Welcome the start of a new season at the Ukrainian Village with Celebration of Spring. Take in one of Alberta’s largest Ukrainian dance extravaganzas featuring numerous dance groups of all ages from across Alberta. Meanwhile, in the historical village, families can visit with costumed role players and celebrate spring on the farm with a full day of authentic activities.
Visitors are encouraged to bring a lawn chair for seating.
Step on the gas, drive back in time and enjoy a spectacular display of vintage vehicles at the Ukrainian Village. This family fun day includes Kalyna Voice singing competition, children’s activities, free horse-drawn wagon rides, exhibits, entertainers, historic activities, traditional Ukrainian food and a Village Market.
Finalists will perform at our annual singing competition, Kalyna Voice where singers from across Alberta will sing “vintage” songs (pre 1970). This contest showcases the provinces best young singers; co-hosted by Kalyna Country Ecomuseum. To learn how to participate, please contact Kalyna Country at (888) 452- 5962 or by email at email@example.com.
Witness history come alive as Alberta’s Ukrainian community celebrates its pioneer roots as well as all things Ukrainian in the province today. An afternoon concert featuring the best in Ukrainian dance and music takes place at this annual event co-hosted with the Ukrainian Canadian Congress – Alberta Provincial Council. Other family fun includes a visit to the historical village, children’s activities, village market and the Ukrainian Village Food Festival. Visitors are encouraged to bring a lawn chair for seating.
Experience a live concert blending traditional and contemporary Ukrainian-Canadian music at the 32nd annual Music Fest presented by the Friends of the Ukrainian Village Society.
Bring a lawn chair and spend the afternoon with Steven Chwok of CFCW’s Zabava Program and Alberta’s most popular bands and musicians.
Celebrate Alberta’s agricultural roots with a traditional harvest at the Ukrainian Village. See the Village one last time and witness an old-fashioned threshing bee complete with vintage farm equipment and grain deliveries to the historic elevator. Other historical activities include flower and herb drying, feather stripping, making kapusta (sour cabbage), grinding wheat, quilting, and canning of produce from the museum’s gardens.