PLEASE NOTE: All orders must be picked up on the weekend of November 28 - 29, 2020
Pick-up times on both days are 11 am - 3 pm.
SWEA members will be on hand and happy to help you with your order.
Shipping is unfortunately not available.
1 Golden Gate Court, Scarborough, ON M1P 3A5
Saturday Nov. 28, 11 am - 3 pm
Sunday Nov. 29,, 11am - 3pm
Dead lines for ordering
As we approach the closing of the online store and the pick-up dates of November 28 - 29, we will wrap up the sale of certain items in order to get them shipped from Sweden. The deadlines are as follows:
All Food & Candy items will be sold until we run out of stock. You can buy these items until it says 'Sold Out' by them.
Swedish Design: September 15
Art Glass: September 30
Swedish Fabrics (found in the Swedish Design section Fabric 1 - 17): October 31
Saffron Buns, Cinnamon Buns, Finnish Rye Breads: November 15
Frozen salmon, shrimp, herring and Christmas ham: November 15
Accessories (Förtrollad and Pearls for Girls): November 15
Folk Art by SwedeDames: November 15
Swedish School's craft bags and gingerbread dough: November 15
Cook like a Swede
Swedish husmanskost denotes traditional Swedish dishes with local ingredients, the classical everyday Swedish cuisine. The word husmanskost stems from husman, meaning 'house owner', and the term was originally used for most kinds of simple countryside food outside of towns.