PREVIEW OF EVENTS
Saturday, August 9
- CHICAGO: The Chicago Business and Professional Group invites members
and friends to an "Evening in Crimea" social celebrating the
multi-ethnic heritage of one of Ukraine's most fascinating regions. Turkish
and Ukrainian food, music and entertainment will be featured. The event
will be held at the Ukrainian National Museum of Chicago, 721 N. Oakley
Blvd., 7-10 p.m. Admission: $20 (at the door). For additional information
and reservations, (847) 359-3676.
Sunday, August 24
- HORSHAM, Pa.: The Ukrainian American Sport Center Tryzub cordially
invites everyone to attend its 12th annual Ukrainian Folk Festival celebrating
Ukraine's indepen-dence. It will commence at noon at Tryzubivka, County
Line and Lower State roads. The stage show features the Voloshky Ukrainian
Dance Ensemble (Philadelphia) and the Unist Ukrainian Folk Dance Ensemble
(New York), along with bandurist-kobzar Julian Kytasty (New York), the
vocal duo Sisters Oros (Ukraine and New York), soloist Jurij Melnychuk
(Ukraine) and the Harmonia Orchestra. A solemn prayer for Ukraine led by
representatives of all Ukrainian faiths and a soulful a cappella performance
by the Ukrainian Baptist Male Choir will add further depth to the occasion.
The festivities will close with a dance to the tunes of Harmonia and a
U.S. Amateur Division Soccer Exhibition match between Tryzub's Ukrainian
Nationals and SUM Krylati (Yonkers, N.Y.), commencing at 4:30 p.m. Ukrainian
foods, standard picnic fare and refreshments will be available throughout
the day. There will also be a bazaar with folk arts, crafts, music and
video vendors, and exhibitors. For information log on to www.tryzubsportcenter.org
or call (215) 343-5412.
PREVIEW OF EVENTS GUIDELINES
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Copyright © The Ukrainian Weekly, August
3, 2003, No. 31, Vol. LXXI
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