Marquette Cloggers

Clogging is an expressive style of American folk dance. In this type of dance, double tapped shoes are worn, and the dancers produce audible rhythms by striking the heel or toe against the floor. Clogging primarily developed from Irish step dancing. There were also English, Scottish, German, Cherokee, African, and Read more…

Laughing Matters

Jay and Leslie will mesmerize you with their juggling, storytelling, mime, and wacky humor. The Kansas City based husband and wife team have tickled the funny bones of over 6000 audiences in 36 states and 7 foreign countries. Folks of all ages will delight in their deft circus skills and clever vaudeville Read more…

Lindsborg Swedish Folk Dancers

The Lindsborg Swedish Folk Dancers, established 1963, is a group of high school dancers and musicians dedicated to promoting the study and appreciation of traditional Swedish folk dance and music. Through performances at local festivals and celebrations and on tour throughout the United States and Scandinavia, they seek to preserve their community’s Swedish Read more…

Folkdanslag

In 1941, as the U.S. entering the Second World War became imminent, and the declaration was only a few months away, a group of Lindsborg adults began practicing Swedish folk dances. These folk dances were performed publicly for the first time in Lindsborg at the original Svensk Hyllningsfest. They called Read more…