Category Archives: 2017 Events

BULAVA AWARD Dinner 

Photograph by Norbert K. Iwan

The Ukrainian Canadian Congress, Manitoba Provincial Council ANNUAL BULAVA AWARD Dinner honoring Ukrainian volunteer community leaders in Manitoba

The annual Bulava Award took place ion September 24,  2017 with 180 people in attendence. THe Award is dedicated to the celebration and acknowledgement of Manitobans who have volunteered their time, energy and expertise to enhance our Ukrainian Canadian community in Manitoba ensuring it remains strong, vibrant and active for future generations.

This year’s honorees were:  Scott Armstrong, Irka Balan, Oksana Bondarchuk, Norman Golembioski, Prof. Ostap Hawaleshka, Ihor Katchanovski, Joan Lewandosky, Olha Mendela, Peter Maruschak, Darla Penner and Vera Senchuk.

 

UKRAINIAN DAY IN THE PARK 2017

Program

 

Програма Час Program
Початок 6:00 pm Grounds open
Відкриття 6:30 pm Opening ceremony
Концерт 7:00 pm Outdoor performance
Футбол 8:00 pm Soccer with IPAC Ukraine
Забава 9:00 pm Outdoor dancing

 

 

FREE ADMISSION

Family Picnic:
Children 12 & under $5
Adults $10

 

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Confirmed Performers for 2017  

TBA

 

Kildonan Park (North picnic shelter)
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Program

Program

 

Програма Час Program
Початок 6:00 pm Grounds open
Відкриття 6:30 pm Opening ceremony
Концерт 7:00 pm Outdoor performance
Футбол 8:00 pm Soccer with IPAC Ukraine
Забава 9:00 pm Outdoor dancing

 

 

FREE ADMISSION

Family Picnic:
Children 12 & under $5
Adults $10

 

         Menu

TBA

Confirmed Performers for 2017  

TBA

 

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Location
Kildonan Park (North picnic shelter)
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Previous Ukrainian Days
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Sponsors 2017

“RECOVERY ROOM” Movie Premiere

Thursday, September 14 at 7 PM

Manitoba Museum 190 Rupert Avenue, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3B 0N2

“Recovery Room” is a feature documentary (75 min) telling the story of 2014-2015 Canadian medical missions to Ukraine. Composed entirely of volunteers, plastic surgeons and health professionals from Canada arrive at the Military Hospital in Kyiv to try to make a difference in the lives of wounded Ukrainian soldiers, victims of the Russian invasion of eastern Ukraine. They perform complex reconstructive surgical procedures resulting from sniper fire and explosions.

OFFICIAL TRAILER: 

Film to be presented by the director Adriana Luhovy

Cover: $20 adults, $10 students/seniors.

 

The Annual Vyshyvanka March 2017

The Annual Vyshyvanka March will take place on Saturday 20 May beginning at 4:00 pm with a gathering and march at the Canadian Museum for Human Rights and the Forks, then then a friendly get together at Prosvita Hall with contests and entertainment. For more information, call 204-582-5939.
See you there! До зустрічі!

Bitter Harvest film showing times in Winnipeg

Bitter Harvest film showing times in Winnipeg

Cineplex Odeon McGillivray and VIP
2190 McGillivray Boulevard Winnipeg

Bitter Harvest
Drama | 1h 43m

REGULAR SHOWTIMES:
Fri, Mar 3: 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Sat, Mar 4: 1:30pm 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Sun, Mar 5: 2:00pm 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Mon, Mar 6: 7:10pm 9:55pm
Tue, Mar 7: 4:25pm 7:10pm 9:55pm
Wed, Mar 8: 7:10pm 9:55pm
Thu, Mar 9: 7:10pm 9:55pm

 

Learn about Holodomor by watching this video:

Holodomor: Stalin’s Secret Genocide

An estimated ten million Ukrainians died in the early 1930s in a genocide known as Holodomor. Find out more about the incident that inspired the film Bitter Harvest.

Posted by Bitter Harvest on Friday, November 25, 2016