A Ukrainian Summer: where to go, what to do...
Folk dance camp in Lehighton is open to children, and adults
by Paula Duda Holoviak
LEHIGHTON, Pa. - The Ukrainian American Heritage Foundation of the Lower Anthracite Regions is proud to host its 12th annual folk dance workshop and camp on Monday, July 2, through Friday, July 6, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., daily here at the Ukrainian Homestead.
The camp will conclude with a finale performance on Saturday, July 7, at 7 p.m., followed by a dance in the Homestead ballroom.
The camp is open to children and young adults, age 5 and up, with classes for beginners and advanced dancers.
This year's camp features two guest instructors: David Woznak of the Kashtan School of Ukrainian Dance in Parma, Ohio and Andrij Dobriansky of the Syzokryli Ensemble of New York City. The additional guest instructor will allow for more focused instruction for each age group with specific emphasis on advanced instruction for experienced dancers.
As in years past, the camp also features traditional crafts and music, sports, swimming, lunch and a snack. For more information or registration forms, contact Dr. Paula Duda Holoviak, (570) 708-1992; Joseph Zucofski, (570) 622-8056; or Sandra Duda, (610) 377-7750.
This camp is partially funded by a grant from the Schuylkill County Commissioners through the Schuylkill County Council for the Arts and through a grant from the Pennsylvania Council for the Arts.
Deadline for registration is Monday, June 11.
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Copyright © The Ukrainian Weekly, May 6, 2001, No. 18, Vol. LXIX
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