Lutefisk Dinner

norwayflagThe St. John’s Lutefisk Dinner tradition began around 1930 and continued annually until 1942, resuming again in 1962 and continuing ever since. This congregational event involves hundreds of members and we are proud of this tradition. Proceeds go to synod mission support.

The Lutefisk Dinner is a family tradition, bridging across all ages and groups in our congregation and bringing families from throughout not only our community, but even as far away as Maine! Plan to join us for this tradition. Click here for information on past dinners.

58th Lutefisk Dinner

Thank you to all who dined with us October 24, 2019.

Mark your calendars for October 22, 2020!

2019 Lutefisk Committee

  • Renee Solberg, Dinner Chairperson
  • Marge Albright and Jeannine Allen, Lefse Co-Chairs
  • Janet Solberg, Lefse and Dinner Committees
  • Amy Weaver, Communications and Advertising

2019 in review

MANGE TAKK (many thanks) to everyone who volunteered their time during the week of this year’s Lutefisk Dinner, brought in their requested household donation, and contributed to the bake sale. It was a great day for food and fellowship and together we served 1,830 meals to guests and workers.

We also would like to thank the following businesses: Erdman’s County Market, Casey’s General Store, CHS Elevator, City of Kasson, Culligan, Home Federal, Kwik Trip, and Thrivent Financial. We appreciate their generosity and all they do to help make our annual Lutefisk Dinner a success.