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In this workshop, young artists hear the story "Koza Dereza" (read in English) and then make a marionette puppet of a goat.
"Saving Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Online", or SUCHO, has been working since February to digitally preserve Ukrainian cultural content on the Internet. Learn about this amazing project from two SUCHO volunteers.
Join us for a lecture and conversation, followed by a reception with Ukrainian food and music, and tour the exhibition "Ukraine 1933: A Cookbook". This event is organized and presented by The United States of America and co-sponsored by the UHEC and others.
Despite the war, FamilySearch has resumed large-scale digitization of genealogy-related materials in the state archives of Ukraine. In this Nashi Predky @ Home online event, hear the latest from Greg Nelson, FamilySearch's Content Strategy specialist for East Europe.
Come join the Ukrainian History and Education Center for self-guided and expert-guided tours at St. Andrew Cemetery & Mausoleum, the Fisher Family Cemetery and St. Andrew Memorial Church in Somerset/South Bound Brook!
Commemorating the 90th anniversary of the Holodomor, the genocidal artificial famine of 1932-1933, an exhibition of illustrated "recipes" upon which the survivors subsisted.
In this workshop, young artists will learn about traditional beaded ornamentation and make their own beaded keychain.
In this workshop, young artists will learn about the Ukrainian Flag and the Tryzub, or trident, and make their own mosaic flag or Tryzub using the traditional colors seen both on the coat of arms and the flag of Ukraine—blue and yellow.