On August 13th, UCC-APC hosted Ukrainian Day at the Ukrainian Cultural Heritage Village with great success. There were thousands of people that visited the grounds that day and hundreds of thousands of perogies sold to an eager crowd.
The Youth Engaging Youth project was able to sponsor the performances from the Polonez Polish Dance Ensemble, the Balada Romanian Dance Ensemble and the Prince Charles fiddlers, a group based of Aboriginal and Metis children.
There were also other performances from Korinnya Choir and Shumka Ukrainian dancers. The Luchkovich award was also presented and Mayor Don Iveson gave a speech.
Hope to see you all there next year for the festivities!
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