A light on a dreary January Saturday is the very beautiful performance of the Yevshan Ukrainian Vocal Ensemble @KofCMuseum.
The selection of music was taken from Christmas. If you weren’t here you missed something great! A good 75 people enjoyed a bit of culture. Even Bishop Paul showed up!
Join us for an open house and to celebrate St. Nicholas on December 29. See each of the flyers for information (in Ukrainian and English).
The National Symphony of Ukraine will be touring the USA. Volodymyr Sirenko is the conductor and performing at UCONN’s Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts on Friday, November 22 at 7 p.m.
The NSU was founded in 1949.
Pre-concert lecture ( included in the ticket price) by Dr Glenn Stanley at 6:15 p.m.
University of Connecticut, 2132 Hillside Road, Unit 3104, Storrs.
The program includes:
~American Rhapsody, composed by UCONN 2019 Grammy Award-winner Kenneth Fuchs
~Brahms Double Concerto with Sophie Shao, cello and I as soloists
~Tchaikovsky Symphony No. 6
Ticket prices $15.00 – $45.00
Tickets may be purchased online.
Festival at St Josaphat Ukrainian Catholic Church
Saturday, September 21, 2019, 1:00pm-10:00pm, at Polanka-Falcon Field Farmington Avenue, New Britain, CT
Ukrainian Kitchen: (pierogies, stuffed cabbage, borscht…).
Featuring assorted Ukrainian, American, Polish Beers.
Concert, Dance & Zabava by Ensemble “Cheremosh”.
Ticket donation: Advance Sale $5.00 (12 and over).
Purchased at the Gate $8.00
I-84 to Exit 37 at end of the exit turn to New Britain.
Continue straight on Farmington Avenue for about ¾ mile.
Field is on left after Pulaski School.
For more information please call: (860) 225-7340.
On Sunday, August 25, we will be having a ceremony in observance of the 28th Anniversary of Ukrainian Independence. This will take place after the 2nd Divine Liturgy beside the statue of the Blessed Virgin.
We need to keep the Ukrainian nation in our hearts and minds as we place the great nation under the protection of the Holy Pokrova.
Coffee and cake will be served in the church hall after the ceremony.
The Menunkatuck Audubon Society and members of St. Michael the Archangel Ukrainian Catholic Church (New Haven) is sponsoring a Whale Watch from Plymouth, Massachusetts.
The trip is a beautiful event and experience to see whales in their native habit. To register and to purchase tickets online @ https://menunkatuck.org/calendar/whale-watch (you can also send a check to the Menunkatuck Audubon Society)
The Whale Watch is Saturday, August 10, 2019, 1-5pm
More information: https://menunkatuck.org/calendar/whale-watch
OR, email Carl Harvey: email@example.com
Not to be missed! The Field Afar: The life story of Vincent Capodanno, a Catholic Priest who received the Medal of Honor for his valor as a chaplain to the Marine Corps during some of the most harrowing battles of the Vietnam war and whose Cause for Canonization is currently open in Rome.
Showing as part of the New Haven International Film Festival on Thursday, May 16 – 8:35 PM at Gateway Community College, 20 Church Street, New Haven.
Children received Christmas gift bags prepared and distributed by Gloria Horbaty, UNA advisor and financial secretary of Branch 414 in New Haven. The children participated in the annual St. Nicholas play on December 23, 2018, that was presented by St. Michael School of Ukrainian Studies.
Posted in The Ukrainian Weekly, March 8, 2019.