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Finnish-American Heritage Association of Ashtabula County
Rehearsing for the original play, "The Ghost and Mrs. Sibelius" are: Dorothy Altonen, "Mrs. Sibelius", Elizabeth Hietikko, author and director, and Bill Asuma, "Ghost". The premier presentation will be Saturday Sept. 19 at 3 pm at Bethany Lutheran Church. Tickets are $10.00 each, on sale now, and also at the door. Contact Elsa for more info.

WELCOME! to all visitors to the Finnish American Cultural Center on W. 8th St. in historical Ashtabula Harbor.

Events page:
Upcoming meetings and programs 2015:

  Monday, August 17 The annual FAHA Fish Fry, August 17, 5 to 7 pm, Saybrook Township Park. Tickets are $15.00 each. Reservations due by August 10 to Betty Hietikko, 440-964-9077. Good fun,music and prizes. Raffle tickets now on sale for the $100 cash prizes, and other goodies. Also door prizes will be awarded

Mark your calendars:

August 17 Fish Fry Saybrook Park 5 to 7 pm Tickets: $15.00 Reservations a must with Betty Hietikko by August 10. No sales at door.

September 12 Finn Golf Open Chapel Hills Golf Course, contact Bill Asuma

September 19 The original play, "The Ghost and Mrs. Sibelius" to be presented at Bethany Lutheran Church, 3 pm. Tickets: $10.00

FinnFest, October 9-12, Buffalo, NY. Info available at the FACC, 1330 W. 8th st. Ashtabula, O.

The museum open on Saturdays 10 am to 4 pm from Memorial Day thru Labor Day, other times by appointment. Call Linda Riddell, 440-964-2519 or Elsa Shepard, 440-998-2061.

About Us:
    The Finnish-American Heritage Association of Ashtabula County (FAHA) is an organization dedicated to maintaining and preserving Finnish heritage in our community and county. We strive to gain a broader understanding of Finnish traits, customs, and traditions, and to learn what contributions the Finns have made to life in America.
    Finally, we wish to retain and transmit this knowledge to succeeding generations.