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Woodland Meadow

Troll Tales on the Lawn: A Troll in Central Park (1994)

Trolls contain multitudes. They can be funny, scary, craft, smart, not so smart, and many other adjectives. This summer, come join Nordic Northwest as we explore the whole range of trolls, from scary to sweet, with our Troll Tales on the Lawn series!

Troll Tales on the Lawn: A Troll in Central Park (1994)
Troll Tales on the Lawn: A Troll in Central Park (1994)

Time & Location

Jun 14, 2024, 8:00 PM – 10:15 PM

Woodland Meadow, 8800 SW Oleson Rd, Portland, OR 97223, USA

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Cost:

Nordic Northwest Members: $10

General Admission: $15

Youth (12 and under): $5

Arts for All: $15

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Trolls contain multitudes. They can be funny, scary, craft, smart, not so smart, and many other adjectives. This summer, come join Nordic Northwest as we explore the whole range of trolls, from scary to sweet, with our Troll Tales on the Lawn series! These movies will be shown on our Woodland Meadow with special intros from troll expert Britte Rasmussen Marsh.

This is a family friendly event, all ages welcome including people without children.

Films will be outdoors, weather permitting, on our woodland meadow. You are encouraged to bring a picnic blanket or low rider chairs.

There we will be a no host bar serving select Oregon wines and beers along with non-alcoholic beverages. We encourage people to bring snacks and food to enjoy during the film.

Doors open at 8 pm

Introduction from troll expert at 8:30 pm

Movie starts at 9 pm

A Troll in Central Park:

Stanley is a kind and loving troll who can create flowers with his green thumb, but when the troll queen learns of Stanley’s power she banishes him to Central Park. There, Stanley befriends a young boy named Gus and his sister Rosie. The three of them enjoy playing together, until the troll queen learns about them and come to ruin their fun!

Runtime: 1 hour 16 min

Language: English

Trailer: https://youtu.be/4IE879XRVCw?si=OdT2ilL7QWzqhB5i

Troll expert, Britte Rasmussen Marsh will be presenting before each troll film to talk about the relevance of each film in the context of troll discord and history!

About the Speaker:

Britte Rasmussen Marsh is a writer, educator and community organizer based in Portland, Oregon.  Her current work includes several troll-based initiatives, including Trolls: A Retrospective which chronicles the history of trolls from the Viking age to our contemporary era.  Another work is WeTroll, a non-fiction book that explores the "troll diaspora" from Scandinavia to North America in order to ask "are trolls real, and have you encountered one?"  To stay tuned for further developments, you may contact her via wetrollinfo@gmail.com or check out www.skrifald.com/about/about-wetroll .

Get a discount on adult tickets by attending all four films this summer! 

Cost:

Nordic Northwest Members: $25

General Admission: $40

Youth (12 and under): $15

Arts for All: $15

REGISTER ➤

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