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Of culture days, a book launch and a trunk show

OF CULTURE DAYS, A BOOK LAUNCH, AND A TRUNK SHOW

 

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CULTURE DAYS AT OSEREDOK
Saturday, September 28, 2013

Oseredok is once again participating in Culture Days, a nationwide initiative to celebrate Canadian arts and culture and to raise awareness and participation in artistic and cultural activities.
Oseredok is offering two pysanka workshops, at no charge, to anyone interested in trying their hand at writing a pysanka.
Workshops times: 10:30 am to 12:30 pm, and
2:00 to 4:00 pm
Participation is on a first come, first served basis!

DR. MOTYL IN WINNIPEG!
BOOK LAUNCH:
Alexander J. Motyl, Sweet Snow, A novel of the Ukrainian Famine of 1933
Saturday,October 5, 2013 at 3:30pm

You may be familiar with Alexander J. Motyl as an articulate blogger on issues related to Ukraine and its government. But Dr. Motyl is not just a blogger. He is an eminent professor, writer and artist. He has a PhD in political science and taught at Columbia University, Lehigh University, Harvard, and most recently, is teaching at Rutgers University-Newark.
It’s his literary career that brings him to Oseredok. Alexander Motyl’s newest novel Sweet Snow features a German nobleman from Berlin, a Jewish communist from New York, a Polish diplomat from Lwow, and a Ukrainian nationalist from Vienna wandering Ukraine in the winter of 1933, struggling to survive amidst the horror of the Famine-Genocide while attempting to evade the Soviet secret police.
Sweet Snow is now available at Oseredok Boutique.

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BEREHYNYA Art and Adornment TRUNK SHOW
TWO DAYS ONLY!
Friday October 18 from 6 to 9 pm and
Saturday October 19 from 10 am to 4 pm
Oseredok Boutique

For the first time in Winnipeg, artist Luba Bilash of Edmonton will be bringing her original Berehynya jewellery, Kapeluxe hats, and artworks!
The Trunk Show features one-of-a-kind jewellery made of metals and semi-precious stones, furred and feathered hats, and drawings and paintings which are influenced by nature, patterns, and ancient symbolism.
Don’t miss this opportunity to meet Luba, and to purchase one of her unique creations.
Join us Friday evening for a reception, and get a 15% membership discount on all purchases*.
*Discount available to all members in good standing Friday, October 18th ONLY.

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