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The UkrHEC presented an exhibit of pysanky (decorated Easter eggs) at the Franklin Township Public Library.
Prof. Mezentsev of the University of Toronto returned this past Sunday to provide an update on his team's archeological studies.
The Ukrainian Historical and Educational Center of NJ joins the Brooklyn Public Library and the US National Archives in contributing materials related to immigration and migration.
On Sunday, November 20th 2011 we presented a screening of the film "Famine-33".
Our director presented an overview of Ukrainian history and culture for a university class in Cultural Anthropology.
As part of our educational mission, our archivist participated last week in a symposium sponsored by the Archivists' Roundtable of New York.
On October 9th, the UkrHEC Archive division hosted an Open House in conjunction with the New York Metropolitan Area Archivists' Round Table Archives Week.
On August 17, 2011, the UkrHEC celebrated the 20th anniversary of Ukrainian Independence a week early.
On March 20, 2011, the UkrHEC presented a concert of religious and devotional songs of the Ukrainian Baroque, performed by the Collegium Musicum of the New York Bandura Ensemble.
On February 20, 2011, historian and archeologist Dr. Volodymyr Mezentsev gave a lecture about the ongoing excavations at Baturyn.