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UCC Regina Project Fosters Greater Awareness of a Terrible Tragedy
On May 12, 2015, Deputy Premier Ken Krawetz joined Lieutenant Governor Vaughn Solomon Schofield, Regina Mayor Michael Fougere, and Ukrainian community members to officially dedicate a statue that will serve as a permanent reminder of the Holodomor – a man-made famine that devastated Ukraine during the early 1930s.
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Sister Theodosia Papirnik 13.III.1947-14.IV.2015 Sister Theodosia, SSJ passed away in Saskatoon on Tuesday, April 14, 2015 following a brief illness. A gifted speaker and writer, she was a respected leader and visionary who championed human rights. Read the Full Story
UCC Saskatchewan's 52-page report was presented at the Annual General Meeting 7 March 2015 in Yorkton. It outlines activities of the Ukrainian community throughout the province in 2014 lists projects financially supported by UCC Saskatchewan's Hromada Legacy Fund of Saskatchewan
includes list of donors and a 10-page auditor's report

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Spring issue of Visnyk now available online 24-page issue features: UCC Saskatchewan AGM, Board Elections and Community Dialogue on 125th Anniversary of Ukrainian Settlement in Canada Celebrations; UCC Saskatchewan Launches 6th Annual Provincial 50/50 Lottery; Upcoming Workshops for Translators/Interpreters, Dancers/Instructors; Projects Raising Humanitarian Aid for Ukraine; and more. Read the Full Story
It's 50/50 time! Did you know that you can make an important contribution to our Ukrainian community while, at the same time, having a chance to win some cold hard cash? Read the Full Story
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Flat View Friday, May 22, 2015
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Friday, May 01, 2015
Yorkton Kalyna Ukrainian Dance Festival (8:00 AM)

Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton Regional High School (150 Gladstone Ave N), Yorkton

April 30-May 3



Email : yorktonkalyna@gmail.com Url: http://www.yorktonkalyna.net
Sonia's School of Ukrainian Dance Year End Dance Recital (6:30 PM)

The Legends Centre (Theatre) (701 Centennial Blvd), Warman

Special Guest Performers: Pavlychenko Folklorique Ensemble

Poster/details (PDF)



Contact Info : Rose 306-652-2793, Brenda 306 934 6030, Wendy 306 384 1649
Fundraiser Supper for Medical Help for Families in Ukraine (Blaine Lake Community Members) (5:30 PM)

Blaine Lake Senior Citizens' Centre

First setting - 5:30 PM
Second setting - 7 PM

Adults $20, 10 and under $10
Advance tickets only, available at Town Office

Perogies, ham, sausage, cabbage rolls, salads, desserts, beverage

Sponsored by community members of Blaine Lake

Donations to Canada Ukraine Foundation gratefully accepted



Contact Info : For further information, contact: Pat 306-497-2617, Elaine 306-497-2663
Saturday, May 02, 2015
Yorkton Kalyna Ukrainian Dance Festival (8:00 AM)

Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton Regional High School (150 Gladstone Ave N), Yorkton

April 30-May 3



Email : yorktonkalyna@gmail.com Url: http://www.yorktonkalyna.net
Boyan Ukrainian Dance Association Year-End Concert (7:00 PM)

Lakeview Church (Highway 16 & Boychuk Dr), Saskatoon



Contact Info : 306-373-4022
Tavria Ukrainian Folk Dance Ensemble Beer Tasting Night (7:00 PM)

St. Basil’s Auditorium (1717 Toronto St), Regina

Beer! Perogies! Prizes!

$25 per Person

Poster/details (PDF)



Contact Info : For tickets call: 306-596-2281, 306-541-5599
Sunday, May 03, 2015
Yorkton Kalyna Ukrainian Dance Festival (8:00 AM)

Anne Portnuff Theatre, Yorkton Regional High School (150 Gladstone Ave N), Yorkton

April 30-May 3



Email : yorktonkalyna@gmail.com Url: http://www.yorktonkalyna.net
Rosthern Ukrainian Dolyna Dancers Recital (4:00 PM)

Rosthern High School (2004 4th St), Rosthern




Tuesday, May 05, 2015
Svoboda Ukrainian Dance Showcase (6:30 PM)

North Battleford Comprehensive High School (1791 110th St), North Battleford

Tickets are available at the door

Poster/details (Svoboda Dancers on Facebook) https://www.facebook.com/svobodadancers/photos/a.1509147499334456.1073741827.1475066976075842/1578679092381296




Thursday, May 07, 2015
11:45a UCPBA Saskatoon Luncheon (11:45 AM)

Flanagan's, Senator Hotel (243 21st St E, corner of 21st St & 3rd Ave), Saskatoon

You are invited to attend our next Ukrainian Canadian Professional & Business Association of Saskatoon luncheon. Savelia will be our guest speaker talking about all the good work of NASHI.

