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The 3rd Annual Swedish Enchantment


The 3rd annual Swedish Enchantment

was a delightful culinary experience


Food was prepared by Celebrity Swedish Chef
 Anna Mosesson of Great Britain

Master of Ceremony was Angela Rozier, Reporter/Weekend News Anchor for WPBF Ch. 25

Doreen & Robert Alrod, Lori J. Durante and Consul Per-Olof Loof  with Asa Lena Loof at the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion Historyís 3rd annual Swedish Enchantment event.

Doreen & Robert Alrod, Lori J. Durante and Consul Per-Olof Loof  with Asa Lena Loof at the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion Historyís 3rd annual Swedish Enchantment event.  Photo by:  Janis Bucher






Delray Beach, FL (Palm Beach County) - - - In honor of Swedish culture, guests from throughout South Florida arrived dressed in colors yellow, turquoise and white on Saturday, April 4, 2009 for the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion Historyís 3rd annual Swedish Enchantment luncheon that was held at the historic 1925 Boynton Womanís Club in Boynton Beach, Florida.   


Coming directly from London, England, Great Britian especially for the Swedish Enchantment event was the renowned celebrity Swedish chef Anna Mosesson who catered a delightfully tasty smorgasbord meal for the event.  Not only did Chef Mosesson entertain guests with the tastes of food she also sang, impromptu, various Swedish songs as the Lynn Music Conservatory String Quarter provided the musical accompaniment.


Guests in attendance received autographed copies of the Chefís book entitled Swedish Food and Cooking.


The Swedish Enchantment event is an ode to Swedish culture, history, lifestyle, fashion and interior design presented by the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History.  A period of rich artistic development in Sweden began during the reign of King Gustav III from 1771-1792.  King Gustav founded the Swedish Academy in which arts forms such as drama and opera flourished.  This period during Gustavís reign was called Swedish Enlightenment or the Gustavian Enlightenment period. 


Partnering again for the Swedish Enchantment event was the Consulate of Sweden for South Florida. The Honorary Chairpersons from the Consulate are Consul Per-Olof Loof and his wife Asa Lena Loof.  Committee members, to date, are Doreen Alrod of Boca Raton; Lori J Durante of Delray Beach, Katherine Lynch; Chantal Nichtawitz of Ikea in Sunrise; and Gunilla Lundstrom-North, Vice Consul of the Consulate of Sweden.


The Master of Ceremony was Angela Rozier, News Reporter/Weekend News Anchor for WPBF Channel 25.


Some of the sponsors included Per-Olof and Asa Lena-Loof, Mad Platter, Ikea, n'Detenga níGurumo and Palm Beach County Commissioner Addie L. Greene.


Swedish Enchantment is one of the events to celebrate 10th anniversary of the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History and it will also be a fundraiser for the Museumís educational programs and the capital campaign fund drive for a permanent facility for the Museum.


A gallery dedicated to Swedish people, history, culture and design is planned for the proposed permanent facility for the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History.


The Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History has been the only museum in Palm Beach County approved to host traveling exhibits from the Smithsonian Institution.   When the Museum was located in a donated space in a shopping center in downtown Delray Beach, a number of exhibits from the Smithsonian were hosted.  That shopping center has been sold and demolished for redevelopment of that entire city block.  Therefore, the Museum had to vacate that premises. A building is very much needed by the Museum to once again bring exhibitions to this area from the Smithsonian as well as artifacts from around the world.  For the permanent building for the Museum, there are many naming opportunities available as well as other donation and sponsorship categories.


 The Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History is a non-profit museum that was established in year 1999, therefore, will be celebrating its 10th anniversary during the year 2009.  The mission of the Museum is to offer educational programs, and history and retrospective anthropology exhibits showcasing lifestyle, cultures, people, places, fashion trends, clothes, architecture, furnishings, decorative arts, interior designs, locomotives and toys, and information about popular uses of artifacts by people/events of various periods of time.  The goal of the Museum's mission is to collect and preserve objects and artifacts that relate to the Museumís mission; provide educational & cultural arts programs for children, families, the general public and the economically disadvantage; and the goal is to enhance tourist attractions and the economy of the area.


For more information, call the Museum of Lifestyle & Fashion History at 561-243-2662,
e-mail or visit the Museumís website at





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