There's a lot of information available on the Internet regarding Norwegian culture.
A good place to start is Google where you can do a search on keywords such as Norway, culture,traditions and so on.
YouTube also has a lot of information available. Open YouTube and go to searesearchrch and put in keywords such as
Norwegian culture how to spea kNorwegian and so on.
The possibilities are endless.
Have fun searching!
Following is a list of important links
www.sonsofnorway.com -- International headquarters in Minneapolis
www.sfl.org -- Ski for Light -- for blind, visual and mobility impaired skiiers
www.hostfest.com -- America's largest Scandinavian festival (Minot, ND)www.americanswedishinst.org -- Swedish cultural center / museum
www.norwill.com -- Scandinavian gourmet foods
www.nordic-home -- Retail store for fine rugs & furnishings
www.brekketours.com -- Travel agency (Grand Forks, ND)
www.mindekirken.org -- Norwegian Memorial Lutheran Church (Minneapolis)
www.vesterheim.org -- Norwegian American museum (Decorah, IA)
www.norway.org -- Norwegian embassy in USA
www.freedict.com/onldict/nor.html -- Online Norwegian translation services
www.visitnorway.com -- Travel guide to Norway
www.nordicfest.com -- Cultural gathering (Decorah, IA)
www.norskhusflid.com -- Scandinavian imports (Barronette, WI)
www.scandinavianmarket.com -- Scandinavian retail store (Hastings, MN)
www.ingebretsens.com -- Scandinavian foods & imported gifts (Minneapolis)
www.norwayfestivals.com -- Festival events in Norway
www.concordialanguagevillages.org -- Foreign language camps and programs for children & adults
www.norwayartonline.com -- Art of Norway
www.hjemkomst/center.com -- Interpretive center (Moorhead, MN)
www.runestonemuseum.org -- The Kensington runestone and other exhibits (Alexandria, MN)
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