WHO IS NASHI? Started in 2004, NASHI is a non-profit registered charity run entirely by dedicated volunteers. We are committed to fighting human trafficking locally and globally. Human Trafficking is a crime of exploitation especially of women and children. It is the illegal trade in human beings and is happening in Saskatoon. Locally NASHI has held numerous conferences and seminars. Globally, we have built the MAPLE LEAF CENTRE in Ukraine. It is a 14,000 sq.ft. educational live-in centre giving young girls a chance for a future. Ukraine is a country of extreme upheaval and girls as young as 7 years old are being trafficked around the world into the sex trade.

WHO IS SAVELIA? Savelia enjoyed the academic challenge of university while she acquired two degrees to equip her for a career in education. However, after successfully teaching in Saskatchewan and the Northwest Territories for a few years she felt the need to further challenge herself. She decided to refurbish part of an old building on Broadway and opened Lydia’s Restaurant in 1982. While operating the restaurant a strong tug to the homeland of her parents culminated in her organizing tours to Ukraine.

In 2004, Savelia saw the issue of human trafficking first hand while on one of her tours. She was appalled and shocked! How could this modern day slavery be alive and thriving in the 21th century. How could thousands and thousands of children be taken into trafficking rings throughout the world? She like each one of us faced a dilemma – can I do anything to expose this atrocity or do I simply say this is not my concern. But, Savelia believes there are two ways to live. The first is on dry land where one can measure, and plan ahead. The second is to walk on the waters where it becomes impossible to measure and plan ahead. For her, most of her life was to live the second way and believed she could do something no matter how insignificant. After a few phone calls to friends and acquaintances, the charity NASHI was formed around her kitchen table. This is simply an example of how each of us can do something.



Contact Info : 306-683-0407
Saturday, May 09, 2015
Rushnychok Ukrainian Folk Dance Association Dance Recital (1:00 PM)

Centennial Collegiate (160 Nelson Rd), Saskatoon




Kamsack Sadok Dance Recital (2:00 PM)

Victoria School (512 West Ave), Kamsack




Kolos Ukrainian Dance Recital and Mother’s Day Tea (2:00 PM)

Martin Collegiate Auditorium (1100 McIntosh St), Regina

2-4 PM

Bring your Mothers, Babas and families to celebrate Mother’s Day with Ukrainian dance performances by the Kolos School of Dance
 
Tickets: $15 Adults
$10 Children  (12 yrs & under)
*Cake, Coffee & Tea will be served

Poster (PDF)



Contact Info : For tickets, email: suzanne.f@accesscomm.ca Email : suzanne.f@accesscomm.ca
Vesna Festival 2015 (5:00 PM)

Prairieland Park, Hall A (503 Ruth St W), Saskatoon

5 pm - 1 am



Email : vesnafestival@shaw.ca Url: http://www.vesnafestival.com
Sunday, May 10, 2015
Tavria Year End Ukrainian Dance Concert (2:00 PM)

Performing Arts Centre (1077 Angus St), Regina

Tavria Ukrainian Folk Dance Ensemble / School of Ukrainian Dance

Source http://www.tavria.org/news/81-year-end-concert.html



Url: http://www.tavria.org/
Tuesday, May 12, 2015
Official Unveiling of Holodomor Statue: UCC Regina (11:30 AM)

Legislative Grounds, Regina

The Ukrainian Canadian Congress Regina Branch invites you to the Dedication of the Holodomor Monument "Bitter Memories of Childhood" "Гіркі спогади дитинства" on the grounds of the Saskatchewan Legislative Building (Near the corner of Lakeshore Drive and Ave B)

Poster (PDF)




Vesnianka Academy of Ukrainian Dance Year End Concert (6:30 PM)

