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On February 16, students of the St. Andrew School of Ukrainian Heritage Studies learned about Ukrainian immigration to the US using items from the Center's collections.
The Museum receives a generous donation of two sculptures by the noted Ukrainian-American artist.
On November 17, the Center hosted the first through third grade students at the St. Andrew School of Ukrainian Heritage Studies in a viewing of prints from the series "Ukraine 1933: A Cookbook".
On Saturday, October 27, the UkrHEC presented an exhibit of archival materials and art work related Ukrainian immigration and the Holodomor in Carnegie, PA.
We were able to fully inspect our facilities, and are pleased to report that all is fine.
On September 14–16 2012, staff from the Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center participated in the 2nd Annual Conference of Ukrainian Museums, Archives, and Libraries.
The Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center celebrated Ukrainian Independence Day 2012 with a festive concert of music and dance.
The UkrHEC 2012 genealogy workshop gets a write-up in the Metropolitan Archivist, the newsletter of the Archivist's Roundtable of Metropolitan New York (ART).
Our archival collections are moving into new digs!
As part of its ongoing educational outreach, the UkrHEC hosted a presentation yesterday by family history researcher Michael Buryk.