PREVIEW OF EVENTS
Sunday, September 12
- DOYLESTOWN, Pa.: The Barvinok Ukrainian Dance School, under the direction
of Kristine Izak, announces its fall session beginning September 12. Classes
will be held at 6-7:15 p.m. at the Central Bucks School of Gymnastics and
Dance, Easton Road. For information and to register call (215) 362-5816.
Monday, September 13 and 20
- PHILADELPHIA: The School of the Voloshky Ukrainian Dance Ensemble will
begin classes on Monday, September 13, at 6 p.m., in the Ukrainian Educational
and Cultural Center, 700 Cedar Road, Jenkintown, Pa. Registration for new
students will begin at 6:15 p.m. on Mondays, September 13 and 20. New students
who are interested in attending classes must be a minimum of 4 years old
at time of registration. For further information contact Nina Prybolsky,
Saturday, September 18
- NEW YORK: Iryna Starovoyt, a post-graduate student at the Ivan Franko
State University in Lviv and co-director of the Advanced School Society
of Young Scholars, will speak on the topic "Holding on to Independence:
The Problem of Internal Borders on the Mental Map of Ukraine." The
lecture will be held at the Shevchenko Scientific Society, 63 Fourth Ave.,
at 5 p.m.
Friday-Sunday, September 24-26
- CHICAGO: The Ukrainian American Veterans and the Ukrainian American
Military Association will meet at the Chicago Marriott O'Hare Hotel. Retired
Maj. Gen. Nicholas Krawciw (U.S. Army, ret.) will deliver the keynote address
at the installation banquet on Saturday evening. Banquet tickets, at $45,
should be purchased from Peter Lysenko, 18 Riverwood Lane, Oswego, IL 60543;
(checks made out to UAV). The UAV convention begins on Friday at 8 a.m.
and extends into Saturday morning. The UAMA conference begins on Saturday
afternoon. Admission: $10; no charge for veterans and uniformed personnel.
Presentations on Saturday will cover past military missions to Ukraine.
At 1 p.m. on Sunday, Gen. Krawciw will meet with the community and give
a presentation in Ukrainian on military relations between Ukraine and the
United States. Col. Ihor Kotlarchuk will address Ukrainian military law,
and Col. Askold Mosijchuk will discuss the role of interpreters in future
missions. Admission: $5; no charge for veterans and personnel in uniform.
Saturday, September 25
- LEHIGHTON, Pa.: The Lehighton Post of the Veterans of the 1st Division
of the Ukrainian National Army, jointly with the Ukrainian Homestead, invite
veterans and the general public to their traditional potato bake and dance
to be held at the Homestead starting at 2 p.m., followed by dancing at
5 p.m. to the music of the Dnipriany.
Tuesday, September 28
- NEW YORK: A special encore broadcast of the 1998-1999 Young Concert
Artists Series, recorded live at the 92nd Street Y, will feature pianist
Alexander Mikhailuk in an evening radio broadcast on 96.3 FM WQXR at 9-10
p.m. The progam, which presents four artists starting September 14 through
October 5, is hosted by Ruth Laredo.
Friday-Sunday, October 8-10
- CHEEKTOWAGA, N.Y.: The Western New York-Niagara Frontier Council of
the League of Ukrainian Catholics will hold its 61st annual convention
at the Four Points Sheraton Hotel. The convention will begin Friday, October
8, with a tour of Niagara Falls at 9 a.m. and will include visits to the
Ukrainian church in Niagara Falls, Ontario, the butterfly conservatory
and Casino Niagara. A general business meeting is scheduled for 3:30 p.m.
The day will conclude with a fun evening program on the theme "Welcome
to our Island of Paradise." On Saturday, October 9, divine liturgy
will be celebrated at 8:30 a.m., with breakfast to follow at the hotel.
The afternoon will be devoted to various workshops. The convention's banquet
and ball will be held Saturday evening, with music by "One Night Stan"
of St. Catharines, Ontario. Sunday liturgy will be followed by brunch at
Friday-Sunday, October 8-10
- LOS ANGELES: The 1999 Eparchial Conference - Building Leadership II,
for the St. Nicholas Ukrainian Catholic Eparchy will be held at the Crowne
Plaza Airport Hotel at 5985 W. Century Blvd. The theme of the conference
is "Renew in Spirit, Grow in Faith and Spread the Good News."
Parishioners in Arizona, California, Colorado, Hawaii, Idaho, Illinois,
Indiana, Michigan, Minnesota, Missouri, North Dakota, Nebraska, Oregon,
Texas, Washington and Wisconsin are encouraged to help strengthen the eparchy
in this weekend of faith and fellowship. The conference cost, including
accommodations and meals, is $395 (without accommodations it is $265).
To register, or for further information, contact your parish priest or
Tanya Klymkowych-Cohee, (626) 287-4697.
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Copyright © The Ukrainian Weekly, September
12, 1999, No. 37, Vol. LXVII
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