St. Lucy’s Day is celebrated most commonly in Scandinavia with their long dark winters, where it is a major feast day.
There, Lucy is called Lucia, she is represented as a woman in a white dress and red sash with a crown or wreath of candles on her head. In both Norway and Sweden, girls dressed as Lucy carry rolls and cookies in procession as songs are sung. Even boys take part in the procession as well, playing different roles associated with Christmas. It is said that to vividly celebrate St. Lucy’s Day will help one live the long winter days with enough light.
We will served “GLÖGG” wine with some pastas.
We hope to see you all there!