Sign up now and support Dalarna Hembygdsförbund's activities!
The Dalarna Hembygdsverbund is an association of local local history and antiquities associations or other associations active in the association's area with similar purposes.
Membership private individuals
Welcome to share the knowledge and feeling for the homeland!
Individuals can become supportive members of DFHF by paying SEK 250 in annual fee. The amount is deposited by bank transfer: 5604-8564. Mark the payment with DFHF and the name and address of the paying person.
As a support member, you get:
- the yearbook Dalarna
- the newspaper Dagsverket 4 issue / year
- discount (20%) on the books of the local community association and the museum
- participate in the association's activities
Associations can become members of DFHF by sending a letter and its articles of association to the board. The statutes must state that the association is a non-profit non-profit association that is open to everyone. When the board has accepted the association, the association pays the annual fee. The annual fee consists of a fixed and a variable part. The fixed fee is SEK 300. In addition to the fixed fee, a variable part is paid that is a minimum of SEK 1050 or SEK 15 per member, but a maximum of SEK 7800. The variable annual fee is distributed with thirteen kronor per member to the Swedish Association of Local Authorities and two kronor to DFHF. Foundations and other associations that want to promote the union's purposes can become members in the same way as associations and then pay the fixed fee plus the lowest variable fee, currently SEK 2500. Feel free to contact the local community consultant for questions regarding membership.
The member associations have access to the Swedish Hembygdsförbund's membership benefits.
Join then you get the yearbook 2021, which will be published this autumn, as well as four issues of Dagsverket. How to become a member is on the left of the page. Membership costs SEK 250 / year.
If you wish to order the yearbook 2020, you do so via our webshop
Price: SEK 350, shipping will be added.
Times of change
We can read about the emergence of Swedish democracy, about women's struggle as well as Gustav Vasa's history in various forms of truth and legend, in this yearbook, which deals with anniversaries which give
perspectives and different ways of seeing and interpreting our history. Maybe it is the celebration of an event that gives us a historical perspective on our existence? One of this year's anniversaries is women's suffrage, or rather the equal and universal suffrage, which was also about women's equality with men. When we go really far back in history to celebrate what has happened, events can become our own special story that through centuries has been embroidered, given appropriate additions and traded to take the form of a legend. The event may not even tell you about something that really happened. This is exactly the case with Gustav Vasa's adventures in Dalarna in the 1520s. Events, real or fictional, came to life around the turn of the last century and are consolidated through
memorial stones and celebrations. In this way, the story, legend or anecdote lives on. We listen and marvel.