PREVIEW OF EVENTS
- PARMA, Ohio: St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral's fourth annual
Christmas radio program for the sick and shut-ins will be aired on WERE-AM
1300, at 7-8 p.m. The broadcast will consist of greetings from the parish
clergy as well as traditional carols.
- PHILADELPHIA: The Roman Marynowych Ukrainian Melody Hour will present
a special Christmas program on WTGI-TV, channel 61, at 8 a.m.
January 8-April 30
- STERLING HEIGHTS, Mich.: Elementary Ukrainian 101 (Section 95031, 4
credits) will be offered at the Sterling Heights Center, Heritage Junior
High School, Dodge Park at 16 Mile, on Mondays, at 6-10 p.m. Vera Andrushkiw
will be the instructor. Registration will be held January 2-5 at Wayne
State University and WSU extension centers. For more information call the
German and Slavic Department, (313) 577-3024, or Mrs. Andrushkiw, (313)
- CARMICHAEL, Ca.: The Ukrainian Heritage Club of Northern California
invites the community to their eighth annual Malanka (Ukrainian New Year's
Eve celebration) at Our Lady of Assumption Hall, corner of Walnut and Cottage
Way. Hor d'oeuvers are at 6 p.m., a Ukrainian buffet is at 7 p.m., and
dancing begins at 8 p.m. to the music of the Ted Wiatr Orchestra. Reservations
are necessary and must be made by January 4. The cost is $20 for adults,
$10 for students, and free for children age 6 and under. For more information
call Stella Kotyluk, (916) 483-9449 or Alex Kachmar, (916) 363-8143. Checks
should be made payable to the Ukrainian Heritage Club of Northern California.
- RALEIGH, N.C.: A traditional "Sviat Vechir" will be held
at the Church Hall of the Chapel of the Cross Episcopal Church. A social
hour will begin at 5 p.m. and dinner will follow, at 6 p.m. The cost is
$7.50 for adults and $2 for children under age 12. For more information
call Paul A. Wasylkevych, (919) 839-8962.
- PARMA, Ohio: The Brotherhood of St. Vladimir's Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral
will sponsor its annual Malanka dinner-dance in the parish center immediately
following the 6 p.m. vespers in church. Tickets are $15 and may be obtained
by calling the parish rectory, (216) 886-1528.
- NEW YORK: A Slavic Festival, directed by Stanley Pelc and featuring
over 200 performers, will be held at the Avery Fisher Hall, Lincoln Center,
64th Street and Broadway, at 7:30 p.m. Tickets are $70 and $15; senior
citizens, $15; children under age 12, $10; and are available at the Avery
Fisher Hall Box Office.
- WARNERS, N.Y.: St. Luke's Ukrainian Orthodox Church, 3290 Warners Road
invites the community to their traditional Malanka Dance featuring the
music of Happy Nights. Cost is $12.50 including a hot buffet dinner; $7
for students; and $5 without buffet. For reservations and information call
(315) 672-5361; (315) 468-2804; or (315) 468-3472.
- LAKE WORTH, Fla.: The Ukrainian American Club of the Palm Beaches will
hold a Malanka at the American Polish Club Hall, 4725 Lake Worth Road.
Music will be provided by McKay, a Ukrainian band from Miami. Donation
is $18 per person. Sunday Supper begins at 2 p.m. For further information
call (407) 734-1396 or (407) 585-1325.
January 23-March 6
- DETROIT, Mich.: Wayne State University will offer a new mini-course,
"The Changing Face of Europe," (Slavic 370/German 370, 1-2 credits),
on the main campus. Classes will be held Wednesdays, at 4-5 p.m. and will
be taught by a team of faculty experts on Germany, Eastern Europe and the
Soviet Union. Registration will be held on January 2-5. For further information
call the German and Slavic Department, (313) 577-3024 or Vera Andrushkiw,
- CHICAGO: The Ukrainian Medical Association of North America., Illinois
Branch, the Ukrainian Veterinary Medical Association of America and Canada,
Chicago Branch, and the Ukrainian Engineers' Society of America, Chicago
Branch, will host the 1991 Traditional Dinner and Dance with Presentation
of Debutantes at the Grand Ballroom of the Conrad Hilton Hotel, 720 South
Michigan Ave. Cocktails are at 6 p.m. and dinner at 7 p.m. Donations are
couples, $125; single, $65; student and senior couples, $90; single, $50.
Dance only, $20. Formal attire is required and all proceeds will go to
selected charities. For reservations or information call Orest A. Hrynewych,
(708) 698-4917 (between 6:30 and 9:30 p.m. EST).
Copyright © The Ukrainian Weekly, December
30, 1990, No. 52, Vol. LVIII
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