E.D. Feehan High School (411 Ave M N), Saskatoon




Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Barveenok Ukrainian Dancers Year End Concert (7:00 PM)

E.A. Rawlinson Centre for the Arts (142 12th St W), Prince Albert




Tuesday, May 19, 2015
Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual Catholic School Parent Council Meeting (7:00 PM)

Bishop Filevich Ukrainian Bilingual School (125 105th St W), Saskatoon

Everyone is welcome



Contact Info : 306-659-7230
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Yevshan Ukrainian Folk Ballet Ensemble Open House (6:30 PM)

Yevshan Studio (St. Thomas Wesley United Church, 808 20th St W, corner of Ave H S and 20th St W), Saskatoon
(Please use the back entrance)

Artistic Director: Vitali Sorokotiaguine



Contact Info : 306-374-7976 Email : ekw118@mail.usask.ca Url: http://www.yevshan.ca
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Chaban Ukrainian Dance Association Open House (6:30 PM)

Ukrainian National Federation Hall (1737 St. John St), Regina

Poster/details




Saturday, May 23, 2015
Yevshan Ukrainian Folk Ballet Ensemble Auditions (2:00 PM)

Yevshan Studio (St. Thomas Wesley United Church, 808 20th St W, corner of Ave H S and 20th St W), Saskatoon
(Please use the back entrance)

2-4 pm

Artistic Director: Vitali Sorokotiaguine



Contact Info : 306-374-7976 Email : ekw118@mail.usask.ca Url: http://www.yevshan.ca
Sunday, May 24, 2015
PFE Auditions 2015-16 Dance Season (6:30 PM)

SSD Studio (407 Cumberland Ave S), Saskatoon

Doors 6:30 Audition 7 PM

Poster/details



Contact Info : 306-653-7026 Url: http://www.pfedance.com
Thursday, May 28, 2015
North Battleford's Taste of Culture (6:00 AM)

Western Development Museum, North Battleford

Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre

Visit the Battlefords Ukrainian Canadian Cultural Council Food & Cultural Display Booth




Shevchenko Foundation Donor Appreciation and Fund Raising Evening (7:30 PM)

Cathedral of the Holy Family (123 Nelson Rd), Saskatoon

Saskatchewan Friends of the Shevchenko Foundation (Saskatoon Chapter) 18th Annual Fund Raising & Donor Appreciation Evening Thursday, May 28, 2015

Advance tickets only

Tickets $20

Please join us for an evening of entertainment, friendship and FUNdraising for the Foundation!

Advance tickets only. Seating is limited. For more information please email This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it or call 306-230-1131



Contact Info : Betty 306-230-1131 Email : shevchenkofriends@gmail.com
Friday, May 29, 2015
North Battleford's Taste of Culture (6:00 AM)

Western Development Museum, North Battleford

Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre

Visit the Battlefords Ukrainian Canadian Cultural Council Food & Cultural Display Booth




Varenyky (Perogy) Supper (5:00 PM)

Holy Trinity Ukrainian Orthodox Cathedral Auditorium (919 20th St W, corner 20th St & Ave J), Saskatoon

5-7 PM

All-you-can-eat (includes dessert & beverage)
Meat & cabbage rolls extra
While quantities last.

$12 / person
Children to age 5: free
Children ages 6 to 10: $5 / child

Eat-in or take-out

With admission, your name is entered in 2 draws for a Certificate, each worth $12 towards a future Perogy Supper (no cash value).

Bring your family and friends

Thank you for supporting our church fundraiser!



Contact Info : 306-934-1444
Saturday, May 30, 2015
North Battleford's Taste of Culture (6:00 AM)

Western Development Museum, North Battleford

Battlefords Immigration Resource Centre

Visit the Battlefords Ukrainian Canadian Cultural Council Food & Cultural Display Booth




Film Screening - Music of Survival: UCC Regina / UCFTS (4:00 PM)

Regina Public Library Theatre (Main Branch, 2311 12th Ave), Regina

Sponsored by the Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko and the UCC Regina Branch

Admission $15. Tickets may be purchased at the UCC Regina office (1209 Winnipeg St), by calling Steve at 306-584-1846 or at the door on May 30th.

Tickets also available online at www.musicofsurvival.com.

