Icelanders and Icelandophiles alike. Date: Saturday, June 17, 2023 Time: 1pm-4:30pm Where: High Park, 1873 Bloor Street West, Toronto, ON, M6R 2Z3, Canada. The site is close to the Parkside Drive and High Park Blvd entrance. Parking: Parking is limited to street parking on weekends. Fee: Entry to High Park is Free. Event Entry is Free and by Donation with Proceeds to The Snorri Program. Pre Event Registration Appreciated: at Food Available: Imported Icelandic Hot Dogs Með Öllu (Icelandic Style), Vínarterta Icelandic Cake, Coffee, Tea, Drinks and More. Bring Your Picnic, Chairs and Blankets. We have a beautiful spot close to the Zoo. Schedule: 1:00 PM - Event Picnic Area and Food by Arden Jackson and Team Opens 2:00 - 2:30 PM – Welcome by ICCT and Ambassador Hlynur Guðjónsson, Embassy of Iceland in Ottawa 2:30 - 3:00 PM – Performance by Lindy Vopnfjörð (Canada) 3:00 - 3:30 PM - Performance by Salóme Katrín (Iceland) 3:30 - 4:30 PM – Socialize and Games We look forward to sharing this exceptional cultural event and welcome everyone to join us in the celebration of Iceland’s Independence Day. All this and more delightful surprises await family and friends. Please let us know if you are coming or available to help! Join us as we celebrate Iceland’s best ever celebration in Canada! Gleðilega þjóðhátið! Happy National Independence Day!



Lindy's New Single

Lindy’s new single, No Place Left To Land, was written for the Margaret Atwood documentary, “A Word After A Word After A Word is Power.” It’s a fantastic doc about her life, art, and her beautiful love with her late husband.   

Please check out Lindy’s upcoming performance at @TheIronwood in Calgary, as part of Calgary Folk Festival’s winter event, BLOCK HEATER.

Thanks very much Jeff Mahoney for this story!

Stereo Embers interviews Lindy
This is a song that was inspired by the US election and the prevailing global political landscape. Darkness is the Day was written the morning after the election results came in and it echoes the feelings of many who were shocked by them. This song was released on Inauguration Day and we should all be wide awake now to what lies ahead. Produced by Aimee Bessada, Rebecca Everett and Todor Kobakov in cooperation with the Slaight Music Residency at the Canadian Film Centre in Toronto.

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