Celebrations of the bicentenary throughout Greenland were a rich tapestry of culture, color, and community. A national-level gathering in the capital city of Nuuk brought together government officials and representatives of the Bahá’í community to share prayers and stories in honor of the historic occasion. Festivities in other parts of the country paid tribute to the indigenous population of Greenland. Prayers and sacred writings were read in Greenlandic, and those present enjoyed a traditional Greenlandic meal.
Over 100 people attended the bicentenary celebration in Nuuk. The programme included drum dancing, musical performances, poetry, and devotions in Greenlandic, Danish, and English.