Live in the Lower Mainland and looking for Ukrainian activities for your kids?
This Friday, September 09, is registration and the first day of classes at Holy Eucharist Ukrainian Heritage School in New Westminster.
Their Ukrainian Heritage Program combines a social community for both children and parents with a catechism program, Ukrainian school, singing, and Ukrainian dancing.
At their website you can download a registration form, schedule and calendar. Also you'll find contact details for Fr. Yuriy Vyshnevskyy and Dana Lupynis if you need to talk to someone to get more information.
This is a very active community that is great fun for families of all sizes and people of all ages.
Check it out!
It's located at 501 4th Avenue (at 6th Street) in New West.
Here's a map to get you there.
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