Juhannus Midsummer 2024



Juhannus is the longest day of the year in Finland or Midsummer. The name originates with St. John the Baptist whose “name day” is the same day. It is a national holiday in Finaldn. It’s a day of rest and relaxation and an opportunity to bask in the sun all the way until midnight – that is if you are in the Arctic Circle!

A perfect Juhannus includes a trip to a cottage in the wilderness, sausages, sauna, and a bonfire. Our Juhannus Midsummer event celebration starts at 5 PM with a dinner – your choice of salmon or meatballs and continues with live music from 6-8 PM.