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 put in keywords such as
Norwegian culture how to speak Norwegian 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)