The Waldemar Ager Association
Velkommen! Formed in 1993, the Waldemar Ager Association is dedicated to promoting, preserving, and maintaining the home, heritage, and literary works of Waldemar Ager; creating opportunities for the study of Nordic culture, and promoting the study and appreciation of immigrant cultures.
Celebrate Norwegian Constitution Day virtually this year. Pick up your TO GO dinner(s) between 4:00 and 5:00 p.m. at the Holiday Inn South, 4751 Owen Ayres Ct, Eau Claire, WI. The meal includes Swedish meatballs, baked cod, boiled red potatoes, vegetable medley, coleslaw, lefse, and traditional Scandinavian cookies. Tickets cost $20 each and include a presentation on Norwegian music by Professor Emeritus Ivar Lunde.
In order to protect our community the Ager House is closed to the public until further notice. Thank you for your support and patience as we eagerly await reopening in the future.
The Ager house is open regularly for visitors. Best of all, it is free to explore with docents available to guide you through the house and answer your questions.
514 West Madison Street, Eau Claire, Wisconsin 54703, United States
The Ager house is open the second and fourth Saturdays every month from 10:00am to 2:00pm.