Poster (PDF)

Synopsis: The story of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus is one of courage and true grit -- a vivid chronicle that celebrates the human spirit. This is the triumphant story of the original seventeen members of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus who survived World War II as a musical ensemble.

The early Chorus and the musicians who played the instrument known as the bandura had been systematically persecuted during the repression years in the Soviet Union. Hundreds of bandura players went missing and were executed in the 1930s. The Chorus was nearly wiped out in the early days of WWII. But with a stroke of fate, 17 men re-established the ensemble in Kyiv. In short order, the Chorus was forcibly transported out of Ukraine by the German occupying authorities, and incarcerated in a labour camp in Germany. In time they were assigned to perform in all the OST (Ostarbeiter) slave labour camps across Germany. The Chorus and their music brought hope to tens of thousands of Ostarbeiters displaced from Eastern Europe, many of whom were children. Their gift of music eventually carried them across the ocean to freedom in 1949. The Chorus thrives to this day upon the foundation these artists forged for future generations.

The film brings out the deepest roots of a fragile tradition, celebrating the resiliency of a music culture that has survived centuries. It provides an educational, informative and compelling perspective -- the personal stories of the last two survivors intercut with the collective history of the bandura throughout the ages. Interwoven with contemporary musical performances, the film illustrates the bandurist as bard, as seer, as spiritual emissary for the soul of the Ukrainian people, then and now, in Ukraine and beyond.




Green Grove Camp Steak Night (5:30 PM)

Mulberry’s (124 3rd Ave N), Saskatoon

Fundraising dinner in support of Green Grove Camp

Cocktails 5:30 PM
Dinner 6:30 PM

Cash bar, silent auction

Tickets $20 each



Contact Info : Andrew 306-955-0631
Croatia Fundraiser: Yevshan Ukrainian Folk Ballet Ensemble (7:00 PM)

St. Joseph’s Parish Hall (535 8th St E, corner of Broadway and 8th St), Saskatoon

Supper 7 PM
Performance 8:30 PM (Yevshan dancers)
Dance 9 PM-1 PM

Schreyer’s Smoked BBQ Pulled Pork meal with all the fixings

Dance Music: Anatoliy (Tolia) Paliy
Tickets $20

See Facebook event listing at https://www.facebook.com/events/467124530111164/



Contact Info : 306-374-7976 Url: http://www.yevshan.ca
Sunday, May 31, 2015
Film Screening - Music of Survival: UCC Saskatoon / UCFTS (2:00 PM)

Broadway Theatre (715 Broadway Ave), Saskatoon

Sponsored by the Ukrainian Canadian Foundation of Taras Shevchenko and the UCC Saskatoon Branch

Admission $15. Tickets may be purchased via UCC Saskatoon, Slavianka Ukrainian & European Food Store (3421 8th St E), by calling Andrea at 306-974-1355, or at the door on May 31st.

Tickets also available online at www.musicofsurvival.com.

Synopsis: The story of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus is one of courage and true grit -- a vivid chronicle that celebrates the human spirit. This is the triumphant story of the original seventeen members of the Ukrainian Bandurist Chorus who survived World War II as a musical ensemble.

The early Chorus and the musicians who played the instrument known as the bandura had been systematically persecuted during the repression years in the Soviet Union. Hundreds of bandura players went missing and were executed in the 1930s. The Chorus was nearly wiped out in the early days of WWII. But with a stroke of fate, 17 men re-established the ensemble in Kyiv. In short order, the Chorus was forcibly transported out of Ukraine by the German occupying authorities, and incarcerated in a labour camp in Germany. In time they were assigned to perform in all the OST (Ostarbeiter) slave labour camps across Germany. The Chorus and their music brought hope to tens of thousands of Ostarbeiters displaced from Eastern Europe, many of whom were children. Their gift of music eventually carried them across the ocean to freedom in 1949. The Chorus thrives to this day upon the foundation these artists forged for future generations.

The film brings out the deepest roots of a fragile tradition, celebrating the resiliency of a music culture that has survived centuries. It provides an educational, informative and compelling perspective -- the personal stories of the last two survivors intercut with the collective history of the bandura throughout the ages. Interwoven with contemporary musical performances, the film illustrates the bandurist as bard, as seer, as spiritual emissary for the soul of the Ukrainian people, then and now, in Ukraine and beyond.




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