The two-day event featured a viking village, battle demonstrations, a feast and more.
“Viking Days is all about where the Danish immigration began,” said Susan Hejduk, business manager at the museum.
“Almost every Canadian can connect to that. For the majority of Canadians, somewhere in their history, there will be an immigration – somebody will have immigrated to Canada. Unless you’re an Indigenous person you’ve had an immigrant in your family.”
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