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Ukrainian Languages Courses at St.Vladimir Institute – Toronto
This program is intended for the general public interested in learning Ukrainian as a second language. Itmay be that you are of Ukrainian ancestry and just out of practice,have Ukrainian in-laws or just interested in learning another language. A special aspect of each course is the extensive exposure to the Ukrainian language as it is spoken every day in Ukraine. Cost includes course reading materials. Call to inquire which level would be the most suitable for you.
• Beginner Ukrainian I:
Learn the Cyrillic alphabet. The focus is on speaking using simple grammatical structures through intensive class participation.
Thursdays, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. September 21, 2017 – April 26, 2018
• Beginner Ukrainian II:
Improve your reading and writing skills. Master your speech patterns using simple grammatical structures while participating in dialogues.
Tuesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. September 19, 2017 – April 24, 2018
• Intermediate Ukrainian I: Develop more fluency in everyday communication and learn more advanced word formation to handle more complex everyday situations.
Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. September 20, 2017 – April 25, 2018
• Advanced Ukrainian: Develop more fluency in everyday communication and learn more advanced word formation to handle more complex everyday situations.
Wednesdays, 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. September 20, 2017 – April 25, 2018
Fee: Just$10.00 per 2-hour session.
Earlyenrollment and payment before Sept. 1, 2017 – $280,
after September 1 – $300.
Cheques payable to St. Vladimir Institute.
A full refund will be issued if a class is cancelled.
For more info call 416. 923. 3318
or email email@example.com
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Please, come and join us for a fun and delicious ethnic festival! Ukrainian food, music, dances, and much more! We are waiting for you!
Щиросердечно запрошуємо всіх на веселий та смачний етнічний фестиваль! Українські страви, музика, танці та багато більшого! Чекаємо на Вас!
Ukrainian Festival! Come join us for a fun filled day featuring Ukrainian cuisine, varenyky, stuffed cabbage, borsch, sweets, barbecue! Eat in and take out availableUkrainian beer! Live outdoor show featuring our local youth performing ethnic dances and songs! Entrance $ 5.00 www.ukrcoc.org
The annual fall picnic at the Ukrainian National Home is back!
Come join us! Enjoy a concert that will include many great singers anddancers.
Buy from a selection ofauthentic Ukrainian food. Finish with coffee/tea and home-made desserts. Purchase souvenirs from vendors as well.
Participate in a lottery! Purchase raffle tickets and win prizes.
Entrance is $5.
Event sponsored by:
-Self Reliance Ukrainian American FCU
-East Village Meat Market
Український Народний Дім в Джерзі Ситі запрошує всіх на Осінній Пікнік, який відбудеться в неділю, 24 вересня в 1 год.
Гість свята – естрадний співак з України –
У продажі смачні українські страви, сувеніри.
За додатковою інформацією
просимо звертатися за телефонами
201-978-3114 Ігор Колінець
201-725-3173 Василь Николин
The six artists featured in “Domestic Disturbances,” curated by Victoria Fuller, will be present to discuss their work in the exhibition.
“Domestic Disturbances” isan exhibition of work relating tothe home, the human condition, and how our lives are reflected in what we call home. Issues represented in the work of Alberto Aguilar,Robert Burnier, Lily Dithrich, Victoria Fuller, Alyssa Miserendino and Alison Ruttan deal with what constitutes a home, and how homes reflect our selves, outwardly and psychologically.
This event is free and open to the public.
Mimic (9206), 2015
17 original photographs, cutout and backed by mirror
What is the reason for the current territorial disputes between Russia and Ukraine? Who has the most convincing claim to the eastern Ukraine and the Crimean Peninsula? Why? What do Nikita Khrushchev and Josef Stalin have to do with it? Could similar territorial disputes arise elsewhere within the former Soviet Union? The instructor will be Dr. Philip Pryde, professor emeritus at SDSU where he taught courses on the USSR for 32 years, has written three books about the Soviet Union, and has spent time in 13of the 15 former Soviet republics
UCU Helps Ukraine presents UNBROKEN BLOSSOMS – 2
at the Trident Banquet Hall on September 28, 7pm
The presentation will feature three of the injured soldiers that the UCU Helps Ukraine fund has assistedin the past. This September RomanPanchenko, Vadym Svyrydenko and Serhiy Kalytyuk will participate inInvictus games in Toronto as a part of Invictus Games: Team Ukraine
They will talk about their experiences and their path towards physical, mental, emotional and spiritual rehabilitation after suffering great injuries in Ukraine’s war with Putin’s Russia.
Roman Luchuk: Paintings
September 29 – October 22, 2017
Reception for the artist: Friday, September 29 from 6:00 to 8:00 PM
Art at the Institute is pleased to welcome the Fall 2017 season with an exhibition of thirty landscape paintings by Roman Luchuk. Curated by Walter Hoydysh, PhD, this is the artist’s first solo exhibition in the United States.
Each of Roman Luchuk’s canvases evokes the splendor and energy of his native Carpathian Mountains in seductive compositions that exude a lifelong love for the mysteries of the Hutsullandscape. His iconic images express instinctive emotional experiences rather than impressions of thephysical world. He does this through an extravagant use of paint and color. Expansive stillness and silence of the pastoral are interrupted by sudden outbursts of life and vitality changing from one moodto another.
These paintings represent only vaguely suggested realism to domestic and ecclesiasticalbackdrops while retaining an unmistakable link with the landscape. This is the essence of the art of Luchuk’s painting: creating through color and form a new and irresistible personal reality which reflects the innermost being of the artist running parallel with the reality outside.
Roman Luchuk was born in Kosiv, Ivano-Frankivsk Oblast, in western Ukraine. He studiedpainting at the Kosiv College of Applied and Decorative Art and interior design at the Lviv National Academy of Art. His paintings havebeen included in numerous group and solo exhibitions throughout Ukraine. Mr. Luchuk lives and works in Kosiv, where he also teaches painting at the Kosiv regional branchof the Lviv National Academy of Art.
Exhibition hours: Tuesday through Sunday, 12:00 – 6:00 PM.