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Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Baby, It’s Cold Outside

Seinäjoki’s ‘Big Weekend’ 19-21.01.2018 – a selection of events and activities to look forward to during a frozen January I hope you had a great Christmas. Sometimes, however, after the excitement fades away, January can leave us feeling a little flat, so I thought...
Behold The Traces Of History… The Past Still Lives On

Behold The Traces Of History… The Past Still Lives On

Finland’s past on display at Seinäjoki’s varied selection of museums Childhood visits to castles gave me a fascination of history, and that has continued since I’ve lived in Finland. There may not be many castles near Seinäjoki, but there are many ways to explore...
You’re Gonna Find Me Out In The Country

You’re Gonna Find Me Out In The Country

Getting back to nature and ‘everyman’s rights’ to live off the land People often ask me ‘what’s your favourite things about living in Finland’? I always reply that, as someone who grew up in the suburbs of London, the thing I appreciate the most is being outdoors,...
I Am A Football Fan, I Am A Soccer Fan

I Am A Football Fan, I Am A Soccer Fan

Summer Spectator Sports in Seinäjoki In my previous post I took you to some of Seinäjoki’s bigger festivals but, if the party season is not for you, maybe live sport is more up your street. There are a few options for professional sport during the summer and it’s more...
Now It’s Time to Party & We Party Hard

Now It’s Time to Party & We Party Hard

For a town with a population of 61,000 people, Seinäjoki hosts a lot of parties. I’ve always marvelled at how the town closes streets for several days, to erect the main stage at Tangomarkkinat, only to do exactly the same thing a few weeks later for Vauhtiajot